Volume 33, Number 19, May 12, 2006


For Economists, Legislators, and Labor: Emergency Legislation, Now!

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The purpose of the following communication is to prompt the immediate crafting of urgently needed emergency Federal legislation: Legislation to prevent the threatened immediate collapse of the U.S. national automobile industry from becoming the beginning of a virtually irreversible chain-reaction of destruction of approximately the entirety of the present physical economy of the U.S.A.”

Use It or Lose It: Auto Capacity 50% Unused and Going, Going, Gone  

The large assemblage of the auto industry whose near-term closing or sell-off has already been announced, comprises 73 million square feet of industrial capacity.

LaRouche Briefs Youth Movement on Strategic Context of Auto Campaign

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LPAC Releases DVD: Auto and Economic Recovery

President Kennedy Knew What Value Was: A History of the Adrian Delphi Plant  

by Bill Roberts


Bush ‘Roasted’ in Tradition of Rabelais, Boccaccio

by Nancy Spannaus

Documentation: The full text of Steven Colbert’s rip-roaring remarks to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on April 29.

LaRouche Youth to California Dems: Don’t Go Down With Rohatyn!  

by Harley Schlanger and Aaron Halevy

The LYM was “everywhere” at the state Democratic Party convention in Sacramento.

LYM Cadre School: Making a Renaissance

by Anna Shavin and Ali Sharaf

LYM Brings Beauty to Baltimore ‘Death Zone’

by Ted Smith

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Iran: Regime Change Option As Bad As Military Strike

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Not only will an “Iran Contra” operation not work for regime change, but escalating such insurgent operations will only exacerbate a catastrophic crisis in Iraq.

Iran Contras

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Darfur Crisis Aims To End NileWater Agreement with Egypt

by Lawrence K. Freeman

Israel’s Government: What Chance for Peace?

by Dean Andromidas

France: A Hard Head Makes a Soft Behind

by Samuel Dixon

After the Victory, Let Us Create the Future

by Jacques Cheminade

A leaflet by the candidate of the Solidarity and Progress party for the 2007 French Presidential elections.

LaRouche Youth Take On ‘Rohatyn’ of Berlin

An interview with Daniel Buchmann.


Ibero-America Marches Against Globalization: Bolivia Nationalizes Its Hydrocarbons Industry  

by Gretchen Small

The action by the Bolivian President, backed by the “Presidents’ Club” of South American nations, has much different causes than the U.S. media’s gossip about Fidel Castro’s alleged role.

LaRouche Warns Nissan’s Wage Killer: ‘Mississippi Is Not Manchukuo’  

by Bonnie James

LYM Internet Forum: Restore Real Social Security for Ibero-America!

by Cynthia R. Rush

The LaRouche Youth Movement in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and the United States organized a forum, “Toward the Revival of Ibero-America’s Social Security System”

Documentation: From the presentations by trade-union and other institutional representatives who are experts on the crisis in Social Security in Ibero-America.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche Renews Her Call for a New Bretton Woods

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Ethanol Takes More Energy Than It Gives  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Book Reviews

The Philippines’ Fight for Nuclear Energy

by Michael Billington

Trailblazing: The Quest for Energy Self-Reliance, by Geronimo Z. Velasco.


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel

Berlin Needs a Debt Moratorium.


Daniel Buchmann

Buchmann, 24, is campaigning for mayor of Berlin, heading a slate of 20 candidates of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity (BüSo), the LaRouche party in Germany, in the Sept. 17 elections.


The War Must Be Won in the United States