Volume 33, Number 33, August 18, 2006


History As Drama: The Transit of a ‘Cold War’ Liberal  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche comments on a review of Richard Hofstadter: An Intellectual Biography, by David S. Brown. “It was the ‘consensus’ Liberalism of Hofstadter’s generation,” LaRouche writes, “which allowed our nation to be lured into that echo of the Peloponnesian War which was the U.S. War in Indo-China. It was the so-called ‘Cold War Liberalism’ which infected the relatively advantaged spawn of the ‘White Collar’ and ‘Organization Man’ generation, and which has, thus, given the world the asymmetric-warfare nightmare now spreading from the former nightmare of the Indo-China war, into, and beyond the cockpits of Southwest Asia today.”

Strategic Studies

In These New York Times: President George W. Nero

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The U.S.A.’s now proverbial President George W. Nero has not actually even earned the dignity of bearing the blame for the catastrophe which his actions have already unleashed upon Trans-Atlantic society as a whole.”

In Your Guts, You Know He’s Nuts  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

LaRouche Offers Qualified Endorsement of UN Res. 1701  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Russian General: LaRouche Is Right; Financial Oligarchy Is Behind This War  

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: Excerpts from an article by Gen. Col. L.G. Ivashov, president of the Academy of Geopolitical Studies.

Lyndon LaRouche on Rense Show: ‘We’re in Asymmetric Warfare, So Only Political Solutions Can Succeed’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Bush on the Ceiling, But Off the Wall

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Book review of Bush on the Couch—Inside the Mind of the President, by Justin Frank. M.D.


Why Industrial Management Has Failed: Auto and Air Industry in the Pit

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche provides conceptual guidance to a team of young adults working on the generation of computer animations to illustrate the actual universal physical principles of economics—not incompetent “benchmarking.”

Engineering Services Offshore: Globalist Pipe Dream: Everything Offshore

by Marcia Merry Baker

Report from Ground Zero: Smoke Rising from Loudoun Housing Bubble

by L. Wolfe

Capital Investments Plunging in Germany

by Lothar Komp

Wal-Mart Has To Be Exposed—Always

by Rainer Apel

Book Reviews

Bush on the Ceiling, But Off the Wall  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Bush on the Couch—Inside the Mind of the President, by Justin A. Frank, M.D.


Gov. Peter Otunuya Odili, M.D.

Dr. Odili is governor of Rivers State, Nigeria, in the Niger Delta region. The second-largest oil-producing state, it is the heart of the nation’s hydrocarbon deposits, and is known as the “treasure base” of the nation.


With the Lieberman Defeat, Rohatyn’s DLC is Doomed  

by Nancy Spannaus

Bush-lover Joe Lieberman’s defeat in the Connecticut Democratic primary has thrown a monkey-wrench into the efforts of the Democratic Leadership Council to stage a comeback before the November Congressional elections.

LYM Takes Anti-Fascist Battle to Rohatyn’s Home Turf in NYC  

by Matthew Ogden

Rumsfeld, General Abizaid Admit: We Face ‘Asymmetric and Irregular Warfare’

by William F. Wertz, Jr.

From a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee on Aug. 3.

Hagel: We Need a Regional Security Conference  


The Henry Jackson Society: Would-Be Fascist World Rule  

by Scott Thompson and Michele Steinberg

The Henry Jackson Society, newly launched in the United Kingdom, can be viewed as the relocated form of the Project for a New American Century, which went out of business in July. A roster of Round Table British imperial oligarchs joins with American neo-cons, in what might be better called the Project for an Anglo-American Century.


Juárez’s Challenge: ‘The People That Wishes To Be Free, Shall Be So’  

by Gretchen Small

Mexican Presidential contender Andrés Manuel López Obrador is receiving the support of the LaRouche Youth Movement, as well as American civil rights heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson.

Honor Legacy of Juárez

by Amelia Boynton Robinson

EIR Team in Nigeria: Infrastructure Takes Root in Niger Delta

by Lawrence K. Freeman

Nigeria Needs All Types of Industry

by Summer Shields

Large Infrastructure Key to Nigeria’s Future

An interview with Gov. Peter Otunuya Odili.

French State Wants To Silence Presidential Candidate Cheminade  

Israeli Peace Groups: Stop This Accursed War


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel

Wal-Mart Has To Be Exposed—Always.


The Crash of 2006  


Last week’s EIR misdated the source for “The LaRouche Doctrine” for peace Southwst Asia, in a footnote on page 11. It actually appeared in EIR of April 30, 2004. The document is also available at www.larouchepub.com.