by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In American history, Lyndon LaRouche explains, the Society of the Cincinnati best illustrates the importance of private individuals securing the survival of our republic, given that the dying out of the generation of relevant patriots from among the veterans of the 1939-1945 war has left the U.S.A. with governing strata which are far more poorly equipped, culturally and intellectually, to cope with the breakdown-crisis of the world’s present monetary-financial system, and to launch a new world monetary-credit system. LaRouche writes that history cannot be made only by carrying out existing official policies. The future of any nation depends upon the creation and adoption of fundamental scientific and other necessarily revolutionary discoveries.
by Anton Chaitkin
The author’s study of The Patriot, a New York newspaper published in‘23-24, opened a window into the minds and actions of its sponsors and writers, an extended circle of many of the leading strategists guiding America in military, political, economic, and literary fields. The work of this patriotic grouping and their collaborators, is at the heart of the story of America as an anti-oligarchic project, and of the modern world made possible by the ideas of Gottfried Leibniz, Benjamin Franklin, and their intellectual heirs.
by Judy Hodgkiss
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Despite intense diplomacy working to avert a war with Iran, the propaganda push by Cheney and the President aimed at provoking Tehran into providing a pretext for war, represents a very real danger. From Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) to Russian President Putin, policymakers are warning of the threat.
by Ramtanu Maitra
A rapid about-face by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh can only be explained by the intense domestic opposition to an agreement which would undermine India’s nuclear research program, including its potential for thorium reactors. But even larger policy issues are posed.
by Claudio Celani
by Harley Schlanger
In the ten months since the last national eleciton, the new Democratic majority has squandered the opportunity to do something about the war in Southwest Asia, and about the attacks on the General Welfare. Lyndon LaRouche places the blame squarely on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
by Frank Mathis and Jennifer Getachew
New England is being hit hard by housing foreclosures, and the LaRouche Youth Movement is organizing constituency leaders and other citizens to get LaRouche’s Homeowners and Bank Protection Act passed.
by Nancy Spannaus
by Paul Gallagher
The stunning report of outflow from U.S. Securities, reveals the financial crash that is underway. Making the situation even worse, the Fed is responding by printing money at hyper-inflationary rates.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Marsha Freeman
by Masao Hori
Masao Hori prepared this paper for the Schiller Institute’s Sept. 15-16 conference on “The Eurasian Land- Bridge Becomes Reality,” held in Kiedrich, Germany.
by Edward Spannaus
Takeover, The Return of the Imperial Presidency and the Subversion of American Democracy, by Charlie Savage; The Terror Presidency, Law and Judgment Inside the Bush Administration, by Jack Goldsmith; Unchecked and Unbalanced, Presidential Power in a Time of Terror, by Frederick A.O. Schwarz, Jr. and Aziz Z. Huq.
by Bonnie James
“The Age of Rembrandt,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.