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The Concluding Document of a Series:
Now Comes Economic Time
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Foreword: What Is Timely Performance?

The following pages are devoted to a summary of the most significant development in the scientific basis for the knowledge and practice of economy since the 1907-1909 period of the closely related work of Albert Einstein and Hermann Minkowski on what was then named ``Special Relativity'': the crucial importance of the relativity of time itself. That is the notion of relativity which underlies any actually scientifically competent effort to understand those crucial issues of economic policy which have befuddled the leaders of nations globally since the close of July 2007, the policy-issues which menace the present U.S. Obama government at this present instant....

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The Anatomy of Russian Capitalism, by Stanislav M. Menshikov
March 23, 2007
—EIR News Service announced the publication of
The Anatomy of Russian Capitalism,
by Professor Stanislav M. Menshikov.

Translated from the Russian by Rachel Douglas, the book is an authoritative study of the Russian economy during the first 15 years after the break-up of the Soviet Union. The Preface, by EIR founder and contributing editor Lyndon LaRouche, titled, "Russia's Next Step," poses the need for U.S. policy-makers to study and grasp the "disease" presented in this book, since it represents "an economic global pandemic which we must all join to defeat."

This Week's Cover Story

  • The Concluding Document of a Series:
    Now Comes Economic Time

    Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. concludes his trilogy on physical time, which began two weeks ago, with 'Nations as Dynamical,' followed last week by 'The Meaning of Physical Time.' In this concluding section, LaRouche explains the crisis, its causes, and its remedy, adding the caution: 'When the horrid consequences of failure to heed my warning here, are considered, my forecast may be seen by some thoughtful readers, as, in both theory and practice, the most important piece of writing on economic policy as such which has been written in world history so far. As you shall see here, that is no exaggeration, even in the slightest degree.'


  • LaRouche's Feb. 11 Webcast:
    'On the Next Step'

    Lyndon LaRouche reminded his international webcast audience that he had warned, more than a year and a half ago, in July 2007, that we were confronting a collapse of the world monetary-financial system, but, so far, nothing, absolutely nothing, has been done to put in place the measures that he proposed, which were urgent then, and far more so, now. However, if President Obama, who has the support of the American people, gets the right advice, it is still not too late to make the necessary changes.
    • Dialogue with LaRouche
      In the two-hour discussion following LaRouche opening remarks, a number of key issues were addressed, including: the drug cartel takeover of Afghanistan; British operations in Russia; U.S. policy toward Sudan; the proliferation of lies about FDR; Social Security; and how to create a Classical culture.

World News

  • Ben Franklin Was Correct:
    A Republic, If We Can Keep It

    John Hoefle recalls Franklin's admonition following the Constitutional Convention, and warns that the danger that we may lose our republic is now as grave as it has ever been. Only LaRouche's bankruptcy reorganization will provide the means to avert a cataclysmic blowout, in the near term, of the U.S. and global financial system.
  • Stop Bashir Indictment:
    U.S. Needs Development Policy for Sudan

    The International Criminal Court, with strong backing from George Soros and the British imperial financial cartel, is reported to be on the verge of issuing a warrant for the arrest of Sudan President al-Bashir. LaRouche responds: 'If you want to fight genocide, get rid of George Soros.' He added, 'It would be a terrible thing, a great folly, if the Obama Administration were to be sucked into an adventure, such as the adventure against Bashir of Sudan.' Douglas DeGroot reports.
  • World News Briefs

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