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LaRouche's Emergency Plan for January 2010
by Nancy Spannaus

Dec. 30——In the immediate aftermath of the crushing defeat delivered to the British Empire at the December Copenhagen Summit, Lyndon LaRouche called for an emergency mobilization to ram through the crucial measures required to bring the United States into collaboration with the three sovereign powers—China, Russia, and India—which defied the Empire.

Those measures fall into four steps: 1) bankruptcy reorganization; 2) emergency protective measures for the U.S. population; 3) a massive employment program to rebuild U.S. infrastructure; and 4) linking up with China, Russia, and India in their ongoing collaboration to rebuild the planet. We review the Constitutional basis, and necessity, for each of these measures, below.

Put together, this emergency program amounts to a patriotic defense of the United States from what has been a 60-plus year process of subversion, and attack, by the British Empire of finance. It has to be fought for in that fashion, because the life of our nation depends upon its implementation....

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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



  • British Monarchy Marching in the Shadow of Edward VII
    Since the Copenhagen summit, the British have launched a new global 'strategy of tension,' ranging from the physical assaults against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and Pope Benedict XVI, to terrorism worldwide.
  • Four Power Plan Can Defuse ME War Threat
    There is an imminent danger of an Israeli attack against Iran, which could be a trigger for World War III.
  • Germany Needs 21st-Century Technology, Not a New Morgenthau Plan!
    Helga Zepp-LaRouche reports that in the aftermath of the Copenhagen summit, German Chancellor Merkel has reemphasized her determination to work 'with all our power' to change 'our way of living and running our economy.' Her policy is an attempt to belatedly implement the infamous postWorld War II Morgenthau Plan, which was supposed to transform industrial Germany into an exclusively agrarian state.




  • What Leibniz Intended
    Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. elaborates the significance of his own discoveries in physical economy. 'Those discoveries which were originally prompted chiefly by the work of Leibniz,' he writes, 'have led me to some uniquely important advances in knowledge of the underlying principles of physical economy, in showing that specific role of human creativity which underlies the physical principles of economic progress. My progress on that account had contributed the accumulation of a few crucial steps of improvement in refining the function of dynamics.'


  • The Pedagogy for Teaching Kepler's 'Astronomia Nova'
    A paper by Jason Ross of the LaRouche Youth Movement, presented to an international conference in Prague, Czech Republic, Aug. 24-27, 2009, which commemorated the release, 400 years ago, of Johannes Kepler's The New Astronomy. The theme of the conference was 'Kepler's Heritage in the Space Era.'


  • Alan Carlin
    Dr. Carlin has been Senior Operations Research Analyst at the Environmental Protection Agency since 1974. From 1971-74, he was the director of the EPA's Implementation Research Division. Prior to that, he worked at the RAND Corp. 'I've done about everything in the field of environmental economics, plus something in environmental sciences as well,' he told EIR. 'This combination is very unusual, and very useful. Economics and physical science. That's the key to this whole thing.'


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