Volume 37, Number 35, September 10, 2010


The Economic Past Is Now Behind Us! Money or Credit?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The only sane option for a continuation of civilization on our planet, now, would be to abandon a presently, utterly failed, global, monetarist system, and to replace it by a credit system of the form which had been intended by the U.S. Presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This change, from that monetary system which is now destroying our nation, to enter a physical-economic recovery under a credit-system, demands some crucially significant kinds of urgently needed changes in the economic organization of not only the U.S. economy itself, but the planet considered in the large.”

Sarpi’s Lies


A Leaf from FDR’s Book: And It Will Be Good  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“To revive an economy whose living heart would soon cease breathing, even in as little as weeks, were President Barack Obama to remain in office, we must commit ourselves, not merely to act in President Franklin Roosevelt’s sense of urgency in Spring-Summer 1933; we must take certain sweeping actions, as he did then, to actually set the general economic recovery into motion.”

FDR’s Emergency Measures: The First Hundred Days  

Strategic Studies

An Extraordinary International Dialogue with Lyndon LaRouche  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Several months ago, we posted an edited transcript of an April 29 dialogue between Lyndon LaRouche and a group that had gathered in New York to discuss LaRouche’s proposed Four-Power Agreement and related issues. That group included policymakers, academics from leading American universities, journalists, and representatives from Russia, China, and India. On Aug. 5, that group convened once again, now expanded by many new participants, for what proved to be an equally extraordinary dialogue on economic policy, NAWAPA, and the nature of man.


International Intelligence


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