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Glass-Steagall and NAWAPA Now
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
May 31, 2013—For me, an uncertain new modern history had begun with the virtually sudden death of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. That true great warrior of his time, had died not long after 1 PM, on April 12, 1945. That news of his death had come to me on the evening of the same day, for me, but in India, where I had been just recently stationed for a certain time, within the area of British India's Kanchrapara, not far from what was still named Calcutta. Sometimes, 'simple soldiers' also make future history, as I have done during more than a few occasions, in my time. As I have often related, as soon as we soldiers there, had been informed of the President's death, a group of several among the troops with which I was associated in that part of South Asia, then, approached me, asking me for a meeting at dusk—after retreat. At that fairly discreet meeting, I had uttered the reply for which I was to become known as published among some of my acquaintances of that evening. The point to be made, is that that meeting had defined for some of them, as also for me, each personally, a marked point of separation between the world as I had experienced that ongoing war that far, and a new outlook prompted by the impact, on me (for example), of both the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and its aftermath. That impact then, and hence, had defined the world for me as I would always recognize it thereafter: up through the present moment. From that time onwards, throughout the course of time, I considered 'us,' as what was being menaced by a then still present trend set into motion, initially, by Harry S Truman. It was a trend which remained ...
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