Volume 40, Number 28, July 19, 2013


Plentiful Food: The Principle of Development  

by Marcia Merry Baker

We continue our coverage of the June 29 Schiller Institute conference in San Francisco, with four presentations that address the crises in food production and water resources, beginning with EIR Food and Agriculture specialist Marcia Merry Baker.

Keeping the Farmer on the Land

by Frank Endres

Endres, a California farmer, is a leader in the national farm movement. His presentation, using many images, is being shown to farmers throughout the U.S.

Glass-Steagall, NAWAPA—The Fight in Canada

by Robert Hux

Hux, a member of the LaRouche-associated Committee for the Republic of Canada, spoke about the urgency of expanding water resources on the American continent through development of NAWAPA.

Mankind’s Occupation of the Biosphere

by Omar Pensado Díaz

Dr. Pensado, a biologist and former director of the Center for Advanced Studies at the Popular Autonomous University of Veracruz (Mexico), is an outspoken critic of the unscientific theories of anthropogenic global warming.


A True Glass-Steagall Means Rebuilding the U.S. Economy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A dialogue, excerpted from LaRouche’s July 12 webcast, on the fight for Glass-Steagall, and the crucial role to be played by the LaRouche Policy Committee.

New Glass-Steagall Bill Stirs Debate

by Jeffrey Steinberg

A second Glass-Steagall bill, introduced into the Senate by Elizabeth Warren et al. (S. 1282) joins Tom Harkin’s S. 985; and in the House, the Kaptur-Jones bill, H.R. 129, now has 70 sponsors.


British Permanent War Plans for Mideast Run into Trouble  

by Nancy Spannaus

Egyptian President Morsi’s decision to sever relations with the Assad government in Syria, without first consulting with his Defense Minister and Supreme Commander, Gen. Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, tipped the balance in the Egyptian military’s decision to oust Morsi from power.

U.K. Parliamentarians Challenge Queen’s Perpetual War Policy

by Carl Osgood

The British Parliament is in revolt against the government’s plan to supply arms to the Syrian rebels.

Germany Must Become Sovereign; We Need a Civil Rights Movement!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Mrs. LaRouche assesses the impact in Germany of NSA spying, exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden, comparing the massive surveillance to that practiced by the Nazi Gestapo and the East German Stasi.

Impoverished Mali Can Become a Breadbasket for the Sahel

by Lawrence K. Freeman

A first-hand report on the author’s recent visit to Mali, on the eve of July 28 Presidential elections.


A Study of Percussive Intercourse: How Silly Could Robert Hicks Be?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In his commentary on a recent New York Times op-ed, LaRouche identifies the source of the author’s confusion about the Civil War, in his failure to take into account “the actual history of the Aaron Burr legacy,” and that of the traitor Burr’s protégé Andrew Jackson.


Lift Our Eyes to the Stars