Volume 40, Number 29, July 26, 2013


LaRouche PAC to Congress: Delivering the Message—Glass-Steagall, or Death  

by Nancy Spannaus

Can Congress be mobilized to rush through passage of Glass-Steagall in the next two weeks? That is the question which the LaRouche PAC is deploying to answer in the affirmative, with the in-depth mobilization that began July 15, in Washington, D.C. and around the country.

Wall Street Controls Congress and the Treasury Secretary

by Anita Gallagher

Detroit Is Too Big To Fail: Crush Wall Street, Not the American People

by Bill Roberts

LaMar Lemmons: Detroit Does Not Need a Financial Dictatorship; It Needs Glass-Steagall  

by Matthew Ogden and Bill Roberts

An interview with the outspoken former State Rep. and current president of the Detroit Board of Education.

U.S. Economic Breakdown: Life Expectancy Falls in Dozens of Counties

by Marcia Merry Baker


On the Subject of Oligarchy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The practice oligarchism is the most significant of the roots of the systemic evils of society, still today; while Alexander Hamilton’s principle of political economy, based on a system of national sovereign credit, stands in bold opposition to that oligarchical model.


Obama’s War Policies Spark Resistance from Many Sides

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Starting with the “Snowden Affair,” a formidable resistance to the dictatorial policies of the Obama Administration is gaining steam, including from Members of Congress, U.S. diplomats, retired military officers, and others.

Russian Drills Show War Preparedness

by William Jones

Russian military forces on July 13-20 held the largest military drills since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Eurobankers Drive for Financial Fascism

Helga Zepp-LaRouche wrote that in Detroit, Greece, and Cyprus, “the truth is that both the U.S. and the European Union have come within millimeters of fascist regimes.”

Glass-Steagall Fight Expands Across Europe

Proposal for an Egyptian Declaration of Economic Independence  

by Hussein Askary

The interim Presidency of Egypt should make a public “Declaration of Economic Independence,” declaring an economic emergency; a national economic reconstruction program; an end to all previous agreements with the IMF; and the creation of a “National Reconstruction and Development Bank.”

Conference Report

Leibniz, LaRouche, and the U.S. Link with China and Russia

by Michael Billington

The Special Role of the Philippines

by Butch Valdes

The U.S. and China: Natural Allies for Justice, Peace, and Prosperity

by Wenji Victor Chang

Australia—Free of the British Empire!

by Robert Barwick

The Extended NAWAPA: World Rail and Nuclear Power

by Hal Cooper

Krupnov Issues Call for Revolution of Development


‘An Act of War’