by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
A July 27 webcast speech, directed at Europe and Argentina in particular. While the banksters are demanding fascism, there is an alternative to the economic/financial crisis: that chosen by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who took on the Wall Street banking system and introduced the Glass-Steagall separation of commercial and investment banks.
by Cynthia R. Rush
The financier oligarchy fears that Europeans will join Argentina in adhering to the principle that people come before banks, that production must replace speculation, and that national sovereignty must prevail over globalization.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The House and Senate failed to implement LaRouche’s proposed Economic Recovery Act.
What brought Detroit to the point of bankruptcy, and what has to be done.
by Marsha Freeman
An interview with Bill Johnson, the CEO of the TVA. Is the mission of the TVA “finished,” as some bean-counters on Capitol Hill claim? Johnson: “I think an interesting exercise would be to find out from the people who live there, who are served in some way by TVA, what they think. And I think that you’ll find that the mission is not finished.”
by Nancy Spannaus
“Every city in America is Detroit this week,” the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee told Congress, “and this is why anyone who wishes to survive, knows that Glass-Steagall must be reinstated immediately.”
by Mike Folmer
by Edward Asner
by Harley Schlanger
Harley Schlanger’s speech to the June 29 Schiller Institute conference, demonstrates that the booming California agro-industrial economy of the 1950s and ’60s, made possible by FDR’s nation-building policies, can be revived today.
by Stuart Rosenblatt
A book review of Robert Kaiser’s Act of Congress, How America’s Essential Institution Works, and How It Doesn’t.
by Michele Steinberg
Unless there is improvement in the economic situation, there will be a social explosion against whoever is in power. Despite the Army’s success on July 26 in preventing large-scale Muslim Brotherhood terrorist actions, stability is far from assured.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche responds to a question from the head of the Belarus Development Group, Minsk, Belarus.