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LaRouche Advises on Mustering Action for the ’Four Laws’

Aug. 5, 2016 (EIRNS)—Lyndon LaRouche had words of advice, when briefed today on certain actions and potentials now in the United States, for Glass-Steagall, and his ’Four Laws.’ Among the state-level initiatives reported to him, was that of the Illinois state senator, who in recent months saw to the Illinois Senate passing a support resolution for the Four Laws. Speaking in committee, and on the floor of the Senate, the legislator motivated the necessity of it, in terms, she said, of a "return to the policies of FDR, and of Lincoln."

Commenting on this, LaRouche spoke of bringing to the attention of the people of the United States, that they are acting for "several generations ahead," and on what, otherwise, will be a loss. He advised, you must act in a way that "reveals the conscience" of the person. What you do determines the cause of "changes of action and reaction in what has to be done."

He said, "Throw in the real reason about the Four Laws—what I developed was based on ideas of the original system of the United States."

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