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Volume 27, Number 46, November 24, 2000

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LaRouche Washington Webcast: ‘Now Comes the Aftermath’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Two constitutional questions are posed to us at this juncture. Considering the present circumstances, in which this election-crisis has erupted, does the U.S. have both the right, and the obligation, to pause now for calm, sane, and sober reflection, during these weeks the Electoral College is being prepared.... My reading of the intent of the framers of the U.S. Constitution ... indicates that we have not only precisely that right, and also that solemn obligation ... to use the means which our Constitution has prepared for like contingencies, to ensure the continued existence of our republic according to that solemn, constitutional intent to promote the general welfare, that commitment to the common good, upon which the very existence of our republic was premised.”

Questions and Answers  

The Constitutional Path Out of the Present Crisis  

by Edward Spannaus

Complaints Before OAS: Gore Openly Stole LaRouche’s Vote  

by Mary Jane Freeman

Vote Fraud: an Endemic Problem in U.S. Elections  

by Edward Spannaus

Economics

Junk Bond Meltdown May Lead to Market Collapse  

by Richard Freeman

The highly speculative $670 billion U.S. junk bond market—more than 15% of all corporate bond financing—is on the verge of meltdown. The seizing-up of this market, is both a reflection of, and a prime driving force behind, the disintegration of the world financial system.

Fed Pumping Billions Per Day as ‘Plunge Protection’ for Markets  

by William Engdahl

New EIR Study Presented at Berlin Seminar  

by Ortrun Cramer

Fox: We Will Strangle Mexico To Pay the Debt  

by Rodolfo Torres

IMF Savages Korea, As LaRouche Defends It  

by Kathy Wolfe and Mary Burdman

EU Charges Big Tobacco with Smuggling Conspiracy  

by Roger Moore

Business Briefs  

Feature

Lawmakers Gather in Rome for Jubilee Year Debt Forgiveness  

by Paolo Raimondi

A report by Paolo Raimondi, who participated in the Nov. 4-5 Jubilee conference in Rome.

Motion: ‘The Foreign Debt of Poor Countries’  

Italian Senators Present Motion for a ‘New Bretton Woods’  

Pope Urges Statesmen: Imitate St. Thomas More  

“Apostolic Letter of Pope John Paul II, Issued Motu Proprio, Proclaiming St. Thomas More as Patron of Statesmen and Politicians.”

‘Politics Is To Attain the Common Good’  

“Address of His Holiness Pope John Paul II, to the Jubilee of Government Leaders, Members of Parliament and Politicians.”

The LaRouche Record: A 25-Year Fight for a New Economic Order  

Schiller Institute Organizing Campaign  

International

Russia’s Eurasian Diplomacy Might Spark Real Economy  

by Rachel Douglas

The idea that Russia’s engagement in projects for infrastructure and other real economic development on the scale of Eurasia could provide leverage to shift economic policy as a whole toward real growth, is bringing a ray of hope.

Documentation: President Putin’s speech at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) summit.

The Middle East: Chaos and War, or Economic Development  

by Dean Andromidas

Leah Rabin’s Agenda of Peace  

by Harley Schlanger

‘Leah Rabin Has Died’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

International Pressure Mounts Against U.S. Death Penalty  

by Marianna Wertz

Germany is suing the United States, demanding that it pay reparations for its “illegal acts” in the 1999 execution of two German nationals, and that it “provide Germany a guarantee of the non-repetition of the illegal acts.”

National

Mental Health Professionals Offer Alternative to the Drugging of Children  

by Dr. Ernest Schapiro

Six States Introduce Anti-Drug Legislation  

by Suzanne Klebe and Michele Steinberg

Departments

Report from Germany  

by Rainer Apel

Nation Is in Domestic Policy Paralysis.

Editorial  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Economy: The Rope in the House of the Hanged.

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