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Volume 28, Number 2, January 12, 2001

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LaRouche Declares for 2004, Amid Crisis He Forecast  

American statesman and economist Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. declared himself, on Jan. 1, for the Presidency in 2004, in order to save the nation now. Days later, LaRouche told the international audience of his Washington, D.C. seminar, that we must revive the Democratic Party of Franklin Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, to implement measures for economic recovery, just as FDR did in 1932.

LaRouche Announces: ‘I TakeMy Stand’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s statement announcing himself for President for 2004.

Ashcroft Nomination Called by LaRouche an Insult to Congress  

Revive the Democratic Party of FDR and JFK To Save the Nation  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Economics

‘Re-Regulate or Die’: Energy Hyperinflation Grips U.S.  

by Paul Gallagher

The President-elect struck poses with the members of his proposed Cabinet, while U.S. manufacturing crashed, andWinter fuel and power bills jumped 50-100% for households nationwide; wholesale electricity prices are up thousands of percent from a year ago, shutting down production of aluminum, farm fertilizers, and other commodities. Now is theWinter of our discontent.

How Dereg Catastrophe Ruined California  

by Marsha Freeman

Electricity and the General Welfare  

Documentation: From Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy, and three Federal Acts.

Fed Panics, with U.S. Economy in the Abyss  

by Lothar Komp

U.S. Collapse Threatens Asian Economies  

by Mary Burdman

A True-Life Defective Story: How Alan Greenspan, the Wicked Witch of the West, Vanished Down the Well  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Global Human Life-Expectancy Fell, World’s Population May Soon Follow  

by Paul Gallagher

Santa Did Not Come to Poland, Either  

by Anna Kaczor Wei

Business Briefs  

International

Mideast War, Sooner Rather Than Later  

by Dean Andromidas

President Clinton must act now, before he leaves office, to to push through a U.S. position, saying there is no peace in the Middle East, unless there’s a massive program of desalination, to ensure at least that there’s the water and the energy needed, so that the children of the present inhabitants of the region have a peaceful future for their grandchildren.

Another Kahane Dies by the Sword  

by Michele Steinberg

London Role Exposed In Italian Terrorism  

by Claudio Celani

Terror Wave Hits ASEAN Nations  

by Michael Billington and Gail Billington

Germany Enters 2001 Without Leadership  

by Rainer Apel

French Assembly Leader Attacks IMF, World Bank  

by Christine Bierre

Conservative Think-Tanks Offer Bush the Wrong Policy Toward India  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Scandal in Ukraine Has Strategic Dimension  

by Rachel Douglas

LaRouche on Monterrey Radio: We Need Leaders Who Will Mobilize the People for a National Mission  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Sudan Elections Deemed Fair, Amid Foreign-Backed Destabilizations  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

International Intelligence  

National

Privateers Profit on Flu Vaccine Shortage  

by Linda Everett

Strategic Studies

The Strategic Threat Faced by Ibero-America  

by Marivilia Carrasco

Marivilia Carrasco is president of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement of Mexico, the co-thinkers of Lyndon LaRouche in Ibero-America. An MSIA political statement issued in December 2000.

Interviews

Abdul-Monueim al-Zein al-Nahas  

Dr. al-Nahas is Chairman of Sudan’s General Elections Commission.

Departments

Australia Dossier  

by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas

Racial Vilification Laws Set To Go.

Editorial  

Millennium Decision for Human Beings.

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