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Volume 28, Number 11, March 16, 2001

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LaRouche in Berlin Offers Policy for Worldwide Recovery  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The last time Lyndon LaRouche made a public appearance in Berlin, on Oct. 12, 1988, his remarks concerning the perspective for German reunification, and the re-establishment of Berlin as its undivided capital, sounded a prophetic note. Just over one year later, the communist system came crumbling down, and German reunification was a reality soon thereafter.

LaRouche was welcomed again in Berlin, on March 5, to keynote an EIR seminar, this time addressing the perspectives for recovery from the ongoing worldwide financial and monetary breakdown crisis. The conference centered on the theme, “America: From Economic Miracle to Nightmare: How To Overcome the Financial and Economic Crisis.”

Today’s U.S. Economy: ‘After Us, the Deluge’  

by Dr. Kurt Richebächer

Globalization and Labor Power  

by Dr. Nino Galloni

Current Condition of the Russian Economy  

by Tatyana Koryagina

The FDR Economic Recovery: Precedent and Practice  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Europe’s Task in Creating a New Bretton Woods  

by Jacques Cheminade

Economics

Demands Grow for Federal Action for Electricity Price Caps, Ending Speculation  

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action.

Bush Blitzkrieg Rolls Over Congress  

by Anita Gallagher

LaRouche Takes On Project Democracy at Public Accountants’ Forum in Peru  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Will Terrorist Abimael Guzmán Wind Up Ruling Peru?  

by Luis Vásquez Medina

International

Daniel in the Lions’ Den: Kim Dae-jung Visits Bush  

by Kathy Wolfe

The South Korean President’s visit to Washington was an effort to explain his “Sunshine Policy” of opening to North Korea. But his wise words fell on deaf ears.

Israel’s Sharon Forms Government: Waiting for the War To Begin  

by Dean Andromidas

Bad Omens for Britannia: The Fates Gang Up  

by Alan Clayton

Kashmir Solution: Now, More than Ever  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Afghanistan: A Terrible Crime, But Take a Careful Look  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Malaysia’s Dr. Mahathir at Boao: Calls for International Infrastructure Program  

by Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad

French ‘Elites’ Lack Courage To Face Crash  

An interview with Jacques Cheminade.

Macedonia: Is the Big Balkans War Coming?  

by Alexander Hartmann

National

Fight To Save D.C. Hospital From Trent Lott’s Executioners  

by Paul Gallagher

The D.C. protests, led by the LaRouche political movement, have sparked a global fight against Nazi economics and in defense of the general welfare.

Alleged Racketeers in D.C. General Takeover  

by Anton Chaitkin and Edward Spannaus

School Shooting Confirms LaRouche Warnings About the ‘New Violence’  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Major Omissions in Hitchens’s Indictment of Henry Kissinger  

by Scott Thompson and Michael Billington

GOP Plans Worse Than ‘Contract on America’  

by Carl Osgood

Book Reviews

Some Reflections on the Controversial Mr. Finklestein  

by Mark Burdman

The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering, by Norman G. Finklestein.

The Learned Academic Meets the Scientific Musician  

by David Shavin

Johann Sebastian Bach: The Learned Musician, by Christoph Wolff.

Interviews

Jacques Cheminade  

Jacques Cheminade, president of the Solidarity and Progress political group, is campaigning to become President of France in the elections scheduled for 2002. He is a decades-long collaborator of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

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Editorial  

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