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Volume 28, Number 35, September 14, 2001

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You Have Nothing To Fear So Much as Denial Itself  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Keynote speech to the annual Labor Day conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees on Sept. 1, in Reston, Virginia. “What I promised you, in effect, on Jan. 3, of this year, is now happening. No one can stop it, as long as this present system exists: It’s doomed. No one can fix it. There is no recovery from it. The system is finished. The question is: Can we kill the system, in time, to save the nations and the economy. No other question.”

Why Americans Should Go There: Eurasian Land-Bridge Determines Your Future  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Speech to the Schiller Institute-ICLC Labor Day conference.

Amelia Boynton Robinson: Her Love of Freedom Is ‘A Higher Power’  

by Marianna Wertz

In celebration of the 90th birthday of this living heroine of the civil rights movement, a presentation/slide show on her life was offered to the ICLC-Schiller Institute conference by her longtime friend and editor of her autobiography.

Economics

Argentina Crisis: Wall Street Brains Are in Default, Too  

by Dennis Small

Bankers, international financial institutions, and entire governments are scurrying around, frenetically trying to convince each other that the corpse before them—Argentina’s totally insolvent foreign debt of nearly $250 billion—is still alive and “performing.”

Colonel Seineldín’s Call for a New System  

LaRouche: Let Seineldín Negotiate Argentine Debt  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Greenspan Peters Out in Jackson Hole  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Australia’s Economy: A Nation in Denial  

by Allen Douglas

Business Briefs  

International

Bush Backing for Israel’s Sharon Assailed at Durban  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Bush Administration’s failure to intervene to stop Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s continuing terror and assassination campaign against the Palestinian Authority now threatens to isolate the United States from the entire Arab world, and from a majority of developing nations as well.

Putin Prepares Russia for a Dollar Crash  

by Alexander Hartmann

Behind the Threat to Russia’s President Putin  

by Mark Burdman

French Courts Reopen Probe into Princess Diana’s Murder  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Documentation: A statement by Mohammed Al Fayed.

Peru: Inca Monetary Fund’s Toledo Takes Office  

by Luis Vásquez Medina

Army War College In China-Bashing Orgy  

by Michael Billington

International Intelligence  

National

‘Anti-IMF’ Jacobins Are Part Of ‘Strategy Of Tension’ vs. U.S.  

by Scott Thompson and L. Wolfe

Unless this Jacobin operation is exposed and dismantled, the United States will be hit by the worst wave of terrorism in its history, potentially paralyzing the institutions of government and triggering, from among elements of the Bush Administration, a police-state response, that will threaten the very existence of our Constitutional republic.

The ‘Faith-Based’ Scam: Religion As State-Run Prostitution  

by Anton Chaitkin

National News  

Departments

Editorial  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lest You Be Judged.

Correction

With reference to the article “Spirit of Bandung, or a New Cold War,” in last week’s issue (Sept. 7), the Embassy of Thailand to the United States has informed EIR that only scheduling difficulties have prevented the arrangement of a meeting between Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and President George W. Bush, and that there have been no conditions placed on the proposed meeting by the United States, as reported in the article.

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