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Volume 28, Number 37, September 28, 2001

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A Conversation with LaRouche in a Time of Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview by “The LaRouche Connection” with 2004 Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. What was done on Sept. 11 could not have been done by so-called international terrorist organizations, LaRouche said. This was a highly professional, top military operation, involving large resources and coordination, which do not exist outside of the United States. It involves elements which were recruited by the United States and other intelligence services of Europe and Israel, back during the days of the so-called Iran-Contra operation.

Economics

Save ‘The Markets’? Why Even Try? Save the Economy!  

by Marcia Merry Baker and John Hoefle

Well before the Sept. 11 terror assault, the financial bubbles were popping, and despite the best efforts of the Plunge Protection Team, the markets continue to crash. Let them go! The bankrupt system can’t be saved. But the physical economy, and the savings, pensions, and livelihoods of Americans, can be.

Policy on Financial Crisis Management: Terror as Used for Bailout  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Saving the U.S. Air Grid Is a National Priority  

by Richard Freeman

Why the U.S. Debt Bubble At Last Had To Explode  

by Richard Freeman

International

World Looks to the U.S. To Change Failed Policies  

by Paul Gallagher

Nations which have been targetted by terrorists are looking to the United States to changes its policies which have fuelled drug and gun running, and economic policies which created the breeding ground for terrorists.

Bush Gets Tough with Sharon ... Finally  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Egypt’s Mubarak Raises Interesting Questions  

Russia Cautiously Looks to New U.S. Cooperation in Changed World  

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: Statements by Russian officials.

European Leaders Warn against ‘Flight Forward’  

by Mark Burdman

Pope Counsels against Revenge after Attacks  

by Marianna Wertz

Region Expresses Concern over Focus on Afghanistan  

by Ramtanu Maitra

President of World’s Largest Muslim Nation Visits Washington  

by Michael Billington

Mexican Newspaper Reports: ‘Everyone Wants To Know What LaRouche Thinks’  

by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small

Culture

Schiller’s Idea of the Sublime: Lessons for Today’s Rulers  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

This speech by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, “The Bankruptcy Of Today’s Ruling Elite, and the Alternative in Schiller’s Idea of the Sublime,” was presented on Aug. 19 to the Schiller Institute Summer Academy in Oberwesel, Germany.

How Italy Became a Nation: The Genius of Verdi, the Statesmanship of Cavour  

by Claudio Celani

Giuseppe Verdi, a master of Classical drama, was the patriotic voice of Italy’s national liberation, 150 years ago. He was allied with Camillo Cavour, the great political leader of the Risorgimento, who said, “Now that Italy is made, we must make the Italians.” Cavour wanted Verdi to be elected to Parliament, as a symbol of the content of the new national leadership.

National

‘Shoot The Neighbor’s Cat!’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Frankly, the 24-hour brainwashing network, CNN, has gone over the edge. The terror-bombing and mass-killing have pushed CNN, and many others, into the state of mind of the man, who, returning home to find his house has been robbed, takes out a shotgun and obliterates the neighbor’s cat. Indeed if his wife had said, ‘Henry, it’s just the neighbor’s cat,’ the maddened fellow would have threatened her, ‘Don’t get in my way, or I might have to kill you, too!’”

Sane Voices Attack CCN, Fox-TV  

State Rep. Perry Clark: America Needs LaRouche in Time of Crisis  

CFR Updates Its Crisis Management Scenario  

by Scott Thompson

Kissinger Called for War  

by Paul Gallagher

Was Nimda Virus Part of Destabilization?  

by Fletcher James

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

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Editorial  

Right Idea, But the Wrong Men.

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