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Volume 29, Number 3, January 25, 2002

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LaRouche Points to His 1995 ‘Triple Curve’ Forecast of Today’s Collapse  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On Jan. 12, 2002, Lyndon LaRouche, the only economist who has accurately forecast the collapse of the U.S. and world economy, reviewed the six years since his “Triple Curve Collapse Function” was put forward.

LaRouche ‘Typical Collapse Function’ Confirmed by U.S. Economy, 1996-2001  

Economics

A Short History of ‘Chapter 11’: Model for a Bankrupt Economy  

by Edward Spannaus

Under traditional English “rule of law”—modelled on Roman law—contracts are considered sacrosanct, and debts must be repaid at all costs. In opposition to this is the American System of political economy, which emphasizes the Constitutional principle of the general welfare—and which was used, during the 1930s, to carry out a thorough-going revision of U.S. bankruptcy law.

LaRouche: Why We Need Bankruptcy Reorganization  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Big Three Auto Shutdown, Layoffs: The First of Many To Come  

by Richard Freeman

Is Japan Now Facing a ‘Reverse Pearl Harbor’?  

by Kathy Wolfe

Feature

‘Open Conspirators’ Behind September 11 Coup Plot  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

To understand what was really behind the Sept. 11 terror attacks, you have to know the history of the utopian Anglo-American political faction fathered by the utopian One-World strategist, H.G. Wells.

PROFILES

William Yandell Elliott  

Robert Strausz-Hupé  

Sir Henry Alfred Kissinger  

Zbigniew Brzezinski  

Samuel P. Huntington  

Bernard Lewis  

International

Opposition to ‘Osama Did It’: Impact of LaRouche’s Thesis  

by Paul Gallagher

With what Lyndon LaRouche called “the policies of Sept. 11” now the subject of increasing American debate over what to do next, a growing number of leading observers around the world are publicly challenging the “Osama did it” story underlying those policies so far.

War Cabal Shifts Its Sights to Iran  

by Dean Andromidas

India Contemplates ‘Limited War’ To Stop Cross-Border Terrorism  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Marines and Mini-Coup Hit the Philippines  

by Michael Billington

Colombia: ‘Peace’ with Terrorists Disintegrates  

by Gretchen Small

Venezuela: Jacobin Fascism Defends Dying Neoliberalism  

by David Ramonet

Pope John Paul II: Pursue the Common Good in Argentina, Mideast  

by Claudio Celani

South Africans Host Mideast Peace Talks  

by Lydia Cherry

Germany: Election Alternative to Establishment’s Failure  

by Rainer Apel

National

Joseph Lieberman, the ‘New Empire’ Presidential Candidate  

by Suzanne Rose

Al Gore’s former Vice Presidential candidate, Sen. Joe Lieberman, effectively announced his Presidential candidacy, promoting the religious warfare agenda of the “clash of civilizations,” a bid for a new “imperialist” U.S. foreign policy, and a call for a new Cold War.

Sept. 11 Will Split Trilaterals’ Meeting  

Russia General Decries Faction’s Genocidal Aims  

Departments

Editorial  

Pursuing Evil-Doers, Or Doing Good?

Correction

In the transcript of Henry Kissinger’s Chatham House speech published in EIR, Jan. 11, 2002, an editor’s interpolation on p. 50 misidentified George Canning (1770-1827). He was a British Prime Minister.

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