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Volume 29, Number 30, August 9, 2002

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Will the U.S. Strike Iraq?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An article written for the Turkish magazine Yarin, LaRouche describes the three factions struggling on this question, including his own political flanking action to stop the blunder into war. The resolution will have a strategically indispensable effect on the present U.S. Congress, the upcoming Congressional elections, and the Bush Administration.

LaRouche: 5 Million Leaflets To Stop McCain-Lieberman Is the Strategic Flank  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A strategic July 27 briefing on The LaRouche Show weekly Internet radio program.

LaRouche’s Flanking Attack on McCain and Lieberman Draws Its First Blood  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Marielle Kronberg

Lieberman-McCain Cabal Plots against U.S. Military Opposition to Iraq War  

by Michele Steinberg

Economics

Financial Armageddon Is Unfolding in South America  

by Gretchen Small

While the financial establishment was riveted on the chaos on Wall Street, another part of their global speculative bubble was bursting: Brazil, and with it, the entire South American financial system.

Michael Steinhardt’s 1991 Corner of the U.S. Treasury Market  

by Richard Freeman

Great Projects Top South American Summit  

by Gretchen Small

Russians Debate Impact of Dollar, Market Falls  

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: An article by economists Oleg Grigoryev and Mikhail Khazin in the Russian weekly Ekspert.

Poverty Spreading in Germany’s Big Cities  

by Rainer Apel

U.S. Hospitals Face Critical Drug Shortages  

by Linda Everett

Part 2 of a series on “The Other Security Risk.”

Malaysia Adopts Plan for Food Self-Sufficiency  

by Michael Billington

Southeast Asia Responds to the Global Collapse  

by Michael Billington

Global Financial Reform Now!  

by Lothar Komp

A speech by EIR’s Lothar Komp to a working group of the Austrian Social Democratic Party in Vienna.

International

Sharon Slashes Budget, Wages War on Israel’s Poor  

by Dean Andromidas

Israel’s Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has declared war on his own nation’s poor, in order to finance his war against the Palestinians.

The Cease-Fire Sharon Bombed  

by Michele Steinberg

New Alliances Form in Britain Against Planned War on Iraq  

by Mark Burdman

Ukraine Searches for Its Lost Dignity  

by Taras Teliha

Insane Reports Blame U.S. Economy on—China  

by Mary Burdman

Review Reflects Brzezinski Lunacy  

Worst China-Bashers Are Universal Fascists  

by Michael Billington

U.A.E. Meet Challenges the ‘Laws of Empire’  

by Hussein Askary

An international conference on “Human Rights, War Victims and International Law” at the Zayed Centre for Coordination and Follow-Up, including a speech by Hussein Askary, representing Lyndon LaRouche and EIR.

National

Senate Probe Discovers How Banks Created ‘Enronomics’  

by Marcia Merry Baker

What EIR’s economic analyst John Hoefle wrote in 2001, in both Congressional testimony and articles on Enron’s failure, is now being “discovered” on Capitol Hill: The big banks were the sponsors, and even the creators, of Enron’s and the others’ off-balance-sheet looting schemes.

Enron Was How the U.S. Banking System Operates  

Excerpts from EIR testimony submitted to the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs’ Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations hearing on “The Role of the Financial Institutions in Enron’s Collapse,” on July 30.

Virginia Budget Blows, As Dot-com Bubble Pops  

by Mary Jane Freeman

‘Cranes of LaRouche’ Hit D.C. Mayor Williams  

by Lynne Speed and Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Departments

Editorial  

Wreck What’s Wrecking the Parties.

Correction

In “Fascist William Buckley Put Joe Lieberman in the Senate,” in our July 26 issue, certain editorial errors were introduced. The place where Triumph magazine spawned the Christian Commonwealth Institute was the 16th-Century Escorial monastery, built by the Hapsburg King Philip II. Carlism came into being in the 19th Century, nearly two centuries after Philip’s death.

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