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Volume 29, Number 34, September 6, 2002

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LaRouche Challenges Presidency To Rebuild U.S. Infrastructure  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In a briefing to young organizers in San Pedro, California, LaRouche called upon them to transform the bankrupt physical economy and cultural wasteland that is the United States today, with an infrastructure development program based on the Franklin D. Roosevelt precedent.

President Must Act ‘in an FDR Fashion’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From his Aug. 24 webcast address.

Rebuilding U.S. Rail System Is Top Priority  

by Richard Freeman

Save Bankrupt Airlines, But Re-Regulate Them  

by Anita Gallagher

The Waterways Are Aging and Neglected  

by Mary Jane Freeman and Richard Freeman

Rebuild America’s Energy Infrastructure  

by Marsha Freeman

Rebuild, Expand U.S. Water Supply System  

by Marcia Merry Baker and Arthur Ticknor

Hill-Burton Way Can Restore Public Health  

by Marcia Merry Baker

DDT Ban Is a Weapon of Mass Destruction  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

FDR’s Reconstruction Finance Corp. Model  

by Richard Freeman

Economics

Only LaRouche’s Policy Can Save Argentina  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Fifty-three percent of the population is now officially classed as “poor,” in a country that, during the 1960s, had a per-capita GNP equal to Japan’s. The only solution is to scrap the murderous International Monetary Fund policies, and fight for LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods global financial reorganization.

Mexico-Brazil-Argentina Meeting: ‘The Debt Must Suffer, Not the Debtors’  

A conference of nearly 300 political, military, and constituency activists met in Guadalajara, Mexico, titled “Mexico-Brazil-Argentina: The Hour of Integration; March Toward a New Bretton Woods.”

‘Return to the Measures of Operation Juárez’  

by Marivilia Carrasco

The conference was convened by the chairman of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement of Mexico.

‘A New Order, If We Want a Better World’  

by José López Portillo

A message from the former Mexican President.

End IMF System, or Live Through a New Dark Age  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s telephone briefing to the conference, and discussion with the audience.

Dialogue with Mexico’s Constituency Activists  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

‘New America Is Possible’  

by Ex-Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín

Greetings by telephone from the Argentinian political prisoner.

Head-to-Head against the WSF Jacobins  

International

Sharon in 9/11 War Provocation?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Lyndon LaRouche has warned that a staged terrorist incident may be created against a U.S. target, either by Israeli Prime Minister Sharon or by Sharon-allied covert networks inside the U.S. military/intelligence apparatus. This could impel President Bush to violate the Constitution by launching a unilateral military action against Iraq, without consulting with Congress or America’s European or Arab allies.

Iraq ‘Chickenhawks’ Become Democratic Target  

Headaches for Washington: Anarchy in Afghanistan, Elections in Pakistan  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Germany: Floods Shift National Elections to Reality  

LaRouche Factor Grows in Australian Politics  

by Allen Douglas

National

Courts Blow the Whistle on Ashcroft Police-State Moves  

by Edward Spannaus

While the number of voices protesting Attorney General Ashcroft’s police-state methods is increasing weekly, there is another, equally serious, and even more explosive, matter bubbling just beneath the surface: Ashcroft’s suppression of any investigation into the Israeli espionage scandal in the United States.

Was ‘Millennium Challenge’ War Game Fixed for U.S.?  

by Carl Osgood

Selma Honors Its Civil Rights Heroes at Last  

by Marianna Wertz

Amelia Boynton Robinson and her late husband, Sam W. Boynton, were honored for their leadership in the civil rights movement in a celebration sponsored by the City of Selma, Alabama and the National Voting Rights Museum & Institute.

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