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Volume 29, Number 41, October 25, 2002

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Another Thing George W. Bush Does Not Know: The American System of Political-Economy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche examines the faulty systemic assumptions underlying a recent proposal addressing the global economic crisis by Henry C.K. Liu. Liu’s “obvious systemic error ... is the commonplace academic’s folly, of failing to take into account the absolute difference between, on the one side, the history of the American System of political-economy, upon which the existence of the U.S.A. was founded, and, on the opposite side, the historical origins of those polluting effects of central banking systems of all European nations, up to the present day.”

Dr. Liu on the Failure of IMF Solutions for Third World Debt  

by Michael O. Billington

Economics

Russia Sees Global Crisis, Looks at LaRouche Alternative  

The attention of Russia’s political elites is now focussed, as never before, on the interconnected menaces of the global financial crisis, and the insane U.S. “pre-emptive war” strategy. Thus, a recent visit to Moscow by Schiller Institute representatives encountered intense interest in the worldwide influence of Lyndon LaRouche.

A Very Grim Fairy-Tale: Whatever Happened To Accounting?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Germany: Reality Does Not Permit Budget Balancing  

by Rainer Apel

U.S., Japan, Germany Bank Systems Melting  

by Richard Freeman

South African Strike Exposes False Choices  

by David Cherry

The Emergency Rail-Building Program in the 2002 Mid-Term Election Campaign  

Nancy Spannaus, LaRouche Democrat running for Senate from Virginia, held an Oct. 3 Internet webcast, in which she was joined by transportation expert Dr. Hal Cooper, discussing the immediate necessity of high-speed rail corridor development in North America.

Business Briefs  

International

Despite Congress, a Growing Chance To ‘Jam Up’ Iraq War  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Once the U.S. Congress had capitulated on Oct. 10 and voted a resolution—albeit with significant opposition—authorizing President George W. Bush to wage war on Iraq, the idea spread that war is now “inevitable.” But this actually marked the start of a new phase, in which the war can still be stopped.

Brazil’s Record Election Winner: New Bretton Woods Now  

by Gretchen Small

Bali Bombing: Global Low-Intensity Warfare  

by Michael Billington

Sharon Makes War While Rabin Is Mourned  

by Dean Andromidas

Israeli Labor Party Peace Candidate, Mitzna, Under Attack  

by Dean Andromidas

Knesset Leader Hits Sharon’s ‘Apartheid’  

by William Jones

Pakistani Elections Complicate War Fronts  

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

Democrats Now Venture to the Dark Side of the Moon  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Scott Thompson

Unification Church leader Reverend Sun Myung Moon has been buying up near-bankrupt political operations in the Democratic Party and among the remnants of the civil rights movement and Muslims, just as he bought up the Falwells and other right-wing elements in the 1980s and ’90s. It’s time past due for another Congressional investigation.

Separation of Church and Mental State Needed  

by Michele Steinberg and Scott Thompson

Huge Economic Turmoil Shapes U.S. Elections  

by Katherine R. Notley

Democrats Have No Economic Plan  

by Carl Osgood

Zinni Invokes Generals Who Were Peacemakers  

by Carl Osgood

Congress Asked to Back Pro-War Censorship  

by Suzanne Rose

The Importance of Truth Versus Public Opinion  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

National News  

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Departments

Australia Dossier  

by Allen Douglas

Drought Ravages a Continent.

Editorial  

A Great Friend and Preacher of Peace.

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