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Volume 30, Number 3, January 24, 2003

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Iraq Inspections Have Exposed the Hoax of the ‘Dossiers’  

by Michele Steinberg

The inspections being carried out in Iraq demonstrate that the September 2002 “dossier” produced by British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government, and the “Decade of Defiance” dossier issued at the same time by President George W. Bush, are tainted with disinformation, exaggeration, and lies.

Book Review

Scott Ritter: ‘J’Accuse’  

by Michele Steinberg

War on Iraq: What Team Bush Doesn’t Want You to Know, by William Rivers Pitt, with Scott Ritter.

Economics

Deepening Depression Forces LaRouche’s Super-TVA on Agenda  

While U.S. state officials and legislators are still far short of taking the necessary measures outlined by Lyndon LaRouche, the first calls for “FDR”-style solutions are arising—and, not surprisingly, from California, where the LaRouche Youth Movement has made repeated “light cavalry” forays to the state capital, to convince elected officials to scrap their bankrupt axioms.

Brazil’s Lula Tries To Live in Two Worlds  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

‘Noösphere in Action’ in Egypt’s Desert  

by Hussein Askary

‘Islamic Banking’ May Expand in a New Financial System  

by Paolo Raimondi

War Would Accelerate Germany’s Economic Fall  

by Rainer Apel

Central Americans Told To Forget ‘CAFTA’  

Water Infrastructure: $1 Trillion Need in U.S.  

by Marcia Merry Baker

An interview with Michael Sobol.

International

LaRouche Ally Cheminade Stirs Up U.A.E., Qatar  

The Mission of France, Beyond Iraq: War Avoidance Through Sovereign States’ Mutual Development  

by Jacques Cheminade

Speech in Qatar, at a meeting organized by Khaled Fahd al-Khater, president of the International Centre for Strategic Analysis.

Once a Republic, Now an Empire?  

by Gabriele Liebig

Russia, Japan Adopt Partnership Plan  

by Rachel Douglas

Israel: Mitzna Rejects Unity Government with Sharon  

by Dean Andromidas

A Bigger Scandal: Illegal U.S. Funding of Ariel Sharon’s Likud  

by Anton Chaitkin

Venezuela’s Collapse Is No ‘Local Affair’  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Philippines: Economist Issues ‘Final Call to Heroism’  

by Antonio A.S. Valdes

By the co-founder of the Philippine LaRouche Society.

National

A LaRouche-Led Revolt Against the Perpetual-War Party  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Five hundred corporate executives, Republicans all, took out an ad against the war—a sign of the times, in which Americans of all walks of life are increasingly worried about what the future will bring. “We feel betrayed,” the executives declare. “We want our money back. We want our country back.”

Gov. Ryan Deals Mortal Blow to Death Penalty  

From the Illinois Governor’s speech at Northwestern University Law School on Jan. 11, announcing his bold decision to commute to life imprisonment the sentences of all 167 inmates on death row.

For Frist, Free Market Trumps General Welfare  

by Linda Everett

The new Senate Majority Leader puts shareholder value for the HMOs and pharmaceutical companies, before the well-being of the sick and elderly.

Congress Flees Economy as Fast as It Can  

by Carl Osgood

Feature

LaRouche Calls On Youth Movement To Make a Revolution  

by Carlos Wesley

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. rallied young organizers in Mexico and Peru, to become world-historical leaders, in the sublime spirit of Joan of Arc and Benjamin Franklin.

Providing Leadership for a Time of Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Speech to a cadre school in Mexico City on Dec. 15, 2002.

Peruvian Youths in Dialogue with LaRouche  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From a conference in Lima on Dec. 26, 2002.

Interviews

Michael Sobol  

A Board Member of the Metropolitan Sewer District of Asheville/Buncombe County, North Carolina, Mr. Sobol is a national activist for drinking water and wastewater infrastructure.

Departments

Editorial  

“Death, Where Is Thy Sting?”

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