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Volume 30, Number 43, November 7, 2003

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The Geometry of the Henry Wallace Nomination  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche pinpoints the reasons for the British-led campaign to prevent Henry A. Wallace’s July 1944 Democratic Party nomination for a second term as President Franklin Roosevelt’s Vice-President. “British lobbying for the dumping of Wallace reflected the heart of the fundamental, historically determined differences between the U.S. Republic and British Empire which had continued despite the temporary 1940-1945 war-time alliance of the two states. The apparent complexities of the ironical Roosevelt-Churchill alliance and mutual-antipathy can be competently understood only as a topic in physical geometry.”

Henry Wallace Would Never Have Dropped the Bomb on Japan  

by Robert L. Baker

The intent of the clique that ousted Wallace “was not only to destroy Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal legacy, and its revival of Alexander Hamilton’s American System of economics, but to try to take over the United States with a corporate-fascist policy run by what Eisenhower later called the ‘military-industrial complex’—and which led to almost a half-century of Cold War confrontation.”

Economics

Manufacturing Workforce Dying, Amid Phony ‘Recovery’  

by Richard Freeman

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is reaching deeper into its bag of tricks to cover up the catastrophic unemployment situation, particularly in the manufacturing production workforce.

U.S. Pension Funds Are Looted and Melting Down  

by John Hoefle

Germany’s ‘Privatization’: SPD, CDU Both Go For Pension and Jobless Cuts  

by Rainer Apel

Italy: ‘Face and Solve the Real Economic Problems’  

by Paolo Raimondi

An interview with Antonino Galloni.

French Economy: Are the Poor Still With Us? Off With Their Heads!  

by Jacques Cheminade

Business Briefs  

International

Soros Wins Bolivia Round; Area Slides Toward Drug Empire  

by Dennis Small

The ouster of Bolivian President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada has led to an international full-court press for drug legalization, led by Dope, Inc.’s George Soros.

Soros’s Army of Legalizers  

by Gretchen Small

Now, Colombia Is Threatened by Debt Bomb  

by Javier Almario

U.S., Israel Militaries Caution on Syria War  

by Dean Andromidas

Russian President Backs Crackdown on Oil Magnate  

by Rachel Douglas

The arrest of Yukos Oil CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky is not the Kremlin power-play that the U.S. media claim, but rather part of the Russian response to lunacy in Washington.

International Intelligence  

National

Dems’ New Disaster: Soros’ Drug Money Funds a ‘Protection Racket for Cheney’  

by Michele Steinberg

At a two-day Washington conference, “New American Strategies for Security and Peace,” drug pusher and offshore speculator George Soros unveiled his Center for American Progress, a so-called progressive think-tank, aiming $10 million up to $75 million of Soros’s blood-and drug-money at the Democratic Party’s candidates.

Why You Don’t Want To Take George Soros’s Money  

Military Morale: Casualty of Iraq War  

by Carl Osgood

Cheney Coverup of Iraq Intelligence Fakery Unravels  

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

LaRouche Leads Fight vs. Ashcroft in Philadelphia  

Rumsfeld vs. LaRouche: ‘Military Transformation’ or Strategic Defense  

by Carl Osgood

A Note on Principles of Strategic Defense  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

Interviews

Antonino Galloni  

Economist Antonino Galloni was the Director General of the Italian Labor Ministry during the 1990s. He is currently the chief auditor at INPDAP, the Italian government department which manages pension funds and all properties of state and public agencies.

Departments

Editorial  

In Honor of Yitzhak Rabin.

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