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Volume 30, Number 47, December 5, 2003

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Cheney Faction Goes Berserk Over LaRouche Exposés  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

In October, a series of heated, closed-door debates reportedly took place in the office of Vice President Dick Cheney. The subject: whether to launch a public smear campaign against Democratic Party Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche, over LaRouche’s campaign to expose the Vice President as the leader of the neo-conservative war party inside the Bush Administration, responsible for the disastrous Iraq war and schemes for a string of future, similar senseless military engagements, all aimed at promoting a unilateral American imperium.

OSP’s ‘Defender’ Against LaRouche  

A profile of Kenneth Timmerman.

Timmerman’s Morality  

Economics

How Much Investment Does Europe Need for a Recovery?  

by Lothar Komp

The ambitious Tremonti Plan for a dramatic increase of infrastructure investments in Europe has now been rudely reduced. European Commission chairman Romano Prodi’s claims this small funding will nonetheless be an “urgent and necessary catalyst for growth and employment” are incredible. EIR’s Lothar Komp analyzes the real investment volumes necessary to turn around the economic depression deepening over Europe, and connect it to the building of the Eurasian Land-Bridge.

France-Germany: Poland Says ‘Let Me Be The Third of Your Union’  

by Frank Hahn

After Dying Maastricht: New Bretton Woods!  

by Rainer Apel

Dominican Republic: In the Eye of IMF Hurricane  

by Jorge Luis Meléndez Cárdenas

Science & Technology

‘A Brightly Shining Star’: Susan McKenna-Lawlor  

by Marsha Freeman

There is a small number of women space scientists, fewer yet who run their own space technology company. Marsha Freeman interviewed this extraordinary Irish scientist at a European conference.

Feature

A U.S. President for All Generations and All Nations  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign speech to 230 supporters and Democratic leaders in Detroit, on Nov. 20. Reviewing the history of three generations of Americans since World War II, he asks, “What will save us? We have to change our way of thinking. And the first thing to do, is to recognize what the changes were, in these three successive generations, which have brought us to point, that we are inflicting upon ourselves our own destruction as a nation.”

International

Restore Iraq’s Constitution  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A statement on withdrawal of U.S. forces from the presently, catastrophically deteriorating situation in Iraq.

Philippines Faces ‘Total Collapse’  

by Michael Billington

Georgia: Soros, Stalin, and a Barrel of Wine  

by Roman Bessonov

Amb. Richard Miles: Man for Regime Change  

by Rachel Douglas

Why Is Turkey Being Destabilized?  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Pakistan Extends Olive Branch to India  

by Ramtanu Maitra

For a New Schiller Era, Not ‘A Bit of Schiller’  

by Gabriele Liebig

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche’s Youth Movement Key to Capital Primary Victory  

by Marla Minnicino

With six weeks to go before the Jan. 13 Democratic Presidential primary in Washington, D.C., the LaRouche Youth Movement is taking the city by storm. Every day, 50-100 LaRouche youth are hitting the streets of the nation’s capital, increasing the presence, strength, and visibility of LaRouche’s Presidential campaign in the District.

LaRouche’s D.C. Declaration  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s Nov. 22 declaration of candidacy for the Washington, D.C. Presidential primary.

The Kennedy Assassination, Kennedy’s Presidency, and Our Mission  

The American University Speech  

by John F. Kennedy

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Departments

Editorial  

A Financial Blowout Scenario?

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