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Volume 31, Number 37, September 24, 2004

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Dumping the Undertaker: How To Campaign for Kerry  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“It were not unfair to think of the late Bob Shrum as the writer of funeral orations for the candidacies of otherwise winning Democrats,” wrote Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. And true to form, Shrum set up Kerry’s campaign “as a patsy for the intellectually pathetic George W. Bush’s managers ... in which Kerry reacts chiefly to the agenda set by the thuggish intellectual midgets Bush and Cheney.” The answer? Change the agenda! “It’s the physical economy, stupid.”

Why ‘LaRouche in 2004’ Was Indispensable: Had I Not Been Excluded  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The War Plan for November: LaRouche’s Leadership in the Democratic Party  

by Debra Hanania Freeman

Speech to the Schiller Institute’s Labor Day conference by LaRouche’s national spokeswoman for the East Coast.

Our Strategy for a Landslide Victory  

by Harley Schlanger

Speech by LaRouche’s national spokesman for the West Coast.

How Youth Can Uplift the ‘Failed Generation’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche demonstrates how and why the LaRouche Youth Movement will provide the essential element to produce a landslide victory in November.

Economics

The Big World Crash of 2004 Is the Key to the Campaign  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Time’s a-passing!” warns this statement issued by LaRouche PAC. “Unless the Kerry candidacy shifts its emphasis toward the overriding reality of an onrushing, early general collapse of the world’s present monetary-financial system, the lack of appropriate forms of lustre for that campaign so far, will tend to facilitate a Bush-Cheney election by default.”

Killing Argentines Won’t Save the System  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Cheney/Bush Break Amtrak and Freight Rail, Air Transport Sinks Again  

by Marcia Merry Baker and Paul Gallagher

If you ever doubted that “it’s the physical economy,” don’t be stupid: Look at the crisis in the both the passenger and freight rail systems of the United States. For the fourth year, the Bush-Cheney Administration has proposed a fiscal year budget outlay for Amtrak which is barely half of the minimum amount Amtrak needs to keep passenger service going.

Only Re-Regulation Can Save Air Grid  

German Monday Rallies Demand Productive Jobs  

by Rainer Apel

Documentation: Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s latest leaflet in the Saxony election campaign, calling for creation of 8 million jobs.

International

Putin Defends Russia From West’s Moves To Dismember It  

by Roman Bessonov and Rachel Douglas

President Vladimir Putin addressed an expanded session of the Cabinet, to discuss “ensuring the unity of the country, strengthening government institutions and confidence in government, and creation of an effective internal security system.” In recent speeches he has stressed that Russia is under attack by Cold War-era adversaries of the Soviet Union, in whose hands “terrorism” is an instrument, wielded for the purpose of breaking up the country.

LaRouche on Crisis in Darfur, Sudan  

‘Mossadegh Reflex’ in Iranian Nuclear Policy  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

LaRouche on Iran Radio: Bush-Cheney Victory Will Mean Endless War  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s CEC a Key Factor in Australian Election  

by Allen Douglas

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche PAC’s Questions Could Sink Goss Nomination  

by Michele Steinberg and Anton Chaitkin

If some crucial questions about Porter Goss’s role in covering up Iran-Contra drug-running operations, run out of Florida are asked, it could blow away his nomination for Director of Central Intelligence faster than you can say “Hurricane Charley.”

Documentation: “Questions Porter Goss Must Be Asked,” a press release by LaRouche PAC.

Cheney-Rumsfeld Push Torture Scandal Coverup  

by Edward Spannaus

Security Experts Demand To Be Heard  

by Sibel Edmonds

Twenty-five U.S. national security experts address an open letter to Congress, regarding the “serious shortcomings” in the 9/11 Commission’s report and its recommendations.

National News  

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Editorial

George ‘Wrong’ Bush’s Impending Breakdown  

Correction

In “No Upswing in the Swing States” in EIR, Sept. 17, an error appeared on page 36 in Figure 15. The figure’s title should read, “10 Ohio Cities: Manufacturing Workforce Falls by 52%.”

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