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Volume 31, Number 45, November 19, 2004

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It’s Still the Physical Economy, Stupid!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A webcast speech Lyndon LaRouche in Washington on Nov. 9, in the aftermath of the Presidential election. “We must educate people now,” he said. “We must move, and organize, now, between now and the inauguration proceedings, to ensure that we have a bipartisan assembly of men and women of conscience who are prepared to move in the Congress on the day that happens, to make sure that the worst does not happen. It, at this point, is the only visible chance for the survival of the United States. An essential part of our job, and of my job in particular, is to make clear to people that we do have policy alternatives to an onrushing, great world depression.”

National

GOP Vote Suppression: A Crime Against the U.S. Constitution  

by Edward Spannaus

“The kinds of fraud which were perpetrated by the Republicans alone in this election, were sufficient to send these guys to jail, if not to un-elect them,” declared Lyndon LaRouche. webcast. “Voter suppression!... That’s tyranny! That’s dictatorship! And there was a lot of it.”

Documentation: LaRouche’s reply to a question about vote fraud, at his Nov. 9 webcast.

High-Tech Jim Crow: Stealing Ohio’s Vote  

by Michele Steinberg and Judy DeMarco

Documentation: Election Day notes from a volunteer from the Election Protection Coalition in Ohio; Congressmen demand that the GAO investigate vote suppression.

Satan and the Scopes Monkey Trial: How Do These Buttons Get Hot?  

by Stanley Ezrol

National News  

Economics

We Must Save the X-43A: How I Defined the Scramjet  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The sheer idiocy shown by the current Bush Administration’s effort to cut back on the X-43A program, a real scientific breakthrough in space and related fields, is typical of a government which is not content with shooting itself in the foot, but insists on also shooting itself in the head.”

Making LaRouche 1980s SDI Proposal a Reality  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

The Space Plane: Hypersonic Flight Is Ready for Take-Off  

by Marsha Freeman

Reprinted from 21st Century Science & Technology, Fall 2001.

Soy Monoculture in the Americas: Globalization Ruins Food Economy  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Cartels’ Soy Revolution Kills Argentine Farming  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Epidemic Preparedness ‘Worst It’s Ever Been’  

by Marcia Merry Baker

An interview with Peter T. Ginaitt.

Germany Urgently Needs a New Fiscal Policy  

by Rainer Apel

International

Fallujah: A Turning-Point in the Iraq War?  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The U.S. assault on Fallujah, in Iraq’s “Sunni triangle,” will only spread the resistance and lend it strength, nationally and internationally. Fallujah is becoming a symbol for the anti-occupation struggle, throughout the Arab world.

Tony Blair, Bush’s ‘Busted Flush’  

by Alan Clayton

Bush Re-Election Dismays Japan, Korea  

by Kathy Wolfe

France: A Timid Boost for Nuclear Energy  

by Emmanuel Grenier

India-EU Forge ‘Strategic Partnership’  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Southern Thailand Crisis Shakes Region  

by Michael Billington

Conference Report

Europe’s National Economies Wrecked by Liberal ‘Reforms’  

From the Schiller Institute’s Sept. 24-26 conference in Germany.

Misguided Ideas Behind Italy’s Pension Reform  

by Dr. Nino Galloni

Paradox and ‘Dialectics’ of Life in East Europe  

by Dr. Jan Carnogursky

Cross-Party Cooperation Can Achieve Good Results  

by Dr. Stanislav Fischer

Interviews

Peter T. Ginaitt  

The Rhode Island State Representative serves on the Health, Education and Welfare Committee; he is a firefighter, rescue captain, and registered nurse.

Editorial

On the Death of Arafat: A Turning-Point in History  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

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