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Volume 31, Number 46, November 26, 2004

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

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The death of Chairman Arafat defines a crucial turning-point in current world history. The world at large is challenged, at this ominous moment, to face the implications for the planet as a whole, of failing to take the occasion of his passing as the moment at which the world at large must act, even for the most selfish motives of many among nations, to set into motion, at last, a peace of the kind which would set the departed Chairman’s soul at rest. It must be an action for peace which begins where the unpunished murder of Israel’s Prime Minister Rabin unleashed a new wave of horrors, the wrath of the fabled Erinyes, throughout the region, and beyond.”

Arafat’s Legacy and the Quest for Peace  

A dialogue with Maxim Ghilan, editor of the newsletter Israel & Palestine Strategic Update, and founder of the International Jewish Peace Union, the first Jewish organization to recognize the PLO as a partner in an effort to achieve peace.

LaRouche and Baker Call for Freeing Barghouti  

by Dean Andromidas

Sen. George McGovern: ‘Arafat’s Death Can Open the Way to Peace’  

by Nina Ogden

The Promise of Oslo, and Today, Lies in Economic Development  

International

On ‘The Social Doctrine of the Church’: Morals and Immortality: The U.S. Crisis Now  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“It is to be hoped that this excellent work might inform, and thus improve the future behavior of many presently still misguided U.S. citizens who voted against Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry on the pretext of ‘moral’ issues.”

Physical Economy, Peace: Vatican’s Moral Issues  

by Liliana Gorini

Documentation: Excerpts from the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church.

A Resolution in the Iran Nuclear Mess?  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Britain’s Neo-Con Blair Is Between Bush and a Hard Place  

by Mary Burdman

National

The U.S. Election Has Settled Nothing  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed by Butch Valdes on Angel Radio in the Philippines. “The idea that a report on Nov. 3 settled the election process in the United States, is wrong. Nothing is settled,” LaRouche said. Neither the election, nor U.S. policy, nor whether Bush, as President, will function as anything like a President.

Establishment Figures in Revolt Against Neo-Cons  

Gonzales Unfit for Attorney General Post  

by Edward Spannaus

Evidence of Election Crimes Presented at Ohio Hearings  

by Edward Spannaus

Economics

Free Trade Spawns Masses of Marauding ‘Maras’  

by Gretchen Small

Emergency law enforcement meetings are being held across North and Central America, as governments attempt to respond to the rapid spread of the “maras”—transnational gangs of thousands of largely Hispanic youth. Lyndon LaRouche identified them as the result of a deliberate policy by the financier forces of Dope, Inc. to destroy the nation-state.

Slave Labor Behind Bush Immigration Policy Fight  

by Paul Gallagher and Dennis Small

WHO Summit: Pandemic Coming, Vaccine Production a ‘National Security Matter’  

by Linda Everett

To Meet New Pandemic Threats, Reverse Policies Creating Public-Health Crisis  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Testimony submitted to Congress by the LaRouche PAC.

Cheney Helps Destroy Union Pacific and the U.S. Rail Grid  

by Richard Freeman

Trittin Headed for a Meltdown  

by Rainer Apel

Departments

Eye on Washington  

by William Jones

Blair Gets No Bone From Bush.

Editorial

‘Winning’ Fallujah, Losing the War  

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