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Volume 32, Number 23, June 10, 2005

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LaRouche: Now Is the End of the ‘End of History’  

by Nancy Spannaus

Dramatic recent events on both sides of the Atlantic have now set the stage for a long-overdue fundamental change in world economic and monetary policy. Editor Nancy Spannaus introduces our wide-ranging coverage of the cultural paradigm-shift under way in the United States, Europe, and Asia. From the U.S. Senate’s defeat of the Bush-Cheney “nuclear option,” to the French “no” vote on the European Constitution, to the calls in Asia for a New Bretton Woods financial reorganization, we have now entered into a completely new world situation.

International

The New Cultural Paradigm-Shift: Where Does Europe Go Now?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“What omens are to be read from the rumble of the approach of history’s new sounds of the rolling tumbrils, approaching the date with history which is in the making for tomorrow, as for today?”

French Vote ‘No’ to Globalization  

by Christine Bierre

A Mandate To Lift Europe From Crisis  

by Jacques Cheminade

Signs of Change in Germany, Also  

by Rainer Apel

Philippine Senator Pimentel Calls for New Bretton Woods  

New Bretton Woods Signers  

Defend Our Rights, Against Globalization  

Interview with Sen. Aquilino Pimentel.

On-Site Report: Asia Has Cards, Must Think Big  

by Kathy Wolfe

Behind the Screen of the ‘Dirty War’ in Iraq  

Interview with Sen. Luigi Malabarba.

National

Implications of the U.S. Senate’s Action: Be Tolerant and Compassionate  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“A new world economic, and strategic situation has been defined by U.S. Senate developments of May 23, 2005. This condensed summation of the strategic highlights of that change, has been prepared for the information of some relevant higher-ranking circles in Europe, and also some comparable places in Eurasia more broadly.”

Congress’s Mission for Bankrupt Auto: Build U.S.A. Electrified Rail Network  

by Richard Freeman

What Can Bring U.S. Manufacturing Back?  

VA Hospital Cuts Could Backfire  

by Patricia Salisbury

Revolt Brewing Around Base-Closing Swindle  

by Carl Osgood

Legislative Initiatives: Save Private Pensions  

Wayne County: Save Auto, Machine Tools  

‘We Need to Put the Heart of America Back to Work’  

Interview with Jeffrey Bailey.

Auto Is a ‘Very Large Part of St. Louis Community’  

Interview with State Rep. Juanita Head Walton.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

LaRouche Youth Movement

How LaRouche Youth Organizing Uses the Dirichlet Principle  

“The LaRouche Show,” EIR’s Internet radio program, featured a discussion of Lyndon LaRouche’s “The Noëtic Principle: Vernadsky and Dirichlet’s Principle,” with Bruce Director, author of the ongoing series of pedagogical exercises, “Riemann for Anti-Dummies.” He was joined by a panel of youth movement organizers.

Book Reviews

Italian Journalists Probe ‘Faceless War’  

by Paolo Raimondi

Iraq: La guerra senza volto (Iraq: The Faceless War), by Paolo Cucchiarelli and Vincenzo Mulè.

Interviews

Aquilino Pimentel  

The opposition leader of the Philippines Senate takes a stand for a New Bretton Woods, and against globalization.

Luigi Malabarba  

An Italian Senator, Hon. Malabarba, has put forward a parliamentary question to the government, concerning U.S. Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte’s “Operation Salvador” and parallel intelligence warfare in Iraq.

Jeffrey Bailey  

Mr. Bailey is the business manager and financial secretary for Ironworkers Local 292, in South Bend, Indiana.

Juanita Walton  

State Representative Walton represents the 81st District in the Missouri General Assembly, and is president of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus Foundation and secretary of the National Order of Women Legislators.

Editorial

Will Cheney Detonate His Other Nuclear Option?  

Corrections

In last week’s issue, we misidentified two Senators. Frank Lautenberg (p. 6) is a Democrat from New Jersey, while Olympia Snowe (p. 13) is a Republican from Maine.

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