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Volume 33, Number 17, April 28, 2006

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The New Libel Against LaRouche: Felix & Fascism  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche exposes the role of filthy Felix Rohatyn, who is “as clever (and as dirty) as a coyote in a feral sort of way, but not very intelligent—in fact he is an oafish boor—in matters of art, science, or morals.” Both Felix and the wildly libelous attacks on LaRouche which have surfaced in the aftermath of the Senate confirmation of the Supreme Court appointment of Justice Samuel Alito, put the essence of filthy Felix on today’s global display. “By all rational standards, Felix is a fascist who considers me a prominent threat to his currently larcenous schemes.”

Felix Rohatyn’s Fascist Legacy  

Economics

Hyperinflation Like Weimar 1923: World System on Weimar Collapse Curve  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Comparing the present rates of rates of increase of primary materials prices with the pattern for Germany 1923, indicates the likelihood that, under present U.S. and European policies, the world system could reach a point of collapse of the monetary system by not much later than September 2006, if not earlier.”

A Flood of Funds, Central Banks Feed It  

by Paul Gallagher

As LaRouche Warned: Loudoun County Real Estate Bubble Is Ready To Implode  

by L. Wolfe

A Surprise Flank Against Delphi-Led Auto Collapse  

by Paul Gallagher

Who’s Sabotaging the PBMR? A Neo-Con, a Prince, and a Speculator  

by Dean Andromidas

There is an ongoing international campaign to block South Africa’s development of the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor.

LaRouche: Conyers’ Health-Care Bill Is a ‘Litmus Test’ for Congress  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Support Conyers’ Health-Care Reform!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Nation-States Must Survive, Not Supranational Currency Unions  

An interview with Wilhelm Hankel.

International

Will Cheney’s ‘Strangelove’ Bush Go for Nuclear War Against Iran?  

by Nancy Spannaus

At an April 18 press conference, President Bush, asked about whether nuclear weapons might be used against Iran, insisted that “all options are on the table.”

Bush Loses Ally Berlusconi As Prodi Wins Italian Elections  

by Claudio Celani

The LaRouche Youth Movement Makes Its First Trip to Moscow  

by Sergei Strid

‘The Universe Does Not Belong to the Devil’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche on South African radio.

Science & Technology

Nuplex City-Building Will Transform the Third World  

by Marsha Freeman

Detailed plans to build nuclear-powered agro-industrial complexes date back to the Eisenhower Administration, but were never implemented.

Nuclear Desalination: A Proven Technology Whose Time Has Come  

by Christine Craig

From Promethean Fire to Nuclear Energy  

by Manuel Romero Lozano

The Mexican LaRouche Youth Movement tours the Laguna Verde nuclear plant.

What We Really Know About Chernobyl Today  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

History

An Unusual Friendship: Otto von Bismarck and John Lothrop Motley  

by Michael Liebig

The private letters of the American historian and diplomat Motley afford the reader a fascinating insight into 19th-Century world politics, and into Motley’s life-long friendship with Otto von Bismarck.

How Carey and Bismarck Transformed Germany  

by Anton Chaitkin

Book Reviews

Abraham Lincoln’s Presidency: Leadership at the Highest Level  

by Nancy Spannaus and Stuart Rosenblatt

Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, by Doris Kearns Goodwin; and Lincoln’s War: The Untold Story of America’s Greatest President as Commander-in-Chief, by Geoffrey Perret.

Interviews

Wilhelm Hankel  

Professor Hankel, economist and former senior government official, is a leading opponent in Germany of the European Monetary Union and its unitary euro currency.

Departments

Report From Germany  

by Rainer Apel

Stop the “Rohatyn” of Berlin!

In Memoriam

Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, 1921-2006  

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