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Volume 34, Number 3, January 19, 2007

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The Old Economics Is Dead, the New Economics Must Begin  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A webcast by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 11. “What we’re going to have to do,” he said, “is what the Congress, in general presently, hasn’t the slightest intention of doing. But it must be done, if the nation and civilization are to survive. There is no force outside the United States, which has the intellectual capability and influence to do what must be done, in reorganizing an international monetary-financial system and economic system, which is bankrupt beyond repair. The world will not continue as a civilized world under the present international monetary-financial system, and the prevalent policies which have evolved in the world, as from the United States and elsewhere, over a period from about 1970 to the present time.”

National

Democrats Throw Down the Gauntlet on Bush’s ‘Surge’  

by William Jones

Senator Kennedy’s pre-emptive speech against the Bush-Cheney “surge” of troops in Iraq, was delivered on behalf of a Democratic strategy that includes a mobilization for a non-partisan resolution opposing the surge, which is now broadly identified as a spearhead for war against Iran.

Precedents for Congressional Action

Senate Dems, GOP Throw Down Gauntlet to Rice

Kennedy Bill To Reassert Congress’s Power Over War  

The ‘Surge’: Tragedy Replayed as Farce  

by David Shavin

Frederick Kagan’s power-point paper calling for a “surge” of troops in Iraq, presented at the American Enterprise Institute Dec. 14, proves nothing about war-fighting or strategy—though it does lend credence to the theory that the nuts don’t fall far from the tree.

Economics

Will Anglo-Dutch Use Sterling To Bring Down Dollar System?  

by Mary Burdman

The U.S. government appears to be completely ignorant of such a potentially devastating strategic threat to the United States, from Anglo-Dutch Liberal circles tied to U.S. President George W. Bush’s closest European crony, the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Tony Blair.

In Failing Auto Supply Sector, ‘Big Three’ Means Hedge Funds  

by Paul Gallagher

U.S. Congress Must Forge Ahead With Nuclear Power

by Marsha Freeman

N.Y. Court Case Charges That Plan To Close Hospitals Is Unconstitutional

Business Briefs

International

British Arc of Crisis Extended to Africa  

by Douglas DeGroot

The military offensive by Ethiopian troops in Somalia, plus the U.S. airstrikes in Somalia, and the presence of U.S. troops there, demonstrate that Vice President Dick Cheney and his neo-con cabal are intent on expanding the British-designed crusade against Islam by instigating a war in the Horn of Africa.

Rebuild Somalia To Undercut Warlords  

An interview with David Shinn.

Friends of Nazi Carl Schmitt: Federalist Society Infiltrates Germany  

by Rainer Apel and Anton Chaitkin

Press Paints Hitler as a Silly Clown  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Change in Washington: Good Chances for German Presidency of the EU

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The Litvinenko Murder: The Story Within the Story: LaRouche’s Enemies Caught With Their Pants Down

by Claudio Celani

New Democratic Majority Initiates Policy Shift Towards Americas

by Gretchen Small

Colombia and Ecuador: Conflict or Integration?

A declaration by the LaRouche Youth Movement in Colombia.

Interviews

David Shinn  

Mr. Shinn is a former U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, and in his 37 years with the State Department, he also served as the director of East and Horn of African Affairs. He is now an adjunct professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.

Obituary

In Memory of a Fighter: William P. Robinson

by Stuart Rosenblatt

Editorial

Nothing Works Without Impeachment

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