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Volume 34, Number 37, September 21, 2007

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Bankrupt Funds’ Bailout Push Bars Mortgage Crisis Solution  

by Paul Gallagher

Bailing out the hedge funds, commented Lyndon LaRouche, “is the precise equivalent of spraying cold gasoline on a burning building,” spreading the fire into an international explosion of inflation and a dollar collapse.

Resolutions

To National Black Caucus of State Legislators  

“Resolution to Congress—Implement the Homeowners and Bank Protection Act of 2007,” filed by State Rep. Juanita Walton (D) of Missouri.

‘The Right Approach’  

by Andrew Jacobs, Jr.

By former Congressman Andrew Jacobs, Jr. (D-Ind.).

Dems Invoke FDR Legacy

Resolutions on the housing crisis were adopted by Democratic Party bodies in Los Angeles and Massachusetts earlier this year.

Foreclosure Rates for Top 100 Metro Areas

Dead Crocodiles Found Beached on the Queen’s Cayman Islands  

by John Hoefle

Secretary Espy Stayed Farm Foreclosures

by Mercia Merry Baker

Strategic Overview

Schiller Institute: Eurasian Land-Bridge Is a Reality  

by Rainer Apel and Jeffrey Steinberg

Some 350 people from 40 nations gathered in Kiedrich, Germany for a two-day conference on the Eurasian Land-Bridge. Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. gave the keynote address. A first report—with more to come next issue.

International

Fox News Spews Chicken Poop To Boost Cheney’s Iran War  

by Michele Steinberg and Jeffrey Steinberg

Cheney does have a plan to bomb Iran, but it has nothing to do with the anti-Iran chicken-poop propaganda that Anglo-Australian yellow media baron Rupert Murdoch is spreading through his news empire.

Africa Fears AFRICOM Will Create Conflicts

by Douglas DeGroot

National

On a Fateful September Weekend: This New Millennium of Ours!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. writes on the occasion of his 85th birthday. If we can muster the resolution to make emergency agreements among sovereign nations now, he writes, to deal effectively with the global financial-economic crisis, “we will probably have defined the hopeful future for all mankind for at least a millennium to come.”

Economics

Bering Strait Tunnel, Alaska-Canada Rail: Infrastructure Corridors Will Transform Economy

by Richard Freeman and Dr. Hal Cooper

Infrastructure corridors built as part of the Bering Strait Tunnel project will generate a renaissance in manufacturing and infrastructure in the United States and Canada, and will link the Americas to Eurasia and Africa.

U.S. Mortgage Crisis: Demise of an ‘Importer of Last Resort’  

by Dennis Small

Global Warming Update: Carbon Offsets Are Genocide

by Gregory Murphy

LaRouche Movement Organizes for a Nuclear Renaissance in Colombia  

by Miriam Nelly Redondo

Vitus Bering and the Rediscovery of America

by Tom Gillesberg

The man after whom the Bering Strait was named, was an intrepid Danish explorer (1681-1741), who helped carry out Leibniz’s dream of investigating the border between Asia and North America, as a way to promote the development of both.

Science & Technology

Maglev: Transport Mode for the 21st Century

by James Powell and Gordon Danby

Drs. James Powell and Gordon Danby tell how magnetic levitation can revolutionize world transport, in this article reprinted from 21st Century Science & Technology, Summer 2003. This article was presented as part of the proceedings of the Schiller Institute’s Sept. 15-16, 2007 conference in Kiedrich, Germany.

Book Reviews

Gosselin: Canadian Patriot, Revolutionary

by Pierre Beaudry

George Washington’s French-Canadian Spy, by Henri Gosselin.

Editorial

Republic vs. Empire: The Crucial Battle

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