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Volume 34, Number 44, November 9, 2007

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‘The Mask of Nancy Pelosi’: The Force of Tragedy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“On the subject of tragedy: since the U.S. general mid-term election of November 2006, when the U.S. Congress had an estimated 70% popularity with the U.S. population, until now, less than a full year later, the estimated popularity of the Congress has fallen below 11%, a fall largely due to the role of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. For similar causes, the U.S. dollar has also fallen, that at a presently accelerating rate. This threatened ruin of the prospects of the Democratic Party which Mrs. Pelosi’s misconduct has done much to produce, has now imperilled the continued existence of the original constitutional form of our republic.”

Economics

LaRouche on Dollar Collapse: Create a New Bretton Woods, End Post-Industrial Society  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche told a Washington, D.C. audience that there is no possiblity of recovery from the present monetary crisis, we freeze some of the relative values of currencies internationally, until nations agree to establish a fixedexchange- rate system.

Steps Taken Toward World Land-Bridge at Arctic Summit

by Mercia Merry Baker

Russian and other participants at a conference in Anchorage, Alaska, called for mega-projects based on high-technology advanced-science programs to develop the circumpolar region, for the betterment of mankind.

Nuclear Power for Russia’s Chukotka

An interview with Lev M. Shtilman.

Press Conference: Progess Is Made on World Rail Project

by Mercia Merry Baker

FDR’s Post-War Plan: ‘Northward to Asia’

by Mercia Merry Baker

Paulson in India Defends Hedge Funds

by Ramtanu Maitra

The Lessons of 1923  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairwoman of the Civil Rights Solidarity Movement (BüSo) in Germany, warns that central banks are hiding their losses, and the losses of the financial speculators, by means of massive injections of liquidity, which parallels the hyperinflationary policy of Weimar Germany’s Reichsbank in 1923.

International

Will 9/11 and BAE Derail Cheney’s Plan To Bomb Iran?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Some surprising charges by Saudi Arabia’s Prince Bandar bin-Sultan, and Prince Faisal are making Dick Cheney nervous, even as domestic U.S. opposition to Cheney’s war schemes grows.

British Imperial Policy Set To Ignite ‘Unstoppable’ Kurdish War

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Argentina’s New President Wins Mandate ‘To Do Great Things’

by Cynthia R. Rush

Russia Debates LaRouche and His Proposals for Economic Recovery  

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: Smysl magazine interviews LaRouche.

National

HBPA Solution Raised in Congress: Both Foreclosure Crisis and Financial Crash Are Worsening  

by Paul Gallagher

The home foreclosure wave has become the leading economic policy problem, but the White House, the Fed, and leading members of Congress deny that the foreclosure crisis is tied to the breakdown of the financial system, instead of stopping it by law, as LaRouche proposes with his Homeowners and Bank Protection Act (HBPA).

Supreme Court Approved Banning All Foreclosures  

The British Empire’s Sex Toys: Second Life and Virtual Worlds  

by Delante Bess

Halo 3: The Third Wave Destruction of the U.S.  

by Delante Bess

The American Patriot

Rediscovering Mathew Carey: ‘The Olive Branch’: How a Book Saved the Nation

by Roger Maduro

American System economist Mathew Carey wrote this book after the War of 1812, during which Washington, D.C. was sacked by the British, a time when the very existence of the United States was at stake. While appealing for unity by Federalists and Democratic- Republicans to save the nation, Carey attacked the traitors who sabotaged the resistance to the British, in order to facilitate their own plans to secede from the United States.

Carey’s Challenge to American Patriots

by Mathew Carey

Excerpts from Mathew Carey’s The Olive Branch.

Interviews

Lev M. Shtilman

Mr. Shtilman is an advisor on energy polilcy to Gov. Roman Abramovich of the Chukotka Autonomous Region in eastern Russia.

Departments

Banking

by John Hoefle

Smashing Nations

Editorial

Don’t Give ‘Hitler’ Cheney a Green Light

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