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Economics as History:
The Science of Physical Economy
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Introduction:
In the Image of the Creator With this present opening of this third section of this trilogy on the underlying, practical foundations of the science of physical economy, we have presented ourselves with the task of untangling the most crucial of the issues posed by recorded human history, with emphasis on the history of European civilization from its ancient to modern times, up to the present day. This confronts us now, in the form and implications of the greatest threat to civilization as a whole known to us in an approximation of systematic terms, from the relatively earliest to present part of that history. This is also, in part, the history of a social disease.
That sickness, which now, immediately threatens all mankind with the gravest, most genocidal collapse of the human species in known times, confronts us with the heritage of all of those most crucial errors in generally accepted beliefs which have been accumulated, from the earliest to present records of organized forms of civilizations, to the present day.
The greatest follies of mankind today lie, therefore, in much of what conventional beliefs and practices mistreat as virtually axiomatic truths...

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The Anatomy of Russian Capitalism, by Stanislav M. Menshikov
March 23, 2007
—EIR News Service announced the publication of
The Anatomy of Russian Capitalism,
by Professor Stanislav M. Menshikov.

Translated from the Russian by Rachel Douglas, the book is an authoritative study of the Russian economy during the first 15 years after the break-up of the Soviet Union. The Preface, by EIR founder and contributing editor Lyndon LaRouche, titled, "Russia's Next Step," poses the need for U.S. policy-makers to study and grasp the "disease" presented in this book, since it represents "an economic global pandemic which we must all join to defeat."

    Economics as History:
    The Science of Physical Economy
    by Lyndon LaRouche

    Introduction:
    In the Image of the Creator
    So far, Today
    Shelley on History
    Obama's Threat to Civilization
    The Challenge of Physical Economy
    The Road Up: Glass Steagall's Revenge
    The New World Credit-System
    The Work of the Creator
    The 'Green Death' Is Here

    I. Economy as Human Anti-Entropy
    The First Principle of Physical Economy
    What Is Human Creativity?

    II. Personality 'B' Again
    Perception vs. Conception
    For Example: Space-Time
    'The Hounds at Our Heels'

    III. The Subjective Side of Science
    Cusa, Columbus & 'The Mayflower
    The Fundamental Principle
    Principle & Phenomenon
    'Type B,' Restated
    Modern European History
    The Root of The Leibniz Infinitesimal
    The Case of 'Type B'
    'Type B' & The Infinitesimal
    Back to Shelley, Again

    IV. The 'Type B' Personality
    Our Progress to Mars
    The 'Type B' Identity
    When the Economists Failed To Create
    The Foundations of Creativity
    Entropy: For Example
    x in Economy
    Hilbert, in Conclusion

    V. My Science of Physical Economy
    My Warning Against Some 'Middle Men'
    The Present World Crisis
    Henry C. Carey, Lincoln, and Bismarck
    The Role of Britain in This
    The Example of Bismarck in This
    The Role of Drama in Scientific Creativity

    NOW, TO THE PHYSICS OF ECONOMY
    Science, Dynamics & Drama
    The Spatial Outlines of Physical Economy
    An Economy with Relativistic Effects
    Real History, from the Top, Down
    On the Method of the 'Triple Curve'
    Science: The Most Crucial Issue of Them All
    A Global Challenge
    European Monetary Systems
    British Imperialism's Wars
    The Anti-U.S.A., European Concept of Empire
    Eradicating Monetarism
    Two Crucial Issues of Reform
    The Economic Meaning of Physical Time
    A Lesson from the Used-Car Market
    The Physics of Time

    Epilogue:
    Looking Back from Mars


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