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Volume 42, Number 17, April 24, 2015

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Science or Fascism  

by Benjamin Deniston and Michael Steger

The Western drought crisis is an existential threat to the United States. In such a crisis, many individuals within threatened nations may find their thinking changed, able to see great challenges and act for the good of mankind—as the poet Percy Shelley described such an uplifting of human capacities in crisis. This EIR is dedicated to that issue: “Science or Fascism.”

Obama’s Fascist Onslaught  

by Nancy Spannaus

Free Trade = New Auschwitzes  

The French Resistance: A Dialogue with Jacques Cheminade  

by Tony Papert

Zeus versus Prometheus in California  

by Michael Steger and Paul Gallagher

How Franklin Roosevelt and Pat Brown Built California  

by Robert Ingraham

Facing Terror under a Kiev Regime ‘Both Nazi and Fascist’  

An interview with Dr. Natalia Vitrenko.

Ensure Right to Life or Resign, Poroshenko  

by Natalia Vitrenko and Vladimir Marchenko

Hamilton’s America Revived in New York  

by Dennis Speed

Dennis Speed describes the context, — “The Manhattan Project” to organize New York for Hamilton’s economics — in which Helga Zepp-LaRouche gave a full presentation of the potential BRICS revival of the world economy, in New York City on April 16.

The Foundation Stone Has Been Laid For a New World Economic Order  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Correction

An editing error in the article, “From North Africa to Asia: Making the Deserts Inhabitable,” (EIR, April 17, 2015, p. 39) mis-stated that “the Vatican has been involved” in the Transaqua Plan for Africa. The plan originated with the engineering firm, Bonifica Spa-IRI-ITALSTAT of Italy, and its former director, Marcello Vichi. The project’s first documents were circulated 1982-85. See “Transferring Water from the Congo to Lake Chad: The Transaqua Project,” by Dr. Vichi. (EIR, July 22, 2011, pp. 31-36).

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