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The one hour program is hosted by Michele Steinberg, EIW Editor and Counterintelligence co-director of Executive Intelligence Review, and by Marcia Merry Baker, EIR Economics Intelligence director.
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2003 Program Archive
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December 27, 2003:
EIR physical economy expert Richard Freeman, on "How `Wal-Mart Thinking' Destroys."
December 20, 2003:
Actor Robert Beltran, interviewed by Harley Schlanger, on "Trumanism and Tragedy."
December 13, 2003
December 6, 2003:
Members of the LaRouche Youth Movement discuss how to organize during the hot phase of the LaRouche Presidential campaign.
November 29, 2003:
EIR Asia expert Kathy Wolfe, with a first-hand report on "The Eurasian Land-Bridge: Building Our Way Out of Pre-Emptive War," and on the LaRouche Movement in Korea.
November 22, 2003:
EIR Washington correspondent Bill Jones, science historian Marsha Freeman, and EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jefffrey Steinberg, on "John F. Kennedy: 40 Years After Dallas."
November 15, 2003:
Democratic Presidential Candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche's press conference in Boston.
November 8, 2003:
Celebrate Friederich Schiller, the Poet of Freedom born in Marbach, Germany, on Nov. 10, 1759, with a dialogue with special guest William F. Wertz, Jr. Will is the Editor and primary translator, along with Marianna Wertz, of four volumes of translations of Schiller's dramas, poetry and philosophical essays and letters. He is President of the Schiller Institute in the U.S., and Editor-in-chief of Fidelio magazine, the quarterly magazine of the Schiller Institute.
At its first international conference, in 1984, the Schiller Institute released a film biography of the poet and teacher, whose poem, the Ode to Joy, was set to music in Beethoven's great ninth symphony.
The narration of the biography begins: What would Schiller say were he to see us today? The great causes of mankind seem all but overwhelming, world peace and freedom hang in the balance, the less favored part of the world is threatened with extinction for lack of development ... our entire civilization appears to be in danger.
Would Schiller, say, as he did of the French Revolution, a great moment has found a little people?
For more on Schiller's life, go to http://www.schillerinstitute.org/biographys/schiller_bio.html.
November 1, 2003:
Edward Spannaus, author of a new EIR Feature, "Shock and Awe: Terror Bombing, from Wells and Russell to Cheney," and Robert Baker, author a forthcoming EIR article "Henry Wallace Would Not have Dropped the Bomb."
October 25, 2003:
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairwoman of the Civil Rights Movement-Solidarity party in Germany (Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidarität) and founder of the International Schiller Institutes.
October 18, 2003:
Host Michele Steinberg presents pre-recorded excerpts from Lyndon LaRouche's recent address to an audience in Switzerland. EIR Counterintellligence Edi
tor Jeffrey Steinberg takes questions on "The Coming Fall of Dick Cheney," and on the overall strategic situation.
October 11, 2003
The LaRouche Show host Michele Steinberg, from EIR's Counterintelligence Desk, interviews EIR Legal Editor Edward Spannaus, California LaRouche campaign leader Phil Rubinstein, and LaRouche Youth Movement leader Cody Jones, on "The Beastman: Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the latest developments in the criminal investigation of Vice President Dick Cheney.
October 4, 2003
LaRouche national campaign spokeswoman Debra Freeman.
September 27, 2003:
LaRouche Campaign Western States Coordinator Harley Schlanger, on the battle to defeat the California Recall/Cheney gang.
September 20, 2003:
LaRouche Movement leader Lawrence Freeman, on Who Has Prevented African DevelopmentAnd Why?
September 13, 2003:
EIR European correspondent Mark Burdman on After Blair, Cheney is NextReport from London.
September 6, 2003:
LaRouche media expert Lonnie Wolfe on Why Media Lords Should Be Tried for Nuremberg Crimes. Also: Australian Citizens Electoral Council chairman Craig Isherwood and Australian LaRouche Movement leader Gabrielle Peut.
August 23, 2003:
21st Century Science & Technology Associate Editor Marsha Freeman, Australian LaRouche Movement activist Joanne Lawler, and members of the LaRouche Youth Movement, on: "LaRouche's Super TVA versus Cheney and Halliburton."
August 16, 2003
Facing the Califonia Crisis, Means Facing the golbal Economic CollapseThe LaRouche
Organizing Drive is Critical
August 9, 2003:
EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jeff Steinberg, and members of the LaRouche Youth Movement, on "`W' Is for Watergate: The Campaign to Remove Dick Cheney."
August 2, 2003:
EIR Intelligence leader Tony Papert on "The Synarchist Research Project."
July 26, 2003:
Featured Speakers: EIR Economics writers Richard Freeman and John Hoefle on "An `Economic 9/11' in the WorksWho? How? Why LaRouche Says We Must Force Cheney To Resign."
July 19, 2003:
Featured Speakers: EIR Middle East Editor Muriel Mirak-Weissbach, hosted by Harley Schlanger, on "LaRouche in Turkey and the Middle East."
July 12, 2003:
New Federalist Editor Nancy Spannaus discusses Lyndon LaRouche's latest initiative in Washington, and Cheney's protection racket: the Democratic Leadership Council.
July 5, 2003:
Andrew Spannaus, EIR correspondent in Milan, Italy, and European leaders of the LaRouche Movement, on "Infrastructure, Inc.: Moving the European Union Toward Implementing the LaRouche New Bretton Woods Plan."
June 28, 2003:
Host Michele Steinberg plays portions of Lyndon H. LaRouche's presentation to an educational event held on June 27 in Pennsylvania by the LaRouche Youth Movement.
June 21, 2003:
Guest: LaRouche's spokeswoman Debra Freeman, and members of the LaRouche Youth Movement.
June 14, 2003:
EIR Law Editor Edward Spannaus and members of the International LaRouche Youth movement, on: LaRouche Says Charges Against Cheney Constitute Grounds for Impeachment.
June 7, 2003:
Guest: Dennis SmallOrganizing for LaRouche's Great American
Desert Development Program
May 31, 2003:
Guest: Nancy Spannaus-"The Youth Movement that Created the American Revolution"
May 23, 2003:
Iraq: Mobilizing Against the Imperialism Madness. Featured Speaker: Sohair Soukkary, journalist, representative to the United Nations of the Arab Women's Solidarity Association, promoter of the "Cairo Declaration" to save the children of Iraq, and to ban economic blockades as weapons of mass destruction;
May 17, 2003:
SARSThe Thinking Required to Battle Disease (AIDS/HIVS, West Nile, and More)
Host is Michele Steinberg, Guests include Colin Lowry (21st Century Science and Technology Magazine).
May 10, 2003:
Youth Roundtable: Why LaRouche is the No. 1 Candidate on Campus, and by the Federal Election Commission! Host is Harley Schlanger
May 3, 2003:
Tony Papert and a panel of LaRouche Youth Movement organizers, on "Dick Cheney: The French Connection.
April 26, 2003:
LaRouche Campaign National Spokeswoman Debra Freeman.
April 19 , 2003
Robert Beltran, Actor and Director: Why We Need Classical Art in a Time of Turbulence
April 12, 2003:
"Leo Strauss, Warhawks, and Gentlemen FascistsWhat You Need To Know About the Philosophy, and the `Ignoble Liars' Behind Bush's No-exit War," with: Tony Papert, co-author "Children of Satan," a new pamphlet issued by Lyndon LaRouche's Presidential campaign committee; and leaders of the LaRouche Youth Movement.
April 5, 2003:
Members of the International LaRouche Youth Movement will discuss the "Leipzig Process" of organizing to change world history, and Amelia Robinson's impact in East Germany
March 29, 2003:
EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jeffrey Steinberg interviews filmmaker Tito Howard, director of the film "The Lost of Liberty," the story of the June 8, 1967 deliberate and unprovoked assault by Israeli armed forces on the U.S. surveillance ship U.S.S. Liberty, and the subsequent coverup. Later in the show, Michele Steinberg, joined by a panel of LaRouche movement organizers, discusses the war on Iraq, and the LaRouche strategy for peace.
March 22, 2003:
Historians David Shavin and Phil Valenti, and EIR Legal Editor Edward Spannaus, on "The United States Is Not an Empire: The Leibnizian Roots of the American Republic." (Authors of the Spring 2003 Fidelio Articles)
March 15, 2003:
Dr. Najib Al-Nauimi, former Justice Minister of Qatar and currently attorney for detainees at the U.S. military base at Guantanamo, Cuba; and Edward Spannaus, EIR Legal Editor.
March 8, 2003:
EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jeffrey Steinberg on the new nuclear doctrine, the strategic crisis, and the latest on Lyndon LaRouche versus the organized-crime-connected thugs in the Democratic National Committee and the strategic theater.
March 1, 2003:
Veteran civil rights leader and Schiller Institute Vice chairwoman Amelia Boynton Robinson.
February 22, 2003:
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, former candidate for Chancellor of Germany, founder of the international Schiller Institutes, and chairman of the Solidarity Civil Rights Movement party (Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidarität).
February 8, 2003:
Marsha Freeman of 21st Century Science & Technology magazine, and Bruce Director of the Constitutional Defense Fund, discuss Lyndon LaRouche's response to the Columbia shuttle disaster: a Gauss-Riemann space-science driver to put NASA back into business on a firm basis of American System economics, and to kick-start the collapsing U.S. and world economy.
February 1, 2003:
EIR Ibero-America writer Gretchen Small, on Ibero-America: The Crisis and the LaRouche Perspective on Emergency Measures.
January 25, 2003:
EIR's Michael Billington and Gail Billington on the Mekong infrastructure program in Southeast Asia, and with an update on East Asian events in terms of the LaRouche mission for world development.
January 18, 2003:
Colin Lowry, of 21st Century Science & Technology magazine, on "The Plague of AIDS: The Challenge to Science to Defeat Disease."
January 11, 2003:
Jacques Cheminade, former candidate for the President of France and head of the Solidarity and Progress party there.
January 4, 2003:
Economist, Statesman, and Democratic pre-Presidential candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
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