Lyndon LaRouche talks with youth organizers during the 2003 Presidents Day ICLC/Schiller Conference
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2:00 to 6:00 pm
Panel 1: KEYNOTE PRESENTATION A Tale of Two CitiesWashington & Sacremento:
What the Dickens Is Really Going On?
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.,
Chairman, ICLC; Founder and
Contributing Editor, EIR
Whats This Music Stuff All About?
LaRouche Youth Movement
Throws Down the Gauntlet: Rules Vs.
Creativity and Bel Canto
Presentations, demonstrations, refutations, and provocations
by members of the LaRouche Youth Movement,
assisted by Kathy Wolfe, Philip Ulanowsky, and John Sigerson
Sunday, August 31, 2003
10:30 am to 1:00 pm Panel 3: KEYNOTE PRESENTATION II
Overcoming Your Fears By Increasing Your Geistemassen
Helga Zepp LaRouche,
Founder and Chairman, Schiller Institute
This Conference is dedicated to the memory, and the mission of our recently departed colleague and political leader, H. Graham Lowry. Graham died on July 28, after a more than 30-year history in the LaRouche political movement, during which timehe made unique contributions to uncoveringthe Leibnizian roots of the American Revolution. Grahams groundbreaking work appeared in the book How the Nation was Won, published in 1988 by EIR
SPECIAL WEST COAST PANEL Classical Drama and the Imagination:
No More sir Lawrence Oliviers on the Stage
Harley Schlanger; Robert Beltran;
West Coast LaRouche Youth Drama Workshop
You are cordially invited to attend the Labor Day Conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees, "The World is at a Turning Point," a conference which will likely change your life, and world history. The conference will be held in Northern Virginia, beginning at 2 pm EDT on August 30, through Sunday evening, August 31, 2003.
For the first time ever, the Schiller/ICLC Conference will be held in two locations, one on the West Coast, and one on the East, in order to accommodate the growing number of youth, who are joining the LaRouche Youth Movement, and others. A video hookup will permit efficient, real-time participation by those convened in both locations.
The central theme of this semi-annual conference of the LaRouche political movement is the mobilization against the rush into fascism, led by Synarchist tool Dick Cheney, in the United States. The world is at a turning point, as in 1928-33, when it will be determined whether a new Hitler-style regime will emerge to threaten the world, or whether American patriots will coalesce behind the leadership of LaRouche, toward the establishment of an FDR-style policy which can bring peace and development.
Under this theme, it is especially appropriate that this conference will be dedicated to continuing the mission of the recently deceased H. Graham Lowry, a leading Labor Committee member and historian, who made lasting and invaluable contributions to uncovering and reviving the Leibnizian roots of the American Revolution.
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