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Volume 7, Number 1, Spring 1998

Cover of Fidelio Volume 7, Number 1, Spring 1998


How To Think In a Time of Crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Lincoln Revolution  

by Anton Chaitkin

1797, The ‘Year of the Ballad’—In the Poets’ Workshop  

by Rosa Tennenbaum


Completing the ‘Unfinished Work’ of the Lincoln Revolution  


Washington, D.C. Conference: LaRouche: ‘The Thinking One Percent Must Save Mankind’  

Conference Draws from Europe, Africa, China: How To Survive 1998’s ‘Moment of Truth’  

Eastern Europe Seminar: ‘The Mind of Man Is the Source of Wealth’  

Prague: Land-Bridge Key to Global Development  

New Bretton Woods System Discussed in Warsaw  

African Civil Rights Movement Founded  

China’s Relevance to Africa: Zepp LaRouche Speaks at Nigeria Summit  

Washington, D.C. Symposium: Education for Moral Character: The Musical Example  

Heinrich Heine Celebrated in N.Y.C.  


Thomanerchor Brings the Spirit of J.S. Bach to the Poor  

by Alan Ogden


Making Visible the ‘Motion of the Mind’  

by Bonnie James

The first major exhibition of the work of Filippino Lippi (1457-1504), one of the most important artists of the Fifteenth-century Italian Renaissance, was on display at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art from Oct. 28, 1997 to Jan. 11, 1998. Entitled “The Drawings of Filippino Lippi and His Circle,” the exhibit brought together rare works on loan from museums around the world, including 117 drawings— 80 by Filippino—plus others by Fra Filippo Lippi (Filippino’s father), Sandro Botticelli, Piero di Cosimo, Raphael Sanzio, and other Florentine masters.


Sylvia Olden Lee: ‘Pay attention to the words. Know what you’re talking about...’  


Murder of a Princess  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Death of a Princess—The Investigation by Thomas Sancton and Scott MacLeod

The House of Windsor and the Hitler Project  

by Scott Thompson

The Royals by Kitty Kelley

Hamilton, Without the Revolution (Or, LaRouche, Without LaRouche)  

by Anton Chaitkin

Hamilton’s Republic: Readings in the American Democratic Nationalist Tradition edited by Michael Lind

When ‘Just the Facts’ Isn’t Enough  

by Denise Henderson

Frederick Douglass by Benjamin Quarles

The Characteristic Truth  

by Sylvia Brewda

The Harmony of the World by Johannes Kepler, translated by E.J. Aiton, A.M. Duncan, and J.V. Fields Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society, 1997