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Volume 8, Number 3, Fall 1999

Cover of Fidelio Volume 8, Number 3, Fall 1999


How To Save a Dying U.S.A.  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

SYMPOSIUM: Alexander Pushkin, Russia’s Poet of Universal Genius

Introduction: Pushkin and Schiller  

by Helga Zepp LaRouche

The Living Memory of Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin  

by Rachel B. Douglas

‘Pushkin Was a Live Volcano . . .’  

by E.S. Lebedeva

The Mystery of Pushkin’s Death  

by Vadim V. Kozhinov


Music, Judaism, and Hitler  


LaRouche to U.S. Conference: ‘Rebuild the Nation on Principles of F.D.R.’  

Washington, D.C. Seminar: LaRouche Balkans Plan Aired  

Ukrainian Candidate Vitrenko Target of Assassination Attempt  

Faris Nanic Tours U.S. for Balkan Reconstruction  

Institute Reps in Hungary, Slovakia  

Colombia’s Gen. Bedoya Calls for Alliance vs. Drugs  

‘Triangular Association’ Founded in India  

Mexico Seminar on ‘Excellence in Education’  

Institute Paper Read at Hungarian Academy of Sciences  

European Conference: Launch New Campaign for Verdi Tuning  

86,87 cont  


Wisconsin Festival Features Wilhelm Tell  

by Glenn Mesaros


Peter Etter, President, Wilhelm Tell Guild  

by Marianna Wertz


Unlocking the Civilization of Ancient Egypt: How Champollion Deciphered the Rosetta Stone  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach


Walter Rosenblum: Homage to the Subject  

by Philip Ulanowsky


‘Poisson’s Spot’: The Transfinite Principle of Light  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum


For a Verdi Opera in the Verdi Tuning in 2001