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Volume 13, Number 3, Fall 2004

Cover of Fidelio Volume 13, Number 3, Fall 2004

Those Populist Fools Who Would Seek A Contract Even With God  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A Shakespeare Dialogue: Acting on the Stage of History

Will Shakespeare’s Mission Be Ours  

by Stanley Ezrol

The Art of Classical Thinking: A Look at Shakespeare’s ‘Legend’ Plays  

by Terry Jones

Reflections on Shakespeare as a Historian: The Roman Plays  

by Gerald Rose

The One and the Many, And the Dialogue Among Cultures  

by Helga Zepp LaRouche

Indira Gandhi, In Memoriam  

by Kenneth Kronberg

LaRouche’s India in Universal History: The Essential Poetry of Science  

by Richard Welsh

Prehistoric Man’s Maritime Culture  

by Ken Kronberg


On the 20th Anniversary of the Schiller Institute, The LaRouche Youth Movement Fights For the Inalienable Rights of Man  

Documentation: The Schiller Institute’s 1984 Declaration of the Inalienable Rights of Man


LaRouche PAC at Democratic Convention: New PAC To Mobilize America’s ‘Forgotten Man’  

Webcast: Either Restore FDR Ideas, or Face Fascism  

‘LaRouche Doctrine’ Key: Support Grows For Iraq Solution  

Germany’s ‘Monday Rallies’ Restarted! Zepp LaRouche Sparks Drive for Jobs, Recovery  

LaRouche Warns of Terror Threat, Quijano Factor  


The First Measurement of the Universe  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum


Al-Andalus: The Melting-Pot Culture That Created a Renaissance  

by Bonnie James


Verdi’s La Traviata—The Woman Who Went Astray  

by William F. Wertz, Jr.

So Close to Perfection: A Failed Effort at Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro  

by Harley Schlanger


Children of Satan: The Book  

by Michele Steinberg

Children of Satan by LaRouche PAC.

Our Mentally Challenged President  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Bush on the Couch—Inside the Mind of the President by Justin A. Frank, M.D.

A Big ‘#-@@!–You’ to America  

Who Are We? The Challenges to America’s National Identity by Samuel P. Huntington.

The Antithesis of the ‘Practical Man’  

by Nancy Spannaus

Benjamin Franklin, An American Life by Walter Isaacson