United States President
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Occupation:Economist, and Founder & Contributing Editor, Executive Intelligence Review.
Occupational Background:Management Consultant, Economist 1947-48, 1952-72; Founder Executive Intelligence Review, news weekly, 1974; Co-founder Fusion Energy Foundation; member the Schiller Institute.
Educational Background:public schools Rochester, NH and Lynn, MA; Northeastern University 1940-42, 1946-47.
Prior Governmental Experience:none.
THE VOTER IS NEXT IN THE ARENAby Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Sunday, February 22, 2004
Many voters choose their candidates the way they choose to cheer for a sports figure in the arena. Soon, that will change. We are on the edge of a collapse of present world monetaryfinancial system, a collapse more dangerous than what President Franklin Roosevelt faced in March 1933, whether President Bush is willing to face that reality, or not. You, the voter, personally, are in the arena.
In the meantime, Senator John Kerry and I will
soon be the only major Democratic candidates who will be left standing. It
is important that he and I now begin to face off in constructive debates on
the policies which the next President will be facing this coming January.
It will be a friendly debate, but a very serious one. The economic policy
you choose will be crucial.
Although the present world economic crisis is worse
than in 1933, the philosophy of President Franklin Roosevelt is a model for
the only sane alternative available to the U.S. now. My policies are detailed,
and on my campaign website:www.larouchein2004.com. You are in the arena of
a world economic crisis. Dont be a sidewalk superintendent. Act in this
election as if your personal future depended upon it. It does.
(This information furnished by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.)