The United States needs a national purpose, a joint mission for the future for all of its people. That mission must be nothing less than that proposed by economist Lyndon LaRouche in his Four Laws of physical economy. Following a powerful keynote address by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, a “New Economic Platform” team briefs participants on how Manhattan can lead the nation and the Trump Administration to join the world-wide Belt and Road initiative to create durable peace and prosperity.
Speakers include :
-Hal Cooper, PhD, PE, Chairman, Freight Transport Advisory Board, Seattle, Washington; Albert Pozotrigo, PE, Executive Vice President and Director of Construction Management at M&J Engineering; Richard Trifan, V.P. of Government Relations & Trade at The Eurasia Center, and Enterprise Asset Management Business Lead for the New York MTA; Jason Ross, Schiller Institute, editor-in-chief of 21st Century Science & Technology.