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It Need Not Be a Summer of Hell

Rush hour on the L. (Tasayu Tasnaphun / flickr) (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)   DOWNLOAD PDF The chaos and panic that the collapse of New York City’s infrastructure is producing—the onrushing “Summer of Hell” that New Yorkers have been promised, and … Continue reading

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LaRouche On The Record: Restore Glass-Steagall Now!

EIR One-Minute short: With President Trump now telling Bloomberg that he is “actively considering” restoring Glass-Steagall, the role that the LaRouche movement has played for close to a decade in leading this fight is now more significant than ever, with … Continue reading

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EIR Testimony on Maryland House Resolution HJ4 moving Congress To Restore the Glass-Steagall Act

Testimony of Paul Gallagher, Executive Intelligence Review Economics Co-Editor March 3, 2017 Committee Chair and Delegates, Thank you very much for holding today’s hearing on the resolution to the U.S. Congress to restore the Glass-Steagall Act separating commercial bank units … Continue reading

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Neocons, the Media, and Liberal Democrats — Not Strange Bedfellows, But United British Assets

Then President Barack Obama and Senator John McCain, March 2009. Photo: whitehouse.gov   Two important documents were released on March 4 on the extreme danger of war being instigated by the hysterical and absurd demonization of any U.S. contacts with … Continue reading

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Glass-Steagall Debate in Italy: The Timing Is Right

Leader of Movisol & long-time collaborator of Lyndon and Helga LaRouche, Liliana Gorini addresses the Alba conference, “The Real Economy through Bank Separation and Microcredit”   A local debate in Alba (Piedmont) organized by a Movisol supporter on Saturday, Nov. … Continue reading

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Bank Lobby Is Rolling Back Derivatives Regulations in U.S. and Europe; Only Glass-Steagall Will Stop These Killers

Policy makers in Europe and the U.S. still refuse to face the reality that unless the derivatives bubble is eliminated through Glass-Steagall measures, no financial system is possible. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is not expected to vote … Continue reading

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Send Congress Back to Enact Glass-Steagall Law — Lame Duck is Too Late

Wells Fargo is implicated in even more cheating and lying, this time to its small business clients. [Ildar Sagdejev / Wikimedia]   DOWNLOAD PDF Americans should not tolerate a Congress that held hearings on “getting tough with Wall Street,” and … Continue reading

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Die Welt: ‘Deutsche Bank Threatens U.S. Government with Systemic Collapse’

On the day when Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan is travelling to Washington, the daily Die Welt delivered a message from the German establishment, in an article headlined “Deutsche Bank Threatens U.S. Government with Systemic Collapse.” It is a chicken … Continue reading

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The West Can No Longer Hide the Collapse of the Trans-Atlantic Financial System

Deutche Bank Photo: jhderojas   DOWNLOAD PDF Headlines in the leading press in Europe and the U.S. make it very clear that the Financial Lords of Wall Street and the City of London can no longer hide the impending, and … Continue reading

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Deutsche Bank Trigger Set To Go

Deutsche Bank officials arrive in Washington this week in the hopes of finishing off a deal with the DOJ to reduce the pending fines for mortgage-backed securities fraud, from $14 billion to $5.4 billion. News coverage of DB’s woes includes … Continue reading

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