LaRouche on the Record: #3

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Welcome to LaRouche on the Record -- a series of excerpts of Lyndon LaRouche, in his own words, discussing the need for a New Bretton Woods. lpac.co/ontherecord In this episode, we hear Lyndon LaRouche speaking at a LaRouche movement conference in Northern Virginia on Sept 1, 2001, just ten days before the attacks of 9/11. He speaks of the difference between economics based on shareholder value, and economics based on promotion of the general welfare of the nation and its posterity. To accurately determine those policies that promote the general welfare, requires understanding of the role of industry, agriculture, infrastructure, and, most importantly, scientific and technological advancement, and cultural progress. This requires discovery as the basis of knowing, in opposition to popular opinion as a source of beliefs.

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