Glass-Steagall: Executive Intelligence Review; Volume 42, Issue 28

Glass-Steagall: Executive Intelligence Review; Volume 42, Issue 28

Author: Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.

Pages: 70

Category: Economic Conditions

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July 14—What is mankind’s answer to the problems which threaten the planet at this time? It is self-evident that that question should be the pole-star for the mind of every man and woman, but only a very, very few can even entertain it today. The reason is obvious. Stupidity rules as an iron law over every association in the United States and Western Europe,—except for an occasional one or perhaps two, whose members can be counted on one hand. And the other, equivalent name for stupidity is indifferentism. In the United States, the tyranny is most absolute in the southern states of what is often called the “former” Confederacy, but which is a Confederacy still very much alive, as recent events have underlined. Indifference to the rights of humanity is intrinsically illegal. No policy may exist which lacks good grounds for existence in those terms. We must cancel Wall Street as having no humanly moral reason to exist: other than money!

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