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Petrarch: Reviving the
Great Minds of the Past
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Your heart can
actually be opened
Believing Is Not
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The Renaissance, and the
Rediscovery of Plato and the Greeks
The Joy of Reading
Shattering Axioms, Fighting
For Our Future!
A PRESENTATION BY THE
LAROUCHE YOUTH MOVEMENT
|The Roosevelt Syndrome
LaRouche in Turkey: Remove Cheney from Power
Maestro Briano Visits Los Angeles
Graham Lowrys Historic Mission
Amelia Robinson Addresses Leipzig Peace Rally
The Immense Debt of Ibero_America to the German-Jewish Renaissance
The Shaman Coat
Fall 2003 Fidelio Released
Those features, all of which challenge the false axiomatic assumptions that have led the world to the current crisis, include:
Also in the issue are the following:
Both Carlos Cota Meza and Graham Lowry distinguished themselves for all eternity as soldiers for the truth, who had the courage to stand up against the fascist, synarchist ideology of Hispanidad at great personal sacrifice, even as others remained silent or worse.
Through the lives they lived, they both embodied the principle, as LaRouche spells it out in this issue, that "Believing Is Not Necessarily Knowing." May they both be an inspiration to the LaRouche Youth Movement, for, as Friedrich Schiller wrote: What greater gift than truth has any man to give to man?
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