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Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 1997

Cover of Fidelio Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 1997


Time To Put This Country On the March Once Again  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Happiness  

by Robert Trout

The Confederate Legacy Of Thomas Jefferson  

by Richard Freeman

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz—The Unity of the Churches, and Russia  

by Dr. Ambrosius Eszer, O.P.

The Platonic Christian Concept Of Time-Reversal  

by William F.Wertz, Jr.


Create a New Bretton Woods System, Build the Eurasian Land-Bridge  


European Conference: ‘Our Future: The Eurasian Land-Bridge Economy’  

Washington, D.C. Policy Forums: Rebuild Bosnia, Africa  

LaRouches Visit Embattled Sudan  

Music Conference in Italy: Art and Science Are One and the Same  

U.S. Supreme Court Accepts Amicus  

LaRouche at Alabama Martin Luther King Celebrations: ‘Put this Country on the March Again!’  

NBCSL: ‘Investigate Bush Role in Crack Epidemic!’  

Movement Builds vs. Pennsylvania Medical Cuts  


Most Reverend Justin Francis Rigali, Archbishop of St. Louis: ‘The need to have the global view is not sufficiently understood’  

by Nina Ogden and William F. Wertz, Jr.


Leonardo from LaRouche’s Standpoint: The Principle of Least Action  

by Susan Welsh


An Intimate Poetry of Pain and Laughter  

by Nora Hamerman


Economic Wealth Flows from the Mind  

by Lawrence Freeman

Outlines of American Political Economy, in Twelve Letters to Charles J. Ingersoll by Friedrich List with a Commentary by Michael Liebig, and an Epilogue by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Beethoven, ‘Da Capo’  

by John Sigerson

Beethoven: The First Biography by Johann Aloys Schlosser, edited with an Introduction and Notes by Barry Cooper, translated from the German by Reinhard G. Pauly

Product of a World of Genius  

by David Shavin

Fanny Mendelssohn by Françoise Tillard, translated by Camille Naish.