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Volume 8, Number 2, Summer 1999

Cover of Fidelio Volume 8, Number 2, Summer 1999


Peace Through Development for The Balkans  

Can the Destruction of Africa Be Stopped?  

by Linda de Hoyos

What It Takes To Be A World-Historical Leader Today  

by Helga Zepp LaRouche

Philosophical Vignettes from The Political Life of Moses Mendelssohn  

by David Shavin

Moses Mendelssohn and The Bach Tradition  

by Steven P. Meyer

Rabbi David Einhorn: A Leader in the Fight Against Slavery  


Needed: A New Marshall Plan for Balkan Peace and World Development  


Alexander Pushkin: Three Poems on Imprisonment and Freedom  


LaRouches Address Balkans Seminar in D.C.  

Kosovar Albanian Tours U.S. for ‘LaRouche Doctrine’  

LaRouche Leads Dialogue on World Crisis: Bonn Conference Focusses on Ideas for New Bretton Woods System  

U.S. Must Join ‘Survivors’ Club’  

An EIR-Schiller Institute seminar in Washington, D.C. on March 24, titled, “Why President Clinton Must Ally the U.S.A. with the Survivors’ Club,” convened at approximately the same time that U.S. and NATO aircraft began bombing Yugoslavia. The event was attended by some 100 people, representing about a dozen nations.

Rome Conference: Europe 2000: Zepp LaRouche Calls for ‘Council of Europe’  

Eastern Europe Seminars  

In early May, the Schiller Institute held seminars in Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary, which drew high-level government officials, as well as representatives of labor and industry.

Paris: International Gathering Debates LaRouche Perspective  

Prometheus Bound Performed in Australia  

Scandinavian Seminars  

During the week after the Bonn conference, seminars were held in Copenhagen, Denmark and Stockholm, Sweden on the topic “Russia-China-India: Key to the Eurasian Economy in the 21st Century.”


Freeing Ourselves from British Archaeological Frauds  

by Tony Papert


A Note on Ancient Infastructure  

The accompanying corrected map and explanation, incorporating an extract from the historian Herodotus, were submitted by Eli Santiago, in response to an error in a figure supplied to illustrate Lyndon LaRouche’s “On Eratosthenes, Maui’s Voyage of Discovery, and Reviving the Principle of Discovery Today,” which appeared in the Spring 1999 issue of Fidelio


A Gaze from the Beyond: The Extraordinary Faiyûm Portaits  

by Karel Vereycken and Philippe Messer

Translated by Dana Scanlon.

Alexander the Great in Egypt  


Elizabeth Borowsky, Pianist: ‘Music will help the children become whole’  

by Lawrence Freeman


‘God Is Revealed in the Smallest Work of His Creation’  

by Bonnie James


A Primer of Geopolitical Madness  

by Scott Thompson

The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives by Zbigniew Brzezinski

Crackpot Landlords vs. Mideast Peace  

by Harley Schlanger

City of Stone: The Hidden History of Jerusalem by Meron Benvenisti