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Volume 12, Number 2, Summer 2003

Cover of Fidelio Volume 12, Number 2, Summer 2003


The True Statesman: The Historical Individual  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Friedrich Schiller: The Loftiest Ideal of Man  

by Helga Zepp LaRouche

The Mission of the Schiller Institute  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Johannes Brahms’ ‘Four Serious Songs’— An Introduction  

by Anno Hellenbroich

I.L. Peretz, Father of the Yiddish Renaissance  

by Paul Kreingold

What is Yiddish?  

by Paul Kreingold


Tragedy, or Triumph: Which Shall It Be?  

The Bad Schwalbach Declaration: ‘This War Must Be Stopped’  

The Bangalore Declaration: ‘Toward a New World Order’  


Optimism of LaRouche Youth Movement Dominates U.S. Schiller Conference  

International Attendance Marks European Conference: ‘How To Reconstruct a Bankrupt World’  

Amelia Robinson Addresses Leipzig Peace Rally: ‘LaRouche Is the Man’  

LaRouche’s ‘New Bretton Woods’ Introduced in Italian Senate  

LaRouches in India: For a Just, New Economic Order!  


Actor and Director Robert Beltran  

by Harley Schlanger

‘In working with these young people, I can become part of this Renaissance’


On Principles and Powers  

by Bruce Director


Pedagogical Exercises in a Russian Classroom  

by Dr. Nina V. Gromyko


Leonardo da Vinci: Master of Time and Motion  

by Bonnie James


Revolt of the ‘Leo-Cons’  

by Michele Steinberg

Children of Satan: The ‘Ignoble Liars’ Behind Bush’s No-Exit War by LaRouche in


A Revisionist Pax Americana  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

American Empire by Andrew J. Bacevich

Beethoven’s Fidelio, the Inspiration for Fidelio Magazine  

by William F. Wertz, Jr.