Volume 6, Number 3, Fall 1997
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Michael O. Billington
by Paul Gallagher
The Exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche Is the Most Important Question for the Future of the United States
A translation of LaRouche’s essay, “The Science of Physical Economy as the Platonic Epistemological Basis for All Branches of Human Knowledge,” which was originally serialized in Executive Intelligence Review in 1994.
by Nina Ogden
Father Richard T. McSorley, S.J. was born on Oct. 2, 1914 in Philadelphia, Pa., and has taught at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. since 1961. He is currently the director of the University’s Center for Peace Studies. He founded the Dorothy Day Center-Catholic Workers Center in Washington, D.C. in 1980, is a board member of the Catholic Worker, and was a national board member of Pax Christi for six years. He is the author of eight books, including his autobiography, “My Path to Justice and Peace,” published last year. The following interview was conducted by Nina Ogden on July 11, 1997.
by Ted Andromidas
“At once full of form and full of abundance, at once philosophizing and creating, at once tender and energetic, we see [the Greeks] unite the youth of phantasy with manliness of reason in a glorious humanity.” —Friedrich Schiller
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
The Fire of Invention: Civil Society and the Future of the Corporation and Business As a Calling: Work and the Examined Life by Michael Novak
by Mark Burdman
The Long Affair: Thomas Jefferson and the French Revolution, 1785-1800
by Karel Vereycken
Portement de Croix: Histoire d’un tableau de Pierre Bruegel l’Ainé by Michael Gibson