The first question from Lyndon LaRouche's webcast of May 17th, 2013, on the continued organizing for Glass-Steagall.
The fourth question from Lyndon LaRouche's webcast of May 17th, 2013, on the significance of the introduction of Glass-Steagall in the U.S. Senate for those, like many state legislators around the country, who have been organizing for a national economic recovery.
Quick update from the first day of organizing on Capitol Hill with S. 985, the Senate bill to restore FDR's Glass-Steagall.
The second question from Lyndon LaRouche's webcast of May 17th, 2013, on LaRouche's suggestion for any additional measures, beyond the recent introduction of Glass-Steagall into the U.S. Senate, to reinspire the spark of creative imagination among Europeans and others.
If the Democratic Party wishes to survive, it must cease being the party of Barney Frank and Barack Obama. In order to restore its legacy as the party of Franklin Roosevelt, it must, immediately, boldly, and unequivocally, move for the reinstatement of the full and complete 1933 Glass-Steagall legislation, in direct opposition to Barack Obama. Only Barack Obama's immediate forced resignation from the Office of President, can insure the survival of the United States, and the restoration of Franklin Roosevelt's dream.
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