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.
Brain-dead leaders of the Boston Democratic party thwart the intention of Delegates to the State Convention, blocking the Glass Steagall resolution. The Rachel for Congress campaign still had a significant effect on the convention, finding Barney Frank and Obama have lost the support of many in the democratic party. Also, a LaRouchePAC cultural intervention on the fascism of Wagner.