Lyndon LaRouche keynoted the Jan. 19 2004 Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by the Talladega County (Alabama) Democratic Conference. City Councilman Rev. Horace Patterson introduced the first speaker, civil rights heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson, then vice chairman of the Schiller Institute, who in turn introduced LaRouche.
From Plato to Lyndon LaRouche, the fallacy of sense perception has been the foundational topic for the advancement of mankind in all of humanity's past. This interactive report covers the boundaries of sight, hearing and language, which leads us to look to the famous Helen Keller to answer the question: what really is mind, after all?
In this third and final installment of the Who We Fight Series, we look at the relationship between John F. Kennedy and the WWII generation in fighting the British Empire.
Harley Schlanger's remarks from Jacques Cheminade's November 17th conference.