Rachel Brown gives a presentation on Glass-Steagall to an audience of 150 people in Queens, New York. Basement Team researcher Aaron Halevy also presents an overview of the globally-extended NAWAPA project, which will be possible as soon as we in the United States win the fight for Glass-Steagall.
Lyndon LaRouche recorded this lecture for delivery to a Sept. 27 round table on "The World Crisis and Sustainable Development," held during the First International Scientific School - "Project Management of Sustained Innovation-based Development" at the Dubna International University of Nature, Society, and Man (Sept. 20-29, 2010).
Beyond the scope of the NAWAPA system itself, the full implementation and construction of the NAWAPA implies new logistical supply lines, industrial development, and management of resources in new areas, leading to what is in fact the full development of the continent, for the first time in human history.
Humankind’s harmony with nature is his ability to raise it to higher and higher levels of organization, and consequently our actions harmonize nature’s ability to be raised to higher and higher levels by man.
Michael Steger, and Liona Fan-Chiang, leaders of the the intellectual and political work surrounding NAWAPA in California, give a report from the front lines of organizing.
Bien au-delà de la portée du projet NAWAPA lui-même, la construction et l'exécution de NAWAPA nécessite de nouvelles lignes d'approvisionnement logistique, un développement industriel et une gestion des ressources naturelles dans de nouvelles régions, et nous conduit ultimement vers le développement du continent Nord-américain dans son entièreté, et ce pour la première fois de l'histoire de l'huma
Exposes the false debate of whether man has no impact on the universe, or does, but always a negative one. A much bigger idea of man's role in the universe is then introduced.