"Lyndon LaRouche explains how America's economy can win again," is the first of a two part interview Washington Times conducted with economist Lyndon LaRouche, published December 28 & 29.
The Washington Times' Joseph Cotto begins the first interview by saying:
"Economics and politics are two subjects that are more intertwined than any others which I can imagine.
Few people in modern America have attracted a greater deal of controversy for their views on the aforementioned than Lyndon LaRouche has. Over the last several decades, he has played an active role in forecasting financial trends, promoting the use of manufacturing technology, and emphasizing space exploration, among other things.
Despite undergoing several unsuccessful campaigns for the presidency, and even a stint in federal prison, LaRouche continues to share his opinions.
In this first part of a candid interview, he explains about how America can reclaim its economic vitality, whether or not free trade is good for our country, what might be done to reinvigorate the manufacturing sector, and much more.
You can find part one of the interview here and part two of the interview, "Lyndon LaRouche on illegal immigration, space exploration, and his career," here.