Does the United States Need a Beautiful Culture?
Megan Beets addresses today's meeting to discuss the most overlooked, but essential aspect of Lyndon LaRouche's discovery in economics: the role of beauty and culture. To say the United States' culture (not to mention most of Europe's) stinks, is an understatement. But how many citizens take responsibility for their role in perpetuating its degenerate obsession with banal movies, video games, violence, drugs and sex? Even were the coup against Trump is ended, and we enact LaRouche's "Four Laws" of economic recovery as policy, the culture must be transformed to desire that which is beautiful, for the policies to work.