A Reconstruction Program for the United States: Implement Lyndon LaRouche’s Four Laws and Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Second Bill of Rights - LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat
LIVE every Thursday, 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific - On January 11,1944, Franklin Roosevelt outlined his post-war vision for the United States as a second Bill of Rights: the right to employment with an income sufficient for life’s necessities and family, the farmer’s right to a fair income, freedom from monopolies and unfair competition, the right to housing, medical care, social security, and education. He was also telling Winston Churchill that British colonialism must end; the arsenal of democracy would develop the entire world to a state worthy of human beings.
President Trump has just proposed a $2 trillion dollar infrastructure program, which, with his Artemis Moon Mars crash program could make possible a complete reversal of the five decades old mistake in which we turned our productive economy into a consumer driven post-industrial scrapheap. Lyndon LaRouche proposed Four Laws for economic recovery in 2014 which would guarantee Roosevelt’s vision of the economic Bill of Rights. Now, the way is wide open, both here and internationally, for implementing these principles.
Bob Baker will talk about Roosevelt’s vision tonight; Kesha Rogers will discuss the implications of LaRouche’s Four laws for implementing this vision, and Debra Freeman will update the state of battle against the virus. Join us for tonight’s discussion.