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A History of Ideas About the Earth. With a new understanding of the global resources of water and petroleum, and the problems of climate change.
In this must-read economic classic, Friedrich List elaborates most poignantly the difference between the British-imperial free trade doctrine and the "American System" of economics, which was later to guide also Germany and Japan in their industrialisation.
A Memorial Edition, features translations by Marianna
Wertz, Schiller Institute Vice President, whose exemplary life and work,
reflects Schiller’s concept of the Sublime.Included are poems The Dance, The Artists, The Pledge, The Walk, The
Count of Hapsburg and others; Maria Stuart, as well as essays on Schiller' s
Next time your hear a debate about what to cut from the federal budget to put it into balance, turn off the TV. This popular palaver is the equivalent of rearranging the deck chairs of the sinking Titanic.
Written by Lyndon LaRouche for his 2000 U.S. presidential campaign, this book is more timely than ever. It provides a unique insight into the anti-globalisation, pro-nation state policies of the man who is at the centre-stage of U.S. and world politics.
The right to free speech has been severely curtailed in Victoria, because the State Parliament passed the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001, which provides jail terms or huge fines for "racial vilification". The power behind the Act was the Anti-Defamation Commission of B'nai B'rith (ADC), the Australian daughter organisation to the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (ADL) in the U.S. The ADC's aim was to shut down LaRouche and the Citizens Electoral Council's political organising in Australia.