LaRouche's Four Laws

 

LaRouche's Four Laws

Program for the US Economy


1. Re-enactment of the Glass Steagall Act, separating commercial from speculative banking and ending public bailouts of Wall Street gambling debts;

2. A new national bank or other credit-issuing mechanism, such as Lincoln’s Greenbacks, capable of producing massive amounts of credit for long-term economic projects;

3. Use of this national banking mechanism to selectively fund projects that will raise national physical productivity and create high-paying jobs in productive sectors of the economy; and

4. A crash program to develop fusion power—not only providing power for the entire planet, but to end raw materials shortages and to support mankind's exploration and development of the Solar System. 

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  • Jeannie Hockett
    commented 2020-01-05 00:25:22 -0500
    Einstein said “The world is a dangerous place to live not because of the people who are evil but because of the people who don’t do anything about it”. Thanks for doing something about it.