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The LaRouche Legacy Foundation

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This article appears in the May 1, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche - The LaRouche Legacy Foundation

The LaRouche Legacy Foundation announces the publication of Volume I of Lyndon LaRouche Collected Works, with an Introduction by Helga Zepp-LaRouche. Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., who passed away in February 2019, was a prolific writer, speaker, and thinker, who made unique contributions to the fields of economics, classical culture, history, philosophy, and science. This first volume features four of his most important and influential writings on the science of physical economy:

• So, You Wish To Learn All About Economics?

• There Are No Limits to Growth

• The Science of Christian Economy

• Earth’s Next Fifty Years

Lyndon LaRouche emerged, over the course of the 1970s and 1980s, to rank among the most controversial international political figures of his time, as well as an original thinker who made groundbreaking discoveries in the fields of physical economy, classical culture, physical science, historiography, philosophy, and more. Few modern thinkers have been so maligned by his political opponents and the mass media, while gaining the profound respect of leading international figures who studied his works:

“It is now necessary for the world to listen to the wise words of Lyndon LaRouche.” Former President of Mexico José López Portillo.

“Mr. LaRouche will certainly find his place in history. He was treated unfairly in his life, for his vision and his work.” Former Attorney General of the United States Ramsey Clark.

Now the modern reader can judge for himself or herself, with access to LaRouche’s basic writings in a handsome, hardcover edition (776 pages).

A publisher’s preface and an Introduction by LaRouche’s wife, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, outline the scope and importance of the publishing project which LaRouche Legacy Foundation has undertaken, which will likely extend to dozens of volumes, accompanied by a digital archive.

Contact Megan Beets at the LaRouche Legacy Foundation (info@larouchelegacyfoundation.org or 929.777.5302) for further information. Please visit LaRouche Legacy Foundation online.