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July 8, 2008

“…while a nation goes speculation crazy the people neglect to think of fundamental principles.”

These were the words of Franklin Roosevelt in the months leading into the Democratic National Convention of 1932. Roosevelt knew that the fight for the United States Presidency was not simply a game of political machines and punditry, but that this coming fight demanded a leader who understood the historic enemy of the United States and the founding principles of the nation.

The case is put forward by Larouche is that the Civil War was instigated by the British, who saw the US as a threat to their global empire that was based on slavery, control of natural resources, the opium trade and its attendant addiction of target populations.

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