Schiller Institute Conference September 10-11: Inspiring Humanity To Survive the Greatest Crisis in World History

The upcoming international Schiller Institute is devoted to American economist and thinker Lyndon LaRouche, who was born 100 years ago on September 8, and passed away in February 2019. Only now is the world coming to realize how advanced LaRouche’s economic ideas and forecasts have been over the past more than fifty years. From the August 15, 1971, decoupling of the U.S. dollar from gold, to the presentation in June 2014 of his “Four Laws” to save the U.S. and the world economy, Lyndon LaRouche provided solutions for each phase of the crisis of the past decades.

The purpose of this conference is to deliberate upon and propose solutions, based upon the principles of physical economy he developed, which might still rescue mankind from what might appear to be, but need not be, the road to self-destruction.

Speakers from around the world will participate in the four panels, two on Saturday Sept. 10 and two on Sunday, Sept. 11, starting at 16:00 CET on both days:

PANEL I: How To Inspire Humanity To Survive the Greatest Crisis in World History

PANEL II: Defend the Right To Deliberate! Speak Out Against Blacklists and the Suppression of the Search for Truth

PANEL III: “Presenting the ‘LaRouche Library’: LaRouche in Dialogue with the World’s Nations”

PANEL IV: The Art of Optimism: Using the Classical Principle To Change the World

The conference language is English, with simultaneous translation available on Zoom in French, German and Spanish. Registration (free of charge) is open at

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