The current global financial system collapsed at the end of July 2007, just days after Lyndon LaRouche declared it dead during his July 25th webcast. The world needs a new economic system—but exactly what would a "New Bretton Woods" system entail? Read the items below to find out.
The record of the CEC's fight for a New Bretton Woods
LPACTV: The True Story of The Bretton Woods
LPACTV: Britain Vs. Bretton Woods
LPACTV: Franklin Roosevelt or John Maynard Keynes
What Is the Real New Bretton Woods?
LaRouche's original call for a New Bretton Woods
What is a New Bretton Woods Financial System?
The International call for a New Bretton Woods
Some articles regarding the New Bretton Woods.
Get the internationally circulating petition:
- "On a Basket of Hard Commodities:Trade without Currency"
by Lyndon LaRouche, July 18, 2000.
- "FDR's 'New Deal': An Example of American System Economics"
by Harmut Kramer, June 16, 2000.
- "World Monetary Reform: Regional Organisation under a New Bretton Woods"
by Lyndon LaRouche, June 3, 2000.
LaRouche's fight for a New Bretton Woods: The record
"Rome Media Reported The Italian Parliament's Call For A "New Bretton Woods Commission."
by Lyndon LaRouche, May 21, 2004
Financial System on "Red Alert"; Governments Must Adopt National Banking NOW, May 23, 2005
On the Subject of Strategic Bankruptcy, May 14, 2005
Guts & Government, May 10, 2005
Bonkers in the Bunkers: Bush White House Flight Forward a National Security Threat, April 30, 2005
Helga Zepp-LaRouche circulates call for New Bretton Woods, April 29, 2005
FROM LYNDON H. LAROUCHE, JR.:Emergency Action By the Senate, April 13, 2005
Italian Parliament Approves LaRouche-inspired Motion for International Monetary Conference, April 14, 2005
Italian Parliament Endorses Call for New Monetary System, April 14, 2005
Italian Chamber of Deputies approves motion for a reform of the international monetary system, April 7, 2005
LaRouche's New Bretton Woods Debated in Italian Parliament, March 25, 2005
Italian Parliament debates urgent need for LaRouche's New Bretton Woods, March 16, 2005
Motion on Convening an International Conference for a New Monetary and Financial System, March 16, 2005
William Engdahl, "What the Bretton Woods System Really Was Designed to Do,"
"New Bretton Woods" In Italian Parliament, March 14, 2005
Renewed Call For A New Bretton Woods Conference, November 9, 2002
Italian Parliament Calls For A "New Financial Architecture", September 27, 2002