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WHAT AUSTRALIA MUST DO to Survive the Depression

WHAT AUSTRALIA MUST DO
to Survive the Depression


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Draft Legislation for Australia

Schematic of a national bank

1. A New National Bank

In 1994, following extensive discussions with Lyndon LaRouche, the CEC composed draft legislation to re-establish the Commonwealth Bank as a national bank, with expanded powers and functions along the lines originally envisaged by King O’Malley first, and then by John Curtin and Ben Chifley. A summary of the draft bank bill is followed by the draft legislation itself.
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2. A Debt Moratorium for Farms and Industries.....

Under globalisation, deregulation, and an unjust tax system, our hard-working farmers and industrial entrepreneurs have been savaged. They urgently need relief, in order that we can begin the process of the reconstruction of Australia’s physical economy. Toward that end, the CEC drafted the Productive Industries and Farms Domestic Debt Moratorium, Amelioration, and Restructuring Bill, a summary of which follows and then the legislation itself.
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The Australian Ad: "An Urgent Call for a New National Bank", September 26, 2002


 

SPECIAL REPORT
The Infrastructure Road to Recovery

  • Let's Build Our Way Out of the Depression! p. 11
  • Revive the Nation-State and the Common Good
  • Rebuild Australia's Collapsed Infrastructure
  • Develop the Biosphere, and the Noosphere
  • A Snowy Veteran Keeps Fighting
  • Build the Eurasian Land-Bridge!

  • Populate or Perish: We Need 50 Million People! p. 14
  • 62 Million Australians by 2050?
  • The Nation-State and Population Growth
  • Prince Philip and Other Great Apes
  • LaRouche's "Potential Relative Population Density"

  • Building a Nation: The Snowy Scheme p. 17
  • The Snowy Vision
  • William Hudson: Snowy Mountains Engineer

  • Great Water Projects p. 20
  • Water for Australia
  • The Fitzroy River
  • The Ord and Victoria Rivers
  • The Daly, the Roper, and the Gulf of Carpentaria Rivers
  • The Reid Scheme
  • The Bradfield Scheme
  • The Dawson Scheme
  • The Burnett River
  • The Clarence Scheme
  • The Murray-Darling Basin
  • Tasmania
  • Melbourne
  • Northwest Victoria
  • Adelaide
  • Finke River
  • Esperance/Kalgoorlie Pipeline
  • Perth/Wheat Belt

    What is a New Bretton Woods monetary system?

    The establishment of a New Bretton Woods international monetary system. The present free trade system of "globalisation" is destroying the nation's agriculture and industry. The Citizens Electoral Council will work for a "New Bretton Woods" system: A return to the best features of the original Bretton Woods system including tariff protection, fixed exchange rates and government support, through banking and otherwise, for agriculture and industry more...

    Bankrupcty reorganisation and a credit system

    Without a bankruptcy reorganisation, of the entire global monetary system, and the creation of a new international credit system, no amount of bailouts and stimuli will work. more...

    The "Four Powers"

    Lyndon LaRouche is working to bring together the U.S. with China, Russia and India, to create the framework for a new international credit system. more...


    LaRouche's economic policy prescriptions

    The State Of Our Union: The End of Our Delusion! HTML

    LaRouche Calls For A New, Equitable International Monetary-financial System,
    In The FDR Tradition - HTML

    The Economic Recovery Act of 2007 - HTML PDF

    LaRouche's Bank Protection Act - HTML

    THE EURASIAN LAND-BRIDGE IS BECOMING A REALITY!
    A New World Order of Peace Through Development Corridors - HTML

    LaRouche: The Rules for Survival - HTML

    End-Game Forecasts - HTML

    What the Congress Needs to Learn The Lost Art of The Capital Budget - HTML

    People first! by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., October 4, 1998 -HTML


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