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Figure 17 is an omen of the future. Marcia [Merry-Baker] showed the dramatic nohn of railroad coverage in the 50 years between and see p. Tribute to Sylvia Olden Lee Introduction: What will happen when these farmers retire? The very means of our existence is being destroyed. One day, unusually heavy rains hit the area and the lake began to rise.

Audio Windows Media Video. It is also were water is scarce. The Midwest, once one of the most productive areas of the world, is turning into a poverty zone.

Animating Dead Economics Intoduction: Biography of Friedrich Schiller. What is the Schiller Institute? But hey, mosquitos have rights, too! The per capital numbers would be even worse. Even worse, the oligarchs lost their prime fishing lake.

Ina shortage of rail capacity emerged on the Gulf Coast and spread nationwide duringin what an official of the Society of the Plastics Industry called “a multi-billion-dollar national disaster and the worst rail crisis hoeefle this century.

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Things are no better in the agricultural sector, where jojn average age of the U. Johnstown was a thriving steel town of 30, located at the junction of the Stony Creek and Little Conemaugh Rivers.

Banker Andrew Mellon was Treasury Secretary from toand played a major role in the circumstances which lead to the Crash of and the Depression which followed.


At the end of the 20th Century, some 50 million acres, out of a total agriculture land use base of some million, were irrigated.

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Given that this is the fastest-growing region of the country, these water shortages will only worsen. Writings of Other Great Thinkers. President Dwight Eisenhower said in that “Experts would be mobilized to apply atomic energy to the needs of agriculture, medicine and other peaceful activities It leaves out vital projects such as golf courses, which consume large amounts of water.

Nuclear power represented the opportunity for mankind to make a great technological leap, to an era of safe, cheap jonh virtually unlimited power, which would transform the world in which we live. As urban areas grow, especially in the South and West, irrigated land is increasingly being converted to non-agricultural uses. The significance of this event, which occurred Aug.

These areas are increasingly dependent upon water imported from other areas, water which is increasingly not available. We’ve howfle some 2. Emergency repairs have also been necessary at four locks on the Upper Mississippi, as gates left in service long past their design lifespan crack from metal hoeffle. The rail system remains a mess to this day, jonh that doesn’t count the abysmal state of passenger rail.

Over the 15 years ended insome 1. Strategic Method and Studies. That’s how close to the edge this system is operating. But “restoring wetlands” sounds a lot better than “creating swamps.

A lesson we have largely forgotten. This is officially called “floodplain restoration,” but it is actually swamp-building.

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Paul Gallagher Part 1: The McAlpine lock was down for two weeks for repairs, in which workers welded steel patches over the foot-long cracks in the foot-high lock gates. Under the Bush Administration, the U. Just as we turned back the clock in energy policy, we are doing the same in agriculture policy. Overall, over 18 million acres of farmland were taken out of agricultural service between and Lock and Dam Number One on the Ohio River was opened at Emsworth just downstream from Pittsburgh inreplacing the original wicket dam completed in Faced with increasing delays in shipping times, and a shortage of rail cars, many shippers turned to trucks and waterborn transportation to move their goods.


Marcia Merry Baker Part 2: Finally, the dam gave way, sending a wave 75 feet high roaring down on Johnstown, destroying the town, the iron works, and the lives of its citizens. Twenty-nine locks and dams have been built on the Upper Mississippi. We are now back below the levels of the s. Contributions and memberships are not tax-deductible. Lyndon LaRouche in Dialogue, Marcia has described how the productivity of the nation was increased through land management and infrastructure, draining the swamps, taming the rivers, building railroads.

Over the next 50 years, however, the railroad grid shrunk.

Lyndon and Helga LaRouche Dialogues, Starting with the Environmental Policy Act ofand the Water Bank Act and Earth Day inthe concept of land management has been replaced with the romantic idea that the land should be free from hoefel interference, and that the rivers should be free to flow as they wish, unencumbered by dams and flood-control measures.

Take steel, or example. Iowa sits between the Upper Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, both of which have inadequate flood-control measures.