HOW TO TELL THE FUTURE by Lyndon LaRouche

Lyndon LaRouche said:

“The lesson to be learned from those and my other successes in long-range forecasting, is, that the ability to forecast long-range economic trends, depends upon a correct identification of the set of definitions, axioms, and postulates, which underlie the way in which successive, even radical changes in policy-making will be shaped over the relevant period ahead.

“The only cause for the cyclical forms of financial crashes, is that influential people swindle governments, other economic institutions, and the population more widely, into blind faith in a certain “generally accepted” set of definitions, axioms, and postulates, a set of axiomatics which is, in fact, not only false, but, ultimately, more or less fatally so.”

LYNDON LAROUCHE, HOW TO TELL THE FUTURE, 1999

 

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