For over 40 years, Michael James Carr has been working on LaRouche’s campaign to develop science and technology throughout the world. He grew up in the City of St. Louis at the time of the building of the Gateway Arch and the development of NASA’s Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs. Through study and many trips across the nation, he saw that the history of American invention, engineering, and production processes showed a pathway towards an optimistic future. During the same time, the Apollo Project, nuclear power, and other engineering endeavors were coming under massive un-American, pessimistic, political, and cultural assault. Mike decided that instead of pursuing aerospace engineering, he would become involved in politics in order to straighten things out. While attending George Washington University, he quickly became aware of the disregard for truth and unseemly pessimistic admiration for the British Empire, on the part of the “experts,” officials, and politicos. It was at that time that he met the genius Lyndon LaRouche and his optimistic American approach to every issue. Through the subsequent years, Mike has introduced LaRouche’s ideas to millions of people, through person to person discussions, running for office, writing articles on political economy, space and fusion technologies, and republishing many of LaRouche's books and articles for wide distribution. You can contact Mike at [email protected].