Lyndon LaRouche and the Future
"As the student defines the student's personal relationship, through the methods of the Socratic dialogue, to living notable persons long since deceased, so the student is impelled to come to see himself, or herself, in respect to those who have yet to be born." —Lyndon LaRouche, "Shrunken Heads In America Today," March 25, 2001
This week marks two singular anniversaries, the 100th anniversary of the Lyndon LaRouche's birth and the 60th anniversary of John Kennedy's Rice University speech, which sent mankind soaring into our solar system. Both men, each in their own way, acted for the future, with a sense of seeing themselves, "in respect to those who have yet to be born." Their shared understanding of the importance of the exploration of space is a reflection of that quality. Join us tonight, as we continue that commitment with a special commemoration.