Sudden Exposure: Lyndon LaRouche explains it all

Lyndon LaRouche explains it all

- His rimless glasses, thinning hair and off-the-rack gray suit make him look more like a middle-management bureaucrat than the leader of a paranoid political cult. But when Lyndon LaRouche opens his mouth, the conspiracy theories come tumbling out. In a rare public appearance last week at the National Press Club, LaRouche leveled a litany of accusations at the likes of White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan (for "drug-money laundering" while head of Merrill Lynch), former Ford Foundation President McGeorge Bundy (for financing the Weatherman radicals in the late 1960s), and even one Agnes Harrison, 60, a former president of...

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