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Dialogue of Cultures
"Singin' the ol' tunes in the ol'-fashioned way"
The Schiller Institute is conducting a national campaign to revive the Negro Spirituals. The LaRouche Jubilee Quartet is spearheading this effort in the Philadelphia area, and sings these beautiful songs in four part harmony in churches, senior centers, at parties and for other appropriate occasions. The quartet, in turn, is part of a larger chorus, the LaRouche Jubilee Singers, which is open to the community, and which rehearses regularly at our office. Our chorus will hold a concert in January, 2002, along with the famous baritone and America's Cultural Ambassador William Warfield.
The solution to this catastrophe is a Franklin Roosevelt-style economic recovery program, which Mr. LaRouche has laid out in detail, and which now enjoys support from a growing number of legislators within our own country, as well as governments around the world. The danger, however, is that the American people would go from a condition of self-delusion, to a state of despair threatening thereby to create conditions similar to those which occurred in Germany, which enabled Hitler to come to power.
With that in mind, then, the great beauty, nobility and passion, which the Spirituals embody, are a deep well of inspiration from which we can draw, and which can give people the determination to overcome, no matter what they're faced with.
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