Featured speaker: Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Schiller Institute founder
One person can change history, and the most powerful force in history is not weapons, money, or armies: it is ideas. Lyndon LaRouche harnessed this concept and used it to change the world. Today, the fruits of his decades of organizing, alongside many colleagues, and his wife (the teacher of this class), are seen in the potential for international collaboration exemplified by the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative. To escape the dark age that nuclear conflict between the United States and Russia threatens, an idea of the needed renaissance is necessary.