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for how Hitler could have suc-
ceeded.
King noted that LaRouche's
writings also deal extensively
with the question of race and
genetics. They extol German
values, which LaRouche has
popularized through his Schiller
Institute.
"LaRouche has taken Nazism
and given it a consistent ideol-
ogy," said King. "He's worked
out a strategy for how Nazism
can re-emerge.
In the interview, King also at-
tacked the Democratic leader-
ship for allowing LaRouche's
followers to infiltrate the party
and field candidates for public
office in primary elections. He
noted that LaRouche himself
ran as a Democratic candidate
for president in 1980 and re-
ceived $526,000 in federal
matching funds.
"Nobody in the Democratic
Party challenged him. They let
him waltz right into the party,"
he said. "The Democratic Party
has got to do more, draw the line
and stop allowing (him and his
followers) into the party."
King also criticized the
political shortsightedness of
those Democratic leaders who
believe the LaRouche organ-
ization's surprise victories in
this year's Illinois primary were
"a fluke that came out of the sky.
The idea that this is a fluke in-
volving a kook has got to be
refuted," he said. "That is a
profoundly wrong-headed view."
In fact, LaRouche's National
Democratic Policy Committee
has been fielding candidates in
elections around the country
since 1980, King said. While the
Illinois wins were the biggest to
date, NDPC candidates have
been elected to numerous party
offices and have made impres-
sive showings in countless
others.
If King is critical of the
Democratic Party's failure to
eradicate LaRouche followers
from its ranks, he is no less con-
cerned by LaRouche's apparent-
ly successful attempt to court
influence with top Republican
officials in the government.
In a Nov. 19, 1984 article in
The New Republic, King and co-
author Ronald RadoSh docu-
mented the LaRouche organiza-

tion's successful attempts to
gain access to high-level Na-
tional. Security Council and CIA
officials. The article also cited
the LaRouche organization's
connections with administration
scientists involved in research on
the Strategic Defense Initiative,
President Reagan's spacebased
missile defense program.
In his interview, King stood
by that article, maintaining that
LaRouche and his followers had
"deep associations" with the
Reagan administration during
its first term of office. "Those
ties were there; they were real,"
he said.
But now, King said, conser-
vative leaders say the Reagan
administration "has dumped
LaRouche." The j journalist said
he hopes that assertion is true,
but he has no way of verifying
it. He believes it is incumbent on
the Reagan administration to
send out an unambiguous policy
statement saying "LaRouche
should be totally cut off."
What is frightening, said
King, is LaRouche's apparent
success at peddling his ideas
through various front organ-
izations and such publications
as New Solidarity, Fusion and

Executive Intelligence Review.

More than 100,000 Americans
have contributed money to the
LaRouche organization over the
past 10 years, according to King.
"This man is building a move-
ment that has very significant
resources behind-it," he said.
The journalist acknowledged
that "the LaRouche movement
is a small fringe group in this
country." But he said in terms of
its sophistication and the
dedication of its followers, the
group is "able to operate in
many respects far beyond the
fringe."
In response to a question,
King said his "nightmare fan-
tasies do not include LaRouche
coming to power." But he said it
is "not inconceivable that he
could gain influence over certain
regimes in Third World coun-
tries."
"The Jewish community
should really fight these people
and take them on," the jour-
nalist said. "We have got to get
out there and expose them ag-
gressively."

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