Lyndon LaRouche, Cult Figure Who Ran for President 8 Times, Dies at 96 - 2019-02-13

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F37.png Lyndon LaRouche, Cult Figure Who Ran for President 8 Times, Dies at 96 February 13, 2019, Richard Severo, New York Times

Lyndon LaRouche, the quixotic, apocalyptic leader of a cultlike political organization who ran for president eight times, once from a prison cell, died on Tuesday. He was 96.

His death was announced on the website of his organization, La Rouche/Pac. The statement did not specify a cause or say where he died.

Defining what Mr. LaRouche stood for was no easy task. He began his political career on the far left and ended it on the far right. He said he admired Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan and loathed Hitler, the composer Richard Wagner and other anti-Semites, though he himself made anti-Semitic statements.

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