LaRouche may refer to:

  • Justin LaRouche, Canadian hockey player
  • Lyndon LaRouche, an American political figure
    • The overall LaRouche movement, an international political and cultural movement
    • The Worldwide LaRouche Youth Movement, which recruits people between the ages of 18 and 25
  • Pierre Larouche, Canadian hockey player
  • Steve Larouche, Canadian hockey player

Other articles related to "larouche":

Steve Larouche
... Steve Larouche (born April 14, 1971) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player ... Larouche played two seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) split between the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, and Los Angeles Kings from 1994–1996 ...
Stéphan Larouche
... Stéphan Larouche is a Canadian boxing trainer based in Montreal, Quebec ... Larouche has trained many of the best-known boxers of recent years in Quebec and was one of the two coaches of the Canadian team at the 2004 Summer Olympics ... The list of boxers that worked with Larouche includes Éric Lucas, Leonard Dorin and Lucian Bute ...
Michael Billington (activist) - Trials
... part of the 1980s, there were numerous criminal trials of LaRouche movement leaders (see LaRouche criminal trials) that were alleged by LaRouche supporters to be political ... LaRouche reportedly told his followers to become martyrs and promised that "honorable deeds shall be legendary in the tales told to future generations." Brian Gettings, his lawyer (who ...