^^.ed ^ ^lass. _nhelp for I . Mexico ag– -‘nOira^SdesnNoteWe&Q;!^^nc«n.«li« ‘”^reSwe •« ‘”nff.7-«SSSV-â„¢*nThat conservative men o ^.^^nnot Seen *e S ; ° , g K ^ ^ £’nwhich is curren^ a^^ ^^tHer than irnnmissiveness shouW s” . ^Jecause of thenSteus-TW^gsarejh^^^^^^ P”” ‘”nprivate g”«^fp “untless millions.. • •n> personal hopes of co,^«^^^^,,a^sn’ Notwell-honf^opc^^t ed^^^^^^nhuman fâ„¢stration ana ^^^^^^ ^deinstinctsnare pr<^”<^S^,„^hs intellectualsnSrad passion for oW ^it^^Si this pasmafaslistnth. Jo^^’^XyV no rejnsion has engendered, ^^^ ^^^^ can adni Dower to control u-^ pokesmen for an;^^^ArSS-‘b–^’=^^^”‘”‘n>Se without them. ^^^,,,3nI personally have ^ JMaioritariansnstate of affairs. The Mo^^ ^^l^^, of thenSave made cultural mroads^^P^^ ^^^^^nSsion of Amem” J^S^’allies continuen’ fehment. » l^ew ^ig ^ ^j venomousnto win elections m tne jtion. … InacSemic and Joumal^tK oppo ^^.^ ^^^n1 S d like Heaven and more^^^ ^^n’ conservative ^^^tones bemg ^^^^ ^n’ ^l«enrrnS”r’Disraeli. But I wontn;3dSSKuitMshapi.ns.nThe above clipping was excerpted from the November/December 1981nissue of Chronicles of Culture. For back copies of “M.M. and thenConservative Ethos of Refinement” or Associate Editor James J.nThompson’s essay on the Moral Majority, send $1.50 apiece (postagenincluded) to Chronicles of Culture, 934 N. Main St., Rockford, IL 61103.nTo subscribe to Chronicles of Culture, fill out and mail the attachednbusiness reply card.nnnFrom the editorial page ofnTHE WALL STREET JOURNALnJanuary 27, 1982n