CHRONICLES OFnCULTUREnVol. 9, No. 3 March 1985nChurch ± StatenCHRONICLES OF CULTURE (ISSNn0163-1187) is published monthly for $18nper year by The Rockford Institute, 934nNorth Main Street, Rockford, IL 61103-n7061. Application to mail at second-classnpostage rates is pending at Rockford, ILnand additional mailing offices. POST­nMASTER: Send address changes tonCHRONICLES OF CULTURE, P.O.nBox 800, Rockford, IL 61105.nEditorial and Advertising Offices: 934nNorth Main Street, Rockford, IL 61103.nEditorial phone: (815) 964-5054. Advertisingnphone: (815) 964-5811.nCopyright © 1985 by The RockfordnInstitute. All rights reserved.nStaffnPresidentnJohn A. HowardnEditornLeopold TyrmandnManaging EditornThomas FlemingnAssistant EditornBryce ChristensennCopy EditornCynthia CalvertnContributing EditornGary VasilashnEditorial SecretarynLeAnn ManningnPublishernRichard VaughannArt Director andnProduction ManagernBarbara De WitznComposition ManagernAnita’ FedoranSubscription ManagernTheresa DomanskinTechnical ServicesnMarge Wollschlager CompositionnOn the CovernOriginal vignette by Warren Chappell.nOriginal illustrations throughout the textnby Zbigniew and Emilia Fitz.n2/CHKONICLES OF CULTUREnDIALOGUEnChurch ± StatenPERSPECTIVEnCONTENTSnPrivate Faith & Public SchoolsnThe schoolhouse wall between church and statenturns out to provide no shelter for religiousnconviction.nby Bryce Christensenn—Richard John Neuhaus: The Naked Public Square: Religion andnDemocracy in AmericanShould the Naked Public Square be dressed? Perspectives on RichardnJohn Neuhaus’s controversial prescriptions for religion in Americannpublic life.nby James Hitchcock and George M. MarsdennOPINIONSnNovelizing Novelists 9n—Anthony Burgess: Enderby’s Dark Ladyn—William Golding: The Paper MennUnhappy novelists writing about unhappy novelists writing aboutnunhappy novelists. . . . The cracked mirror of literarynnarcissism.nby Fred ChappellnDe Gaulle: Man With a Chest 11n—Don Cook: Charles de Gaulle: A BiographynPragmatists polished the etiquette of surrender, while Charlesnde Caulle, the last Homeric hero, employed a statesmanship ofnpassion.nby Will MorriseynThe Mind of a Manichean 13n—Czeslaw Milosz: The Land of UlronThe spiritual adventures of a reluctant Nobel laureate who manages toncombine unorthodox theology with a fine contempt for Americannradicals.nby Brian Murraynnn