Chroniclesnk MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN CULTUREnVol. 11, No. 9, September 1987nEditornThomas FlemingnManaging EditornMomcilo SelicnCopy EditornCynthia CalvertnPoetry EditornAndrei NavrozovnContributing EditorsnJohn W. AldridgenRonald BermannHarold O.J. BrownnBryce ChristensennOdie FaulknJane GreernDavid KaufmannE. Christian KopffnJohn Shelton ReednJoseph SchwartznClyde WilsonnEditorial SecretarynLeAnn ManningnPublishernRichard A. VaughannArt DirectornAnna Mycek-WodeckinProduction ManagernPatrick DoielnAssistant to the PublishernLaura BigginsnComposition ManagernAnita FedoranSubscription ManagernCarol BennettnA Publication ofnThe Rockford Institute:nAllan C. Carlson, PresidentnCHRONICLES (ISSN 0887-5731) isnpublished monthly for $21 per year bynThe Rockford Institute, 934 North MainnStreet, Rockford, IL 61103-7061.nSecond-class postage paid at Rockford, ILnand additional mailing offices.nPOSTMASTER: Send address changes tonCHRONICLES, P.O. Box 800, MountnMorris, IL 61054.nEditorial and Advertising Offices: 934nNorth Main Street, Rockford, IL 61103.nEditorial Phone: (815) 964-5054.nAdvertising Phone: (815) 964-5811.nSubscription Department: P.O. Box 800,nMount Morris, IL 61054.nU.S.A. Newsstand Distribution bynEastern News Distributors, Inc., 1130nCleveland Road, Sandusky, OH 44870.nCopyright © 1987 by The RockfordnInstitute. All rights reserved.n4/CHRONICLESnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSnCONTENTSnTHOUGHT POLICEnWarped minds: rock video performers, planned parenthood,nthe U.S. State Department, anti-racist racists, and academicnfeminists.nPERSPECTIVEnVIEWSnTen Years of American Chronicles (Septembern1977-September 1987)nChronicles’ pubHsher looks back on the firstndecade.nby Richard A. VaughannA (Pardon the Expression) Baccalaureate AddressnEscaped from the pages of Poison Pen, the despicable JohnnTowne persists in his vulgar habit of speaking the truth.nby George GarrettnA Soviet Psychosis?nSoviet man pays a high price for lying to himself,nby Arnold BeichmannAdvice to a Postulant-ProfessornUniversities are shll a good place to do research, but forgetnthe rest.nby Jacob NeusnernScientific American Goes to MoscownOn the liberahon science of America’s most widely readnscientific publicahon.nby Jocelyn TomkinnDoggerel in a Good CausenAlbion’s muse falls prey to black mischief,nby Auberon Waughnnn10n16n18n23n26n29n