Chroniclesnk MUGIZINE OF AMfllCAN (1/MUIEnVol. 12, No. 6 June 1988nEditornThomas FlemingnManaging EditornMomcilo SelicnCopy EditornCynthia CalvertnPoetry EditornAndrei NavrozovnContributing EditorsnJohn W. Aldridge, Ronald Berman,nHarold O.J. Brown, Bryce Christensen,nOdie Faulk, Samuel Francis, Jane Greer,nDavid Kaufman, E. Christian Kopff,nJohn Shelton Reed, Joseph Schwartz,nGary Vasilash, Clyde WilsonnEditorial SecretarynLeann DobbsnEditorial InternnMatthew KaufmannPublishernRichard A. VaughannArt DirectornAnna Mycek-WodeckinProduction ManagernPatrick DoielnAssistant to the PublishernGeorgia L. WolfnComposition ManagernAnita FedoranSubscription ManagernCarol BennettnA Publication ofnThe Rockford Institute:nAllan C. Carlson, PresidentnEditorial 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 © 1988 by the RockfordnInstitute. All rights reserved.nCHRONICLES (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.nThe views expressed in Chronicles are the authors’ aione and donnot necessarily reflect the views of The Rockford Institute or of itsndirectors.n21 CHRONICLESnCONTENTSnBREAKING SILENCEnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSnCases of arrested development: brats on Ritalin, U.S. imrnigrationnlaw, I.F. Stone as classicist, the press on Lyndon LaRouche,nBillie Boggs at Harvard.nPERSPECTIVEnVIEWSn: Freedom of Opinion and Democracyn Is America a nation of sheep standing on theirnhind legs?nby Thomas FlemingnThe Present Age and the State of CommunitynNineteen eighty-eight Jefferson Lecture on the diminishingnreturns of government growth.nby Robert NisbetnTyranny by SlothnDr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde address Chronicles’ 10th anniversarynparty.nby George GarrettnGeorge Garrett Talks to Madison Smartt BellnThe “mug’s game” of literature from one novelist to another.nForty-Niners: Marx, Engels, and Harrod’snHow socialism favors the rich,nby George WatsonnBribemastersnA candid look at what the Unification Church stands for.nby Michael WardernSelling Heidegger ShortnHerr Professor’s unmentionable affiliations,nby Thomas Molnarnnn11n22n27n31n34n