ChroniclesnA MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN CULTUREnVol. 12, No. 9 September 1988nEditornThomas FlemingnManaging EditornMomcilo SelicnAssistant EditornKatherine DaltonnPoetry 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 AssistantnMatthew KaufmannPublishernRichard A. VaughannArt DirectornAnna Mycek-WodeckinProduction ManagernPatrick DoielnAdvertising RepresentativenGeorgia L. WolfnComposition ManagernAnita FedoranCirculation DirectornCarol 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’ alone and donnot necessarily reflect the views of The Rockford Institute or of itsndirectors.n2/CHRONICLESnCONTENTSnFREEDOM OF RELIGIONnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSnEspionage at the library.nPERSPECTIVEn^ ^ Rights of ClergynVIEWSnPoliticized priests: draft ’em and tax’ em?nby Thomas FlemingnAndrew Lytle Talks to Madison Smartt Bell 9nA conversation about lost worlds.nSpeaking True 13nDriven from the sanctuaries, the faith takes refuge in poetry,nby Paul RamseynMr. Eliot’s Dreams 15nThe Buddhist inspirations of a Christian poet,nby Peter LaurienTime 18n”Time will say nothing but I told you so.”nby Jocelyn TomkinnOPINIONSnA Portrait of the Artisan as a Young Mann—Evelyn Waugh: The Early Years 1903-1939 bynMartin Stannardnby Gregory J. SullivannSpeaking for God or Men?n—Representing God in Washington: The Role of ReligiousnLobbies in the American Polity by Allen D. Hertzkenby E. Calvin BeisnernnniWI»pi*i»l«**«»wn23n25n