MMn^4″nChroniclesnA MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN CULTUREnPERSPECTIVEnVIEWSnNew World Disorder by Thomas FlemingnThe rebirth of nationalism.nThe Patriotic Impulse by John Lukacs 18nAn autobiographical account.nConsensual Citizenship by Peter H. Schuck 21nand Rogers M. SmithnWhy American citizenship should be based onnconsent and not birth.nGreat Nations Need Great Citizens 26nby Richard D. LammnHow human resources are more important thannnatural resources.nThree Bads and an Excellent by 29nRichard E. FlathmannFour ways of thinking about citizenship.nOPINIONS -nFreedom Is Slavery by Lee CongdonnEugene D. Genovese: The Slaveholders’ Dilemma:nFreedom and Progress in Southern ConservativenThought, 1820-1860.nSlavery and the Old Right’s favorite Marxist historian.nREVIEWSnMichael R. Beschloss has written a worthynbut flawed history of The Crisis Years: Kennedy andnKhruschchev, 1960-1963, says Alan J. Levine *••nJames M. Jasper and Dorothy Nelkin have understatednthe true meaning of The Animal Rights Crusade:nThe Growth of a Moral Protest, writes ChiltonnWilliamson, Jr. ••• Michael D’Antonio is toonkind to the New Agers in Heaven on Earth: DispatchesnFrom America’s Spiritual Frontier, argues GregorynMcNamee ••• J. O. Tate says Harold Brodkey’s Then32n34nRunaway Soul is no bargain for free ‘••• R. S. Gwynnnpraises Dana Gioia’s poems in The Gods of Winter ••n14nCORRESPONDENCEnLetter From New York: When Democracy 40nComes to Townnby Murray N. RothbardnLetter From the Lower Right: The 42nTexas Wild Cardnby John Shelton ReednLetter From Austria: Life as a Picture Postcard 44nby Geoffrey WagnernLetter From the Vatican: The Forum 45nand the Faithnby Thomas MolnarnVITAL SIGNSnA Great Refusal: The North CarolinanRatification Convention of 1788nby M.E. BradfordnDEPARTMENTSnPOLEMICS & EXCHANGESnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSnPRINCIPALITIES & POWERSnThe Buchanan Revolution, Part 1nby Samuel FrancisnPOETRYnHorace U, xvinby Jack FlavinnON THE COVERnCover by Anna Mycek-Wodecki.nnn47n4n4n11n17nJULY 1992/3n