ChroniclesrnA M A G A Z I N E OF A M E R I C A N C U L T U RErnPERSPECTIVErnMen Unlimitedrnby Chilton Williamson, Jr.rnThe syphilization of American manhood.rn12rnVIEWSrnMy Old Man by Thomas Fleming 16rnA man’s a man for a’ that.rnThe Vanishing Craftsman by Wa nc Allensworth 18rnA cultural barometer.rnGames and the Man by Harold O.J. Brown 20rnThe importance of sports.rnToughs, Softs, and Jewish Masculinity 23rnby Paul GottfriedrnStereotypmg the Jewish male.rnOPINIONSrn^gam From There to Here—^And Back Agrnby Richard LessnerrnJustin Raimondo: Reclaiming the AmericanrnRight: The Lost Legacy of the ConservativernMovement. Wh contemporary conserx atismrnlooks like an orphan.rnBlaming the Sixtiesrnby Paul GottfriedrnMyron Magnet: The Dream and thernNightmare:The Sixties’ Legacy to thernUnderclass. Tracing the roots of l,eviathan.rnREVIEWSrnThe Papers of Jefferson Davis, Volume 7: 1861rnhighlights the cause of our current problems,rnsays Clyde Wilson • • Dark Horses: New Poemsrnby X.J. Kennedy and C by Fred Chappell are bothrnworthy, writes R.S. Gwynn • • William P.rnBaldwin recommends Thief of Lives by Kit Reedrnand The Graywolf Annual Nine: Stories From thernNew Europe • • James P. Degnan praises JosephrnMitchell’s Vp in the Old Hotel And Other Stories <rnCORRESPONDENCErn26rn28rn30rnLetter From Zagreb: Out of the Rubble,rnA Christian State?rn35rnby Thomas FlemingrnLetter From Bosnia: The Serbs of Ozren Mountain 38rnbv Momcilo SelicrnLetter From New Celtia: Don’t Call Me Anglo 40rnby T. Padraig lligginsrnLetter From England: Fish Rights 42rnby Christie DaviesrnVITAL SIGNSrnReal Men’s Studiesrnby E. Christian KopffrnGovernor William Weld’s Manly Agenda:rnEmpower Queer Nationrnby Martin MawyerrnDefending Gun Ownershiprnby Paul KirchnerrnCanadian Populism: Alive and Wellrnby Donald I. WarrenrnTheater of Cruelty: True Romance andrnHard Targethy David R. SlavittrnDEPARTMENTSrnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSrnPRINCIPALITIES & POWERSrnA Banner With a Strange Devicernby Samuel FrancisrnPOETRYrnMemo to a Men’s Movement Recruit,rnKeeping Up With Political Correctness, andrnFor the American Soldier Dragged Through thernStreets in Somalia: October 5, 1993rnby Katherine McAlpincrnON THE COVERrn43rn44rn46rn47rn49rn14rn25rn50rnDrawing by Janusz Kapusta.rnFEBRUARY 1994/3rnrnrn