ChroniclesrnA M A C M I N E OF t M E R K A t l CULTURErnPERSPECTIVErnDon’t Tread on Usrnby Thomas FlemingrnEurope, grow up.rn12rnVIEWSrnThe Burden of Russian History 16rnbv W. Bruce LincohirnThe past as impediment.rnThe Eunuchs of Yugoslavia 20rnbv Curtis GaternThe United Nations and the Third Balkan War.rnThe Grass in American Streets 24rnby Alfred E. EckesrnReassessing the Smoot-Hawley Tariff.rnThe Retreat From Realism 27rnby William R. HawkinsrnThe United Nations vs. America’s national interests.rnOPINIONSrnThe Gospel of Pluralismrnby Kenneth R. Craycraft, Jr.rnTerry Eastland: Religious Liberty in thernSupreme Court: Cases That Define the DebaternOver Church and State.rnStephen L. Carter: The Cuhure of Disbehef:rnHow American Law and Pohtics TriviahzernRehgious Devotion.rnChronicling the life of church-and-state doctrine.rnREVIEWSrnTerence P. Jeffrey recommends BeautifulrnLosers: Lssays on the Failure of AmericanrnConservatism by Samuel P. Francis ••• GrassrootsrnTyranny by Clint Bolick is a setback for liberty,rnwrites Jeffrey Tucker • • Both life and baseballrnare well explained in ‘The Museum of Clear Ideasrnby Donald 1 lall, reports James Scruton • •rn32rn36rnCORRESPONDENCErnLetter From Indiana: Bo Gritz andrnMiddle America by William L. Isley, Jr.rnLetter From Philadelphia:rnWomen’s History Monthrnby James L. SauerrnVITAL SIGNS —rnThe Third Side in the Culture Warrnby Frederick TurnerrnLife on the Front Lines: The PresidentialrnCommission on Women in the Militaryrnby R. Cort KirkwoodrnPolitically Correct Nursery Rhymesrnby Ken BoguzrnDEPARTMENTS -rnPOLEMICS & EXCHANGESrnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSrnPRINCIPALITIES & POWERSrnGlobal Retehrnby Samuel FrancisrnTHE HUNDREDTH MERIDIANrnWar on the Westrnby Chilton Williamson, Jr.rnPOETRYrnOn the Borders of Wordsworth Country,rnIn a Troubled Time, Musing Toward Grasmere,rnandrnAt Wordsworth’s Gravernby Marion MontgomeryrnON THE COVERrn41rn42rn44rn45rn48rn49rn11rn14rn31rnCover by Anna Mycek-WodeckirnMARCH 1994/3rnrnrn