ChroniclesrnA M A G t Z I K E OF A M E R I C A K C U L T U R Ern— PERSPECTIVErnJefferson or Mussolini?rnby Thomas FlemingrnStates’ rights and federalism.rn10rnVIEWS —rnDwight Macdonald by John LiikacsrnA “rebel in defense of tradition.”rnThe Way of Love by Bill KaufFmanrnDorothy Day and the American right.rnThe Lion of Idaho by Justin RaimondornWilliam E. Borah and the progressives.rnOPINIONSrnExperiencing Civilization by Brian RobertsonrnJames S. Taylor: Poetic Knowledge: The Recoveryrnof Education.rnJohn Senior: The Restoration of Christian Culture.rnThe Western tradition.rnREVIEWSrnWho Killed Homer? The Demise of ClassicalrnEducation and the Recovery of Greek Wisdomrnby Victor Davis Hanson and John Heath is useful butrnflawed, writes Thomas Fleming •• Tamar Jacoby’srnSomeone Else’s House: America’s Unfinished Strugglernfor Integration is a classic of low-octane conservatism,rnsays Paul Gottfried • • John E. Miller discussesrngenius in Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The WomanrnBehind the Legend, reports Chilton Williamson, Jr.rn• • R.S. Gwynn recommends A Timbered Choirrnby Wendell Berry and The Deed of Gift byrnTimothy Murphy ••rnCORRESPONDENCErn14rn17rn22rn26rn28rnLetter From England: A Valediction for Enoch Powell 36rnby Derek TurnerrnLetter From the Argentario: Local Colorrnby Andrei NavrozovrnVITAL SIGNS -rn40rnJOURNALISM: The People’s Right Not to Know 42rnby Edward E. Ericson, Jr.rnThe Progressive Review 43rnby Jesse WalkerrnGOVERNMENT: Territorial Bliss 45rnby Joseph E. FallonrnGUNS: Gun Sense and Sensibility 47rnby Dave KopelrnDEPARTMENTSrnPOLEMICS & EXCHANGESrnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSrnPRINCIPALITIES & POWERSrnInside History’s Dustbinrnby Samuel FrancisrnTHE HUNDREDTH MERIDLNrnSomething in Coloradornby Chilton Williamson, Jr.rnPOETRYrnSuperhighwayrnby Harold McCurdyrnNew Freedomsrnby Richard MoorernON THE COVERrnCover and inside illustrations by Stephen Schiidbach.rn4rn6rn34rn49rn13rn21rnLetter From Brussels: The Maastricht Mystiquernbv Tomislav Sunicrn38rnNOVEMBER 1998/3rnrnrn