CHRONICLES BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrn* On Regionalism, Decentralism, and States’ RightsrnCAN THIS UNION BE SAVED?—February 1998—Thomas Fleming on fighting Ihernfederal beast, Donald Livingston on seeession and states’ rights, William J. Quirk andrnRobert M. Wilcox on judicial tyranny and constitutional change, and John R. Stoeffler onrnjudicial taxation. Plus Joseph E. Fallon on the censored history of World War II internmentrnand Scott P. Richert on the fall of the right.rnBack Issue #: T982 $7.00rnE PLURIBUS UNUM: REGIONALISM—ALIVE AND KICKING—Augustrn1995—Robert L. Dorman on the region in American history, Chilton Williamson, Jr, onrnthe American frontier, Allan Carl.son on the Midwest, and John Shelton Reed on thernSouth, past and present. Plus Congressman Robert K. Doman on the need for publicrnvirtue, and Philip Jenkins on the Oklahoma bombing.rnBack Issue #: T958 $7.00rnTURNING RIGHTS INTO WRONGS: THE SUPREME COURT VS. THE BILLrnOF RIGHTS—March 1995—William J. Quirk and R. Randall Bridwell on the evils ofrnjudicial review, Jerry Woodruff on the assault on the Second Amendment, Ronin Colmanrnon the drive for state sovereignly, and Christopher Baldwin on jury-rigging. Plus SamuelrnFrancis on Charles Murray’s and Richard Hcrmstein’s The Bell Cune.rnBack Issue #: T953 $7.00rn”I DON’T HATE THE SOUTH”—May 1994—M.E. Bradford on Donald Davidson,rnFred Chappell on the writer’s resptmsibility, J.O. Tate on Ronald Maxwell’s Celtyshurg,rnand William Pratt on Andrew Lytic. Plus Thomas Fleming on Southern chauvinism. JackrnKershaw on flags as symbols, and Samuel Francis on the 48th anniversary of Brown vs.rnThe Board of Education.rnBack Issue #: T945 $7.00rnTHE MIDDLE AMERICAN REPUBLIC—December 1993—Samuel Francis onrnwinning the culture war. Bill Kauffman on Middle American writers, Anthony Harriganrnon the culture of the Plains States, and Allan Carlson on the rooted life of Ohioan LouisrnBromfield. Plus John Meroney on the controversy over Maya Angclou’s “Inaugural Poem”rnand David R. Slavitt on the metaflicks Jurassic Park and The Fugitive.rnBack Issue #: T93& $7.00rnLET MY PEOPLE GO! RETURNING SELF-RULE TO ROCKFORD—Audiotapern—The rally that changed the dynamics of the Rockford school desegregation case.rnThomas Fleining explains the importance of local control of Rockford’s schools and callsrnfor an end to the federal takeover, while U.S. Congressiman Dan Manzullo comments onrnlegislation that he has introduced to curtail judicial taxation.rnTape#:RBLl $12.50rnRALLY FOR ROCKFORD: MAD AS HELL OVER JUDICIAL TAXATION—rnTwo Audiotapes—The Rockford Institute’s second local rally, featuring Thomas Flemingrnon judicial taxation, Stephen Presser on judicial tyranny, local lawyer MichaelrnO’Brien on the Rockford tax protest, and Rockford school board members on their plansrnfor ending the federal takeover of Rockford’s schools.rnTape#:RCL2 $20.00rnJUDICIAL IMPERIALISM—Audiotape—Two constitutional scholars, StephenrnPresser and William Quirk, discuss attempts by the federal courts to weaken federalisinrnand curtail states’ rights. Dr. Presser argues that the federal courts may be a hopeless case,rnwhile Dr. Quirk explains how Congress can curb the Supreme Court. From the 1997 JohnrnRandolph Club.rnTape#:RBJ3 $12.50rnA NATION OF REGIONS—Audiotape—Chilton Williamson, Jr, argues that thernWest, unlike the South, does not have a true regional identity. Bill Kauffman explains whyrndevolution and secession movements, by their very nature, may be doomed to failure, andrnMichael Hill discusses the resurgence of regional identity in the South. From the 1997rnJohn Randolph Club.rnTape#:RBJ6 $15.00rnRECONSTRUCTING AMERICA: NATIONAL IDENTITY AND IMMIGRATIONrn—Two Audiotapes—Samuel Francis urges Americans to recapture their nationalrnidentity, Thomas Fleming chooses Jefferson’s decentralism over Mussolini’s nationalism,rnand ScoU P. Richert discusses the federal government’s attempts to manufacture Americans.rnFrom the 1998 John Randolph Club.rnTape#:RCJ2 $15.00rnSpecial Offer: With any order over $50, you will receive a free copy of the October 1997 issue of Chronicles.rnIMPERIAL PRESIDENCY—October 1997—Patrick J. Buchanan on Mr. Lincoln’s War, Samuel Francis on the demise of checks and balances, Llewellyn Rockwell, Jr., onrnexecutive branch evils, and Donald Livingston and Thomas Naylor on the real meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance. Plus Thomas Fleming on how presidents became our masters andrnMarian Kester Coombs on the attempt to feminize mathematics.rnBack Issue #:T970 $7.00rnPRODUCT ORDER FORMrnName_rnAddress_rnCity/State/Zip_rnDrnDrnCheck or money order enclosedrnPlease bill my: | ] MasterCard VisarnCard*rnExpiration Date_rnSignaturernIrnPlease mail form (with payment) to:rnChronicles/ProductsrnP.O. 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