CHRONICLES’ BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrnOn Race Politics in AmericarnCHRISTOS Y2K: CHOOSE YOUR MILLENNIUM—December 1999—ThomasrnFleming on the new rehgions of dinosaurs, AIDS, and race, PhiUp Jenlcins on howrnMatthew Shepard replaced Jesus Christ, and Harold O.J. Brown on the coming of thernThird Age. Plus Jeffrey Meyers on traveling through Jamaica, Janet Scott Barlow on thernNew York Times and compassion, and an expose of the Russian banking scandal.rnBack Issue #: T99& $7.00rnCULTURAL ALIENATION: HOLLYWOOD LIES, 60’S RADICALS RISE,rnNERO RULES!—March 1999—Egon Richard Tausch exposes the Thomas Jefferson-rnSally Hemings hoax, Roger D. McGrath explains how Hollywood arrives at its pottedrnview of history, and Curtis Cate takes a trip to Weimar. Plus Michael Stenlon on the modemrnmonarchy, Alan Sullivan on A.D. Hope, and a letter from Lagado University.rnBack Issue #: T993 $7.00rnLIBERTY, EQUALITY, FRATERNITY: THE NEW CONSERVATIVE TRINITYrn—^January 1999—Thomas Fleming dreams of a restored American republic, Erikrnvon Kuehnelt-Ixddihn declares that right is right and left is wrong, Paul Gottfried exposesrnthe Jacobins in the conservative camp, and Samuel Francis examines the conflict of nationsrnwithin nations. Plus Bill Kauffman on why we should cut Puerto Rico free.rnBack Issue #: T991 $7.00rnEUROPEAN AMERICA: LAND OF THE FREE, HOME OF THE FRENCH—rnApril 1998—Thomas Fleming on the heart’s geography, Jean Raspail on defending civilization,rnKenneth McDonald on how culture and federalism can coexist, Scott P. Richertrnon the European roots of American life, and Samuel Francis on die other face of multiculturalism.rnPlus Ben C. Toledano on Creole culture.rnBack Issue #: T984 $7.00rnIDENTITY POLITICS—November 1997—^Thomas Fleming on race as the Americanrnreligion, Samuel Francis on the witch hunts of Morris Dees, Gregory McNamee on AmericanrnIndian nationalism, Jacob Neusner on secular Judaism, and Joseph Fallon on the politicsrnof Hispanic identity. Plus Justin Raimondo on the black war on Asians in San Franciscornand Mark Tooley on the church burning hoax.rnBack Issue #; T97- $7.00rnMULTICULTURALISM AND EDUCATION—September 1995—Maty Lefkowitzrnon Afrocentrist mythology, Jacob Neusner on the ghetto of Jewish sUidies, Nicholas Stixrnon black English, Charles King on multiculturalism in theory and practice, and JonaflianrnChaves on true Asian studies. Plus, Derek Turner on the British right and J.O. Tate’s reviewrnof Ann Douglas’s Terrible Honesty: Mongrel Manhattan in the 1920’s.rnBack Issue #: T959 $7.00rnLOST IN THE MAZE: CRIME IN AMERICA—January 1995—Thomas Flemingrnon crime and welfare, Philip Jenkins on serial murder and the nature of evil, and StevenrnGoldberg on the black homicide rate. Plus Stephen P. Halbrook on the firearm as a symbolrnof freedom, Philip Jenkins on covert policing in America, Samuel Francis on the globalizationrnof law enforcement, and Jay Comell on the menace of peanut butter.rnBack Issue #: T951 $7.00rnAMERICAN DILEMMAS—August 1994—Murray N. Rothbard on Ufe in the OldrnRight, Eugene D. Genovese on the Southern tradition and the black experience, JosephrnBrown on “the other black history,” and Bill Kauffman on Senator J. William Fulbright.rnPlus Thomas Fleming on equality vs. privilege, Hugh Murray on white liberals and blackrnracists, and Samuel Francis on secessionist fantasies.rnBack Issue #: T948 $7.00rnLET MY PEOPLE GO! RETURNING SELF-RULE TO ROCKFORD—Audiotapern—The rally that changed the dynamics of the Rockford school desegregation case.rnThomas Fleming explains the importance of local control of Rockford’s schools and callsrnfor an end to the federal takeover, while U.S. Congressman Don Manzullo comments onrnlegislation that he has introduced to curtail judicial taxation.rnTape #: RBLl $12.50rnRALLY FOR ROCKFORD: MAD AS HELL OVER JUDICIAL TAXATION—rnTv/o 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 $20.00rnSpecial 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 FormrnNamernAddress_rnCity/State/Zip_rnDrnDrnCheck or money order enclosedrnPlease bill my: Fl MasterCard | | VisarnCard #rnExpiration Date_rnSignaturernPlease mail form (with payment) to:rnChronicles/ProductsrnP.O. Box 800rnMount Morris, IL 61054rnI or, t o o r d e r t o l l – f r e e , call 1 – 8 0 0 – 3 9 7 – 8 1 6 0rn<rnOtter expires 12/31/00rnProduct Code Quantity Unit PricernSubtotalrn20% Discount (on orders over $50)rnTotal PricernShipping & Handling I N C L U D E DrnTax-Deductible Donation to The Rockford InstituternTotalrnrnrn