(liionkk^srn««tCj’ Ofrnf^t^IC*’rnChroniclesrnA M A G A Z I N E OF A M E R I C A * C U L T U R ErnPERSPECTIVErnWhere’s Joe McCarthy When You Need Him?rnby Thomas FlemingrnThe misadventures of Douglas Feith.rn10rnVIEWSrnA Third Way?rnby Tom PiatakrnWhen stupid and evil are the same.rnToward Real Conservatismrnbv Edward A. OlsenrnJust say no to the neocons.rnNEWSrnDitching the Cadaverrnbv Samuel Francisrn16rn18rnWalking the Neocon Plank 20rnb’ Timothy P. CarneyrnTotal victory.rnThe Rise and Fall of the Texas Republican Party 23rnby Tom PaukenrnThe Rove machine.rnWhat Manufactvuing Crisis? 26rnby David A. HartmanrnAmerica for sale.rnREVIEWSrn28rnPatrick J. Buchanan: ^here the Right Went Wrong:rnHow Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolutionrnand Hijacked the Bush PresidencyrnBill Kauffman on Dominic Sandbrook’srnEugene McCartJiy: The Rise and Fall of PostwarrnAmerican Liberalism ••• Clark Stooksbury on Sen.rnRobert C. Byrd’s Losing America: Confronting a Recklessrnand Arrogant Presidency • • Fr. Michael P. Orsi onrnHugo Bedau and Paul Cassell’s Debating the DeathrnPenalty • • Tobias J. Lanz on Philippe Beneton’srnEquality by Default: An Essay on Modernityrnas Confii^ement •••rnCORRESPONDENCErn30rnLetter From England: The Hunt Is Uprnby Michael McMahonrn38rnLetter From Victoria: Just Win, Babyrnby Kevin Michael GracernVITAL SIGNSrnECONOMICS: Can We Trust Economistsrnon Free Trade? by Ian FletcherrnDEMOCRACY: Democracy and Godrnby Thomas StorckrnWHAT’S WRONG WITH THE WORLDrnby Chilton Williamson, Jr.rnDEPARTMENTSrnPOLEMICS & EXCHANGESrnAMERICAN PROSCENIUMrnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSrnPOETRYrnT^e Ballad Rode Into Townrnby William BaerrnON THE COVERrnCover by George McCartney, Jr. Inside illustrationsrnby Melanie Anderson and Elizabeth Wolf.rn39rn43rn44rnCOLUMNSrnBREAKING GLASSrnby Philip JenkinsrnTHE ROCKFORD FILESrnby Scott P. RichertrnTHE AMERICAN INTERESTrnby Srdja TrifkovicrnIN THE DARKrnBright Young Thingsrnby George McCartneyrn15rn36rn41rn46rn48rn4rn6rn7rn14rnNOVEMBER 2004 / 3rnrnrn