CHRONICLES’ BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrn1999 in ReviewrnCHRISTOS Y2K: CHOOSE YOUR MILLENNIUM—December 1999—ThomasrnFleming on the new religions of dinosaurs, AIDS, and race, Philip Jenkins 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& $7.00rnLITTLE AMERICAS: NORTHERN LIGHTS—November 1999—Thomas Remingrnreturns to his hometown of Superior, Wisconsin, Justin Raimondo celebrates the careerrnof Charles A. Lindbergh. Sr., Greg Kaza discusses the effect of free trade on Detroit,rnand Bill Kauffnian inteniews novelist Carolyn Chute. Plus William Mills on Wisconsinrnnovelists Gordon Weaver and Anthony Bukoski.rnBack Issue #:T99- $7.00rnTHE END OF INDIVIDUALISM—October 1999—Thomas Fleming examines thernconflict between the individual and the family. Bill Kauffman documents the making ofrnan individualist, Stephen B. Presser weighs the individual against the community, andrnDonald W, Livingston plots the strange career of individualism. Plus Greg Kaza on NAFTArnand American steelworkers and Tom Jenney on the plight of Palestinian Christians.rnBack Issue #:T990 $7.00rnHOMESCHOOLING FOR LIFE^-September 1999—Mary Pride on two futures forrnAmerican education. Andrei Navrozov on his son the sociopath, and Scott P. Richert onrnhomeschooling in Rockford, Illinois. Plus Thomas Fleming on the revival of the classicalrncurriculum. J.O. Tate on Hillary Clinton’s Senate campaign, Michael McMahon on staterneducation in England, and Janet Scott Barlow on Bill Clinton and his defenders.rnBack Issue #:T999 $7.00rnTHE END OF THE AMERICAN CENTURY—August 1999—A round table discussionrnon the end of the American Century featuring Bill Kauffman, Harold O.J. Brown,rnWayne Allensworth, John Lukacs, and Chilton Williamson, Jr Plus Philip Jenkins on thernend of the “Christian Century,” Christopher Check on America’s modem military, andrnSrdja Tritlcovic on the Clinton Doctrine and the end of sovereignty.rnBack Issue #:T998 $7.00rnDECONSTRUCTING JUSTICE—July 1999—Thomas Fleming on justice andrnthoughtcrime, Philip Jenkins on the presumption of innocence and other fairy tales,rnStephen B, Presser on the living Constitution and the death of sovereignty, and AntonyrnFlew on the mirage of John Rawls. Plus Justin Raimondo on Matthew Shepard and thernthought police and Marko Lopusina on the Albanian drug trade.rnBack Issue #:T997 $7.00rnTHE DECLINE OF THE WEST: FROM THE ALAMO TO KOSOVO—Junern1999—Thomas Fleming on gambling and the frontier spirit, Roger D. McGrath on Americansrnthen and now, William Murchison on retaking the Alamo, and David B. Kopel onrnthe gun and the frontier Plus Doug Bandow on our little war in Kosovo. Harold O.J.rnBrown on Pitirim Sorokin, and Samuel Francis on politics without a right.rnBack Issue #:T996 $7.00rnHOME ECONOMICS: DEATH, TAXES, AND THE AMERICAN FAMILY—rnMay 1999—Thomas Fleming defends the family from its defenders. Virginia DeanernAbemethy explains how to revitalize the American family, Jean-Didier Lecaillon offersrnlessons from the French experience, and Philip Jenkins wonders whether the familyrnbreeds serial killers. Plus William R. Hawkins on globalization and the family.rnBack Issue #:T995 $7.00rnSTATES’ RIGHTS, FEDERAL WRONGS—April 1999—Thomas Fleming on federalismrnversus absolutism, Stephen B. Presser on restoring state sovereignty, Donald W.rnLivingston on the tyranny of liberalism, and Michael Dan Jones on Louisiana and thernTenth Amendment. Plus Bill Murchison on the Texas Constitution, Michael Jordan onrnstudying with Russell Kirk, and Mark Tooley on Clinton and the clergyrnBack Issue #:T994 $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 anives at its pottedrnview of history, and Curtis Cate takes a trip to Weimar. Plus Michael Stenton on the modemrnmonarchy. Alan Sullivan on AD. Hope, and a letter from Lagado University.rnBack Issue #: T993 $7.00rnISLAM AND THE WEST—February 1999—Thomas Fleming defends decadentrnChristendom, James George Jatras exposes America’s collaboration with Islam, HaroldrnO.J. Brown warns the West against submitting to a quiet;i7ifl.r/, and Srdja Trifkovic discussesrnIslam and the multicultural myth. Plus Philip Jenkins on the New York Times andrnthe persecution of Christians. (Out of print—photocopy available.)rnPhotocopy #:T992 $7.00rnLIBERTY, EQUALITY, FRATERNITY: THE NEW CONSERVATIVE TRINITYrn—January 1999—Thomas Fleming dreams of a restored American republic, Erikrnvon Kuehnell-Leddihn 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 $7.00rnPRODUCT ORDER FORMrnNamernAddressrnCitv/State/Ziprn1 1 Check or money order enclosedrn1 1 Please bill my; | | MasterCard | | VisarnCard*rnExpiration DaternSignaturernPlease mail form (with payment) to:rnChronicles/ProductsrnP.O. 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