CHRONICLES’ BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrnOn Individualism, Community, and FreedomrnPRIVATE JUSTICE—January 1998—Thomas Fleming on the rctarn of revenge,rnMichael Hill on justice in the Celtic world, Barry Baldwin on Albanian blood-feuds, JeremyrnBlack on government’s monopoly on violence, and David Kopel on why owning arngun makes everyone safer. Plus Stephen Halbrook on Switzerland’s armed neutrality andrnFrank Schicr on how to fight City Hall—and win.rnBackbsue#:T981 $7.00rnIDENTITY POLITICS—November 1997—Thomas Reming on race as the Americanrnreligion, Samuel Francis on the witch hunts of Morris Dees, Jacob Neusner on secular Judaism,rnand Joseph Fallon on the politics of Hispanic identity. Plus Justin Raimondo onrnthe black war on Asians in San Francisco, Mark Tooley on the church burning hoax, andrnGregory McNamce on American Indian nationalism.rnBack Issue #:T97- $7.00rnTHEORY AGAINST LIFE—January 1996—George Watson on literary theory inrnEngland, Jeremy Black on the Whig approach to history, E. Christian Kopff on deconstnictionism,rnand Irving Louis Horowitz on Thomas Szasz and the theory of mental illness.rnPlus Samuel Francis’s review of Michael Lind’s The Next American Nation, andrnStephen B. Presser on recapturing the Constimtion.rnBackIs.sue#:T961 $7.00rnTURNING RIGHTS INTO WRONGS: THE SUPREME COURT VS. THE BILLrnOF RIGHTS—IMarch 1995—William J. Quirk and R, Randall Bridwell on the evils ofrnjudicial review, Jerry Woodmff on the assault on the Second Amendment, Ronin Colmanrnon the drive for state sovereignty, and Christopher Baldwin on Jury-rigging. Plus SainuelrnFrancis on Ch;u’les Murray’s and Richard Hermstein’s The Bell Cuie.rnBack Issue #:T953 $7.00rnFORBIDDEN FRUITS: THE NEW PLURALISM—July 1994—Thomas Flemingrnin praise of sex and violence, Samuel Francis on anarcho-tyranny, Philip Jenkins on thernNew Puritanism, and Sarah J. McCarthy on antiharassnient and speech crime laws. PlusrnChilltin Williamson, Jr., on the violent West and Wayne Allenswonh’s review of VladimirrnZhirinovsky’s The Last Drive to the South.rnBack Issue #:T947 $7.00rnREVOLUTIONS IN LAW—October 1993—Thomas Fleming on the tyranny ofrnhuman rights, Philip Jenkins on the feminist legal revolution, Bmce W. Burton on thernline item veto, and Nicholas Stix on legalized racism. Plus Egon Richard Tausch onrntorching the Constitution in Waco, and Virginia D. Abemethy on jobs, politics, and immigration.rnBack Issue #:T930 $7.00rnBREAD AND CIRCUSES: THE POLITICS OF WELFARE—February 1992—AlrnIan Carlson on how federal housing policies have contributed to the breakup of the family,rnWilliam Murchison on the doctor and the state, and Christina F. Jeffrey on making SocialrnSecurity family-friendly. Plus Barbara McCarthy on welfare and illegal immigration,rnand Jeffrey Tucker on Jack Kemp and HUD.rnBack Issue #:T922 $7.00rnCOLUMBUS AND THE SPIRIT OF ENTERPRISE—Pamphlet—Adapted from anrnaddress given by Thomas Heming in New York City on Columbus Day, 1992, this beautifullyrnbound essay examines the savage attacks on Columbus in recent years. Finding thernroots of those attacks in a hatred of Western civilization. Dr. Fleming urges Americans torndefend their civilization by rediscovering localism.rnBook #: CASE $2.00rnON FREEDOM—Hardcover—This important book collects the proceedings of ThernRockford Institute’s 1982 conference in Frankfurt, Germany. Edited by John Howard,rnwith an introduction by Robert Nisbet, On Freedom features essays by Chronicles’ foundingrneditor Leopold Tyrmand, Nikolaus Lobkowicz, Leszck Kolakowski, Paul Johnson,rnArthur Shentlcld, Ronald Bcrman, Richard John Neuhaus, and Melvin J. Lasky.rnBook #: FREE $5.00rnJUDICIAL IMPERIALISM—Audiotape—Two constitutional scholars, StephenrnPresser and William Quirk, discuss attempts by the federal courts to weaken federalismrnand 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 Ci>urt. 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