CHRONICLES’ BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrnProceedings of The John Randolph ClubrnMR. iCAUFFMAN GOES TO WASHINCITON—Audiotape—Bill Kauffman goes tornWashington and defies the Beltway right by inciting conservatives to “commit placism.”rnHe otfers an antidote to flavorless, esoteric, placclcss modem America in a stirring speechrnthat celebrates “placists” who create k)cal culture—poets, novelists, and painters, as wellrnas football coaches, craftsmen, mothers, and fathers.rnTape#:RDJl $12.50rnWHY WASHINGTON CAN’T GET FOREIGN AFFAIRS RIGHT—Audiotape—rnDoug Bandow argues that the war on Serbia and our never-ending aggression on Iraq arernexamples of “Bipartisan Imperialism,” while Chnmivles foreign affairs editor SrdjarnTrifkovic reveals the post-human character of the current regime and the broader implicationsrnof NATO’s lust for world domination in “It’s Not Just the Balkans Anymore.”rnTape#:RD.)2 $12.50rnWHY WASHINGTON CAN’T GET THE ECONOMY RIGHT—Audiotape—rnRockford Institute board chairman David H;ulman unmasks the socialist myths that havernconvinced Americans to surrender the cherished freedoms and limited government of thernFounders, while U.S. Business and Industrial Council president Kevin Kearns explainsrnhow Washington is squandering American resources by “Globalizing America Down.”rnTape#:RDJ3 $12.50rnWHY WASHINGTON CAN’T GET THE MORAL ORDER RIGHT—Audiotapern—Vice presidential candidate Joseph Sobran offers a brief history of the strip-miningrnof American freedom and local rights in “Iminoial Acts: Free Association and the Constitution,”rnand Samuel Francis weighs the moral and historical significance of Patrick J.rnBuchanan’s defection from the GOP in “Beyond Stupid and Evil.”rnrape#:RDJ4 $1230rnWHY WASHINGTON DOESN’T MATTER AND THE STATES DO—Audiotapern—R. Cort Kirkwood argues that “If’t’ou Really Want to Chtinge Things, Move BackrnHome,” while Robert Stacy McCain underscores the importance of local media inrn”Down-Home Defiance.” And Thomas Fleming distinguishes patriotism from nationalism,rndemonstrating the superiority of loyalty and love for one’s fatherland in “Local Patriots.”rnTape #: RDJ5 $12.50rnWHY WASHINGTON DOESN’T MATTER AND THE CULTURE DOES—Audiotapern—E. Christian Kopff, in “The Devil Knows Latin and Why We Need To,” demonstratesrnthe necessity of classical studies, while filmmaker Ronald Maxwell celebrates thernpoetry of Robinson Jeffers. And Roger McGrath tells “Tales From the Politically CorrectrnCrypt,” exposing the dirty secrets of the Aineriean university.rnTape#:RDJ6 $12.50rnCONSERVATIVES IN WASHINGTON HAVEN’T DONE A DAMN THINCk ArnDEBATE—Audiotape—Thomas Fleming, Bill Kauffman. and Tom Piatak assert that nornsignificant victory has been achieved by the Beltway right. Doug Bandow, James GeorgernJalras. and Cliff Kincaid counter that conservatives must engage the battle in Washingtonrnrather than exercising the “Amish option.”rnTape #: RD,)7 $12.50rnTHE EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JOHN RANDOLPH CLUB: THErnFUTURE OF AMERICA: NATIONALISM OR SECE.SSION?—Eight Audiotapesrn—The complete proceedings of the John Randolph Club’s 1997 meeting at the CongressrnHotel in Chicago (tape #s RBJI, RBJ2, RBJ.l, RBJ4, RBJ5, RBJ6, RBJ7, andrnRBJ8). Includes a roast of Toin Fleming and a debate on secession. A SIOO.IX) value.rnSet#:RB,IS $80.00rnTHE NINTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JOHN RANDOLPH CLUB: TAKINGrnAMERICA BACK—Eight Audiotapes—The complete proceedings of the JohnrnRandolph Club’s 1998 meeting in Dallas (tape #s RCJ1, RCJ2, RCJ3, RCJ4, RCJ,^, RCJ6,rnRCJ7. and RCJ8). Includes a stirring speech by the “Ten Commandments judge,” RoyrnMoore, and a debate on the future of the conservative movement. A $1(X).00 value.rnSet #: RCJS $80.00rnTHE TENTH ANNUAL MEEITNG OF THE lOHN RANDOLPH CLUB: WHYrnWASHINGTON DOESN’T MATTER—Seven Audiotape,-*—The complete proceedingsrnof the John Randolph Club’s historic 1999 meeting in Georgetown, the first time thernClub’s annua! meeting has been held within the boundaries of the District of Coluinbiarn(tape #s RDJI, RDJ2, RDJ3, RDJ4, RDJ5, RDJ6, and RDJ7). An $87..SO value. Includesrna debate on the failures of the Beltway right.rnSet#:RDJS $70.00rnSpecial 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 Thtimas 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 FORMrnNamernAddressrnCitv/State/Ziprn1 1 Check or money order enclosedrn1 1 Please bill my: | | MasterCard | | VisarnCard#rnKxpiration DaternSignaturernPlease mail form (with payment) to:rnChronicles/ProductsrnP.O. Box 800rnMount Morris, IL 61054rnS 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<rnProduct Code Quantity Unit PricernSubtotalrn20% Discount (on orders over $50)rnTotal Pricern-rnShipping & Handling I N C L U D E DrnTax-Deductible Donation to’llie Rockford InstituternTotalrn+rnOffe r expi ires 12/31/00rnrnrn