CHRONICLES’ BACK ISSUES, TAPES, AND BOOKSrn* On Justice, Constitiitionalism, and DemocracyrnCAN THIS UNION BE SAVED?—February 1998—Thomas Heming on fighting thernfederal beast, Donald Livingston on secession and states’ rights, William J. Quirk andrnRobert M. Wilcox on judicial tyranny and constitutional change, and John R. Stoeffler onrnjudicial taxation. Plus Joseph E. Fallon on the censored history of World War 11 internmentrnand Scott P. Richert on tlie fall of the right.rnBack Issue #:T982 $7.00rnPRIVATE JUSTICE—January 1998—Thomas Fleming on the return 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 anned neutrality andrnFrank Schier on how to light City Hall—and win.rnBack Issue #:T981 $7.00rnDON’T VOTE, IT ONLY ENCOURAGES THEM—November 1996—RobertrnWeissberg on elections as a means of state conU-ol, James J. Gondii, Jr., on vote fraud,rnClyde Wilson on the two-party stranglehold, Greg Kaza on “none of the above,” and JeremyrnBlack on the differences between British and American elections. Plus Senator EugenernMcCarthy on immigration.rnBack Issue #:T96- $7.00rnINHUMAN RIGHTS—August 1996—William R. Hawkins on the World Trade Organization,rnSrdja Triftovic on the Hague Tribunal, Marshall DeRosa on the war on nationalrnsovereignty, and Bill Weber on suicide and states’ rights. Plus Thomas Reming’s reviewrnof George Garrett’s The King of Babylon Shall Not Come Against You and Nicholas Stix’srncrime stories from New York City.rnBack Issue #:T968 $7.00rnVIRTUAL DEMOCRACY—July 1996—Thomas Fleming on the tyranny of minorities,rnBill Kauffman’s interview with Eugene McCarthy, Paul Gottfried on regionalism vs.rnnationalism, and David Mastio on why Americans shouldn’t vote. Plus Marc Morano’srnexpose on sex, dmgs, and a Republican Party, and William J. Quirk and Robert M. Wilcoxrncall for a 28th Amendment.rnBack Issue #:T967 $7.00rnTURNING RIGHTS INTO WRONGS: THE SUPREME COURT VS. THE BILLrnOF RIGHTS—March 1995—William J. Quirk and R. Randall Bridwell on the evils ofrnjudicial review, Jerry Woodraff on the assault on the Second Amendment, Ronin Colmanrnon the drive for state sovereignty, and Christopher Baldwin on jury-rigging. Plus SamuelrnFrancis on Charles Murray’s and Richard Hermstein’s The Bell Curve.rnBack Issue #:T953 $7.00rnAIN’T FREEDOM GRAND, PT. II—November 1994—Thomas Fleming on institutionalizingrnrevolution, an interview with former California governor Jerry Brown.rnRichard Winger on restricting ballot access, Jeffrey Tucker on the third-party option, andrnWayne Allensworth on the religious right. Plus Tomislav Sunic on video pohtics and PaulrnFoster’s “Memoirs of a Reagan Hack.”rnBack Issue #:T94- ” $7.00rnREVOLUTIONS LN LAW—October 1993—Thomas Fleming on the tyranny of humanrnrights, Philip Jenkins on the feminist legal revolution, Bruce W. Burton on the linernitem veto, and Nicholas Stix on legalized racism. Plus Egon Richard Tausch on torchingrnthe Constitution in Waco and Virginia D. Abemethy on the relationship between immigrationrnand unemployment.rnBack Issue #:T930 $7.00rnLAW AND ORDER: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT—May 1992—Thomas Flemingrnon the role of the executioner, Philip Jenkins on the drug war and personal liberties,rnGraeme Newman on the case for corporal punishment, and Theodore Pappas on vigilanternjustice. Plus Murray Rothbard on street crime, Llewellyn Rockwell, Jn, on vagrancy law,rnRichard Irving on taxi drivers and minority crime, and a firsthand account of life in prison.rnBack Issue #:T925 $7.00rnJUDICIAL 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 Court. From the 1997 JohnrnRandolph Club meeting.rnTape#:R7J3 $12.50rnSpecial 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. 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