Chronicles Magazine Politics

Marriage—the Real Right to Privacy

The 150-year-old crusade for women's rights in America has, in the different phases of its history, devoted its energies to diverse causes. In the decades before and after the War Between the States, the principal cause was the right of married...

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    The Way We Live

    James Lincoln Collier is the descendant of well-to-do New Englanders, mill-owners "who lived in a grand house on a hill, overlooking a row of . . . the cottages of the- workers [they] . . . employed."

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    Getting Back to Nature

    In 1960 John Courtney Murray, S.J., warned of the possibility that America was slipping into a new barbarism. In his best known work, We Hold These Truths, Father Murray said that barbarism "threatens when men cease to talk together according to...

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