Chronicles Magazine May 1998

  • Correspondence

    Nothing Better to Do

    I have always wanted to spend some time in Rome, for a whole rosary of personal reasons. As with much else in a person's private life, to recount these in print is to expose oneself to public ridicule. Yes, Rome is a wonderful city. Yes, the food...

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  • Correspondence

    The League Replies

    Dr. Samuel Francis describes secession as an "infantile disorder" and casts The League of the South in the role of Margaret Mitchell's impetuous Stuart Tarleton in contrast to the part he imagines he is playing—the cool, rational Rhett Butler.

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