Chronicles Magazine June 2007

  • REVIEWS

    Dixie for Dummies

    Many Chronicles readers are probably already familiar with Reg-nery’s Politically Incorrect Guides (P.I.G.) series, two of which have achieved best-seller status in recent years. Currently, there are eight titles in the series, the most recent...

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  • REVIEWS

    The Decivilizing Century

    When I contacted Transaction to request a review copy of the paperback edition of The Strange Death of Moral Britain (the hardback appeared in 2004), I was told I would have to wait for a few weeks, because they were completely out of...

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  • European Diary

    Lana Turner’s Nose

    In the spiritual suburbia whose probable attitudes to various emotional predicaments I imagine in these diaries, men tend to pride themselves on their rationalism and are much less interested in the alchemy of feeling than women, as shown by...

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  • VITAL SIGNS

    A 60-Year-Old Error

    Since the days of Earl Warren, the U.S. Supreme Court has engaged in a lot of freewheeling jurisprudence: the decision granting Washington the power to dictate when and how police may apprehend criminal suspects; the declaration that the racial...

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