Chronicles Magazine Book Review

America's Market Morality

Attention, “overindulgent celebrator”: Throw away your aspirin and ignore your greasy-food cravings. According to the website of Chicago’s Revive Hydration Clinic, for just $99 those suffering from “the occasional overindulgence in alcohol” can...

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    A Yanqui Doodle Dandy

    Henry Adams published his eponymous autobiography in the early years of the last century. Now, just about a hundred years after The Education of Henry Adams, we have The Education of Héctor Villa. America is center stage in both, but they are...

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    Sex Matters

    Rarely have I read in so few pages a book as thought-provoking and compelling as J. Budziszewski’s On the Meaning of Sex. Budziszewski, a Yale Ph.D. and professor of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, has grappled for...

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    America the Redeemer

    Jesus’ words to his followers about the city on a hill, coming between references to salt without savor and the futility of hiding a light under a bushel, are admonitory, not congratulatory. Those upon whom the light has been bestowed are not...

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