Chronicles Magazine October 2015

  • REVIEWS

    Two Experiments

    It is a commonplace among American conservatives that, at some point in the past, the way Americans understood their constitutional and cultural tradition diverged from the reality of the constitutional order established in 1787.

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  • EDITORIALS

    The New Nationalism

    During her short imprisonment for contempt of court, Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk who refused on religious grounds to issue marriage licenses to homosexual couples, was compared with Martin Luther King, Jr., Thomas Jefferson,...

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  • EDITORIALS

    I Heart Big Brother

    Ashley Madison, the adultery website seemingly named for Honey Boo Boo’s fiercest rival, unwillingly yielded all of her secrets to the prying eyes of a hacker group that calls itself The Impact Team.

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  • Polemics & Exchanges

    Table Talk

    “Quiet, Please,” by James O. Tate, was, like all his writing, excellent. I learned much, especially when he concentrates on providing historical and cultural knowledge.

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