Chronicles Magazine Letters

  • Correspondence

    Paris Holds Her Breath

    In the days that followed the November terrorist attacks, many here in Paris were paralyzed. This is a level of violence and death to which those of us in the First World are simply unaccustomed, though modern jihad threatens to change that very...

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  • Correspondence

    No Piety, No Justice

    The annual pro-life rally has become a pilgrimage for many, and even if it has failed to stop abortion it has at least helped maintain social space for those who oppose it. Pro-lifers have ensured that abortion is still a live issue—no...

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  • REVIEWS

    Between Fear and Conceit

    H.M. Maisky was the Soviet ambassador to Britain from 1932 to 1943. In June 1943 Stalin ordered him to quit London. After returning to Moscow, Maisky was posted henceforth to unimportant positions.

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