Chronicles Magazine Movies

The Poison and the Antidote

No historian worth his honoraria ascribes major social change to a single factor. That is ideology, not history. Nonetheless, an ideology has been and remains a large cause of America’s cultural and moral decline over the past half century.

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  • IN THE DARK

    Unflinching Women

    You wouldn’t think the life of a poet would make a good film, but Terence Davies’ account of Emily Dickinson’s passage through our world is not only a good film, but one of considerable artistic achievement.

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