An Autobiographical Bibliography of George Anastaplo (1947-2003)

APPENDIX

If we could first know where we are and whither we are tending, we could better judge what to do and how to do it.

—Abraham Lincoln (1858)

A.     Public Papers                                                                                       Index Numbers 1-7

B.     Books                                                                                               Index Numbers 21-35

C.     Other Publications                                                                     Index Numbers 61-364

D.     Talks, Papers, and Interviews                                                    Index Numbers 501-1484

E.    Selected Letters to Editors                                                           Index Numbers 2001-2131

George Anastaplo (born November 7, 1925, in St. Louis, Missouri) has been awarded the A.B., J.D., and Ph.D. degrees by the University of Chicago (1948, 1951, and 1964).  He enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps in 1943 (at age 17) and served as an aviation cadet and as a flying officer until 1947.He is currently (2003) Professor of Law, Loyola University of Chicago; Lecturer in the Liberal Arts, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago; and Professor Emeritus of Political Science and of Philosophy, Dominican University. See, on his anomalous status at the Loyola School of Law, Item 2001(5), below, pp. 300-01. See, on his status at the University of Chicago, Item C-2001(5), below, pp. 304-15. See, also, Political Science Reviewer, vol. 26, pp. 3, 16 (1997). See, as well, Item D-XI/16(B)/2003, below.  This bibliography, which is not complete, has been prepared by George Anastaplo.  See, for earlier versions, Items C-1992(7), C-2000(11), and C-2000(13), below. See, also, (1)  (www.cygneis.com/anastaplo (2) http: hydeparkhistory.org.See, as well, Chicago Tribune Magazine, November 265, 2000, p. 14, December 31, 2000, p. 4 (last letter); The Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, February 5, 2004, p. 3; The Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, June 24, 2004, pp. 7-8..

 

The numbers in bold-face type, placed in the left-hand margins of this Bibliography, are used in the Index for this Bibliography. All other numberings are for indications of sources, cross-references, etc. The Index for this Bibliography may be found in John A. Murley, ed., Leo Strauss and His Legacy (Lanham Maryland: Lexington Books, 2005), pp. 869-935.

A. Public Papers

1 A-1. Petitions, Briefs, Records, and Other Materials prepared by George Anastaplo, as Counsel pro se (with respect to his application for admission to the Illinois bar): In re George Anastaplo, 3 Ill.2d 471, 121 N.E.2d 826 (1950-1954); 348 U.S. 946, 349 U.S. 903 (1955); 18 Ill.2d 182, 163 N.E.2d 429 (1959-1960); 366 U.S. 82, 368 U.S. 869 (1961).  See, also, Proceedings, 405 U.S. xi, xxvi-xxviii (1972).  See, for chronologies and other materials, Item B-1, below, pp. 331-418, Item B-2, below, pp. 105-14, and Items C-1986(3), C-1997(9), C-1998(11), and C-2001(4), below.  See, also, Items D-X/13/1961, D-XII/22/1978, below. See, as well, Item B-15 (Projected), below, pp. 407-67 (2004).

2 A-2. Oral Argument, Counsel pro se, In re George Anastaplo, United States Supreme Court, Washington, D. C., December 14, 1960. (Records of the United States Supreme Court, 267-294, Case #58.  A recording is available.)

3 A-3. Statement on a proposed Public Records Access Act (House Bill 1820) prepared by the Governor’s Commission on Individual Liberty and Personal Privacy, State of Illinois. Before the Judiciary Committee (chaired by Harold Washington of Chicago), House of Representatives, General Assembly, State of Illinois, April 30, 1975. (Incorporated in Item C-1975(5), below, pp. 399-401, and in Item C-1988(2), below, pp. 159-62.) George Anastaplo served as Research Director and Advisor to the Commission.

4 A-4. Final Report (with Bernard Weisberg, Ellen Flaum, Frank Kruesi, and others), Governor’s Commission on Individual Liberty and Personal Privacy, State of Illinois, January 28, 1976, pp. 1-136 (reprinted, in part, in Focus/Midwest, vol. 11, no. 68, 16-21). See Items D-VI/13/1974 and D-IV/27/1975, below.  See, also, Item D-XI/12/1985, below. See, as well, Appendix 2 of the law review version of Item B-14 (Projected), below (2004).

5 A-5. Statement in support of a Public Access to City Records Ordinance, City Council, Chicago, Illinois, July 2, 1976. (Incorporated in Item C-1976(6), below.)

6 A-6. “Memorandum: Title I Programs and Constitutional Adjudication.” Thomas W. Vitullo-Martin, ed., Summary Report: Delivery of Title I Services to Non-Public School Students, Compensatory Education Evaluation Study, National Institute of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, October 10, 1977, in Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education, Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, 1st Sess., on H. R. 15 (Hearings held in Washington D.C., October 6, 18, 19, and 20, 1977), Part 16, pp. 555, 570.

7 A-7. Title I Funds, Church-Sponsored Schools and the First Amendment: From Child-Benefit to Community-Benefit?, pp. 1-149 (1978). Prepared as part of a study directed by Thomas W. Vitullo-Martin, The Participation of Private School Students in ESEA Title I Programs, under a research contract sponsored by the Compensatory Education Division, National Institute of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D.C. (Incorporated in Item C-1981(4), below.)

B. Books

21 B-1. The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment (Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1971), pp. i-xiii, 1-826. (To be reprinted, with modifications, by Lexington Books in 2004.) (Principal source: Item C-1964(1), below, pp. 1-471. See, for corrections, Item B-3, below, pp. 369-71. Items C-1972(3) and C-1972(4), below, can serve, when combined, as a seventh appendix to this book.)  See Item C-1997(1), below, p. 126, n. 2.

Dedication: “To MY CHILDREN and to my Children’s Children with the Reminder that their revolutionary Forefathers not only made the American, Greek, and Texas Wars of Independence but thereafter instituted and maintained new Governments of their own.” (See Item B-10, below.)

22 B-2. Human Being and Citizen: Essays on Virtue, Freedom and the Common Good (Chicago: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, 1975), pp. i-xiii, 1-332. The first printing by the Ohio University Press was in 1985. Sources: Items C-1969(3), C-1964(2), C-1964(3), C-1965(2), C-1966(1), C-1967(2), D-X/17/1969. C-1970(1), C-1964(5), C-1972(1), D-V/15/1971, C-1972(5), C-1973(9), C-1974(6), D-IV/25/1974, C-1969(2), and D-XII/29/1970, below). See, for corrections, Item B-3, below, p. 371.

Dedication: “To MY PARENTS who discovered as Immigrants from Greece how difficult it is for one to become a Human Being where one is not born a Citizen.”

23 B-3. The Artist as Thinker: From Shakespeare to Joyce (Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press/ Ohio University Press, 1983), pp. i-xv, 1-499. (Sources: Items D-III/3/1975, D-I/19/1973, D-V/20/1978, D-IV/2/1978, D-III/2/1978, D-I/21/1971, D-XII/4/1969, D-V/14/1977, D-XII/12/1975, D-VI/12/1976, D-III/2/1978, D-I/17/1975, D-V/17/1975, D-X/31/1976, D-XI/9/1975, D-XI/12/1977, D-V/10/1977, C-1974(14), D-XI/22/1976, D-VI/19/1974, D-X/22/1978, C-1973(4), D-VI/13/1981, D-IX/27/1976, D-XI/19/1971, and D-X/12/1975, below. See, also, Items C-1978(1), C-1979(1), C-1990(1), C-1990(2), and C-1991(6), below.) At p. v, the last line of the dedicatory poem should be placed in parentheses and should read, (He is a god, and handsomer than him.)

Dedication: “To MY WIFE, Artist and Mother of Artists, who a quarter of a century ago ventured to sing: Ariadne at Naxos [text of quoted poem omitted here].”  (See Item B-7 below.)

24 B-4. The Constitution of 1787: A Commentary (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989), pp. i-xiii, 1-339. (Sources: Items D-IX/12/1985 D-III/14(B)/1983, D-IX/26/1985, D-X/10/1985, D-X/24/1985, D-XI/7/1985, D-XII/5/1985, D-XII/19/1985, D-I/16/1986, D-I/30/1986, D-I/13/1986, D-III/20/1986, D-III/28(B)/1986, D-IV/10/1986, D-IV/17/1986, and D-V/1/1986, below.)

Dedication: “To MY BROTHERS who, not without considerable personal sacrifice, have for decades honored that ancient republican faith which is grounded in the integrity of the family.”  (See Items B-6 and B-9, below.)

25 B-5. The American Moralist: On Law, Ethics, and Government (Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, 1992), pp. i-xxiv, 1-624. (Sources:  Items D-XI/8/1985, C-1983(3), D-III/2/1985, D-IV/23/1983, D-VI/1/1985, D-IV/20/1979, D-XI/29(B)/1979, C-1977(9), D-X/19/1988, D-V/24/1980, D-X/21/1973, D-IX/4(A)/1982, D-XI/8/1981, D-XI/6/1983, D-XI/7/1979, C-1975(5), D-V/16/1979, D-IV/29/1966, C-1974(1), C-1983(7), C-1983(2), D-IV/26(A)/1981, D-IV/26(B)/1981, D-III/13/1985, D-III/23/1982, D-IV/29/1980, D-V/5/1984, D-V/6/1976, D-V/7/1978, D-VIII/27/1989, C-1983(1). D-III/13/1984, D-IV/28/1974, D-I/14/1988, D-I/21/1988, C-1975(2), D-X/14/1977, D-IV/6/1983, D-III/4/1981, D-XII/1/1978, C-1974(12), C-1985(3), D-VI/9/1984, D-IX/1/1984, D-V/29/1984, D-II/22(B)/1990, D-V/13/1986, D-XI/7/1975, C-1985(4), and D-XI/28/1982, below.)

Dedication: “To THE SACRED MEMORY of SEVEN VERY YOUNG MEN we grew up with in Carterville, Illinois and who went off to war with us a half-century ago but WHO NEVER RETURNED.”

26 B-6. The Amendments to the Constitution: A Commentary (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995), pp. i-xxii, 1-466.  (Sources: Items D-IX/20/1990, D-XI/29(A)/1990, D-X/20/1990, D-IX/27/1990, D-X/11/1990, D-X/25/1990, D-XI/8/1990, D-XI/29(C)/1990, D-X/4(B)/1991, D-X/30/1987, D-IV/14/1974, D-I/31/1991, D-II/1/1991, D-II/28/1991, D-III/1/1991, D-IV/11/1991, and D-IV/12/1991, below.  See, also, Item C-1992(3), above.)

Dedication: “To MY BROTHERS who, not without considerable personal sacrifice, have for decades honored that ancient republican faith which is grounded in the integrity of the family.”  (See Item B-4, above, Item B-9, below.)

27 B-7. The Thinker as Artist: From Homer to Plato & Aristotle (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1997), pp. i-xv, 1-405.  (Sources: Items D-IV/25/1993, D-IV/25/1993, D-XI/11/1989, D-V/5/1979, D-VIII/31/1980, D-XII/7/1984, D-X/28/1982, D-V/11-15(C)/1956, D-I/22/1989, D-XI/7/1982, D-IV/21(B)/1996, D-V/6/1990, D-XI/2/1996, D-V/16/1996, D-X/26(A)/1996, D-VIII/10/1993, D-XI/8/1987, D-VI/1/1980, D-VI/5/1987, D-V/6/1989, D-XI/10/1979, D-XII/9(B)/1995, D-IV/19/1981, D-XI/5/1988, D-X/7/1984, and D-XI/8/1984, below.)

Dedication: “To MY WIFE, Artist and Mother of Artists, who four decades ago ventured to sing: Ariadne at Naxos [text of quoted poem omitted here].” (See Item B-3, above.)

28 B-8. Campus Hate-Speech Codes and Twentieth Century Atrocities (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1997), pp. i-vi, 1-121.  (Sources: Items D-III/27/1991, D-X/30(B)/1991, D-X/31/1991, D-V/1/1992, D-X/7(C)/1994, D-II/8/1993, D-IV/25/1995, D-V/18/1995, and D-IX/15(B)/1995, below.  See, for corrections, Item B-11, below.)

Dedication: “Vital to the concern expressed throughout this Collection is the need to restore the standard of civility by which productive discourse is sustained.  A model of such civility was graciously provided by a teacher of mine at the University of Chicago four decades ago, C. Herman Pritchett (1907-1995).  It is appropriate, therefore, that this volume be dedicated to his memory.”  (See Item B-11, below.)

29 B-9.  Liberty, Equality & Modern Constitutionalism: A Source Book (Newburyport, Massachusetts: Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company, 1999), Volume One, pp. i-xvi, 1-279, Volume Two, pp. i-xvi, 1-301.  This collection of materials includes in each volume the General Introduction as well as introductions to three subdivisions.

Volume One.  From Socrates and Pericles to Thomas Jefferson

A. Classical and Political Background (pp. 1-2)

B. 1215 and Its Consequences (pp. 88-90)

C. Whose Liberty?  Whose Equality?  (pp. 213-14)

Volume Two.  From George III to Hitler and Stalin

A. 1776 and Its Consequences (pp. 1-3)

B. The Civil War Test (pp. 40-42)

C. Whose Equality?  Whose Liberty?  (pp. 99-101)

Dedication: “To the memory of MY BROTHERS who, not without considerable personal sacrifice, honored for decades that ancient republican faith which is grounded in the sanctity of the family.”  (See Items B-4 and B-6, above.)

30 B-10. Abraham Lincoln: A Constitutional Biography (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1999), pp. i-x, 1-373 (to be published as a paperback, with a Foreword by Eva Brann [46 South Dakota Law Review 666 2001)). (Preferred title for this book: Thoughts on Abraham Lincoln.) (Sources: Items D-IV/28/1992, D-II/12/1961, D-X/10/1963, D-V/14/1976, D-IV/18/1985, D-IX/15/1988, D-I/24/1986, C-1981(3), D-V/3(B)/1991, D-II/9/1991, D-VIII/28/1993, D-I/30/1984, D-IV/22/1997, D-XII/5/1997, D-IV/24/1974, D-III/3(B)/1963, D-VI/17/1997, D-XI/19(B)/1988, and D-VIII/14/1986, below.)

Dedication: “To MY CHILDREN’S CHILDREN and to their Children with the Reminder that their patriotic Forebears were among the brave Men North and South who both counselled against and fought in the American Civil War.”  (See Item B-1, above.)

31 B-11. Campus Hate-Speech Codes, Natural Right, and Twentieth Century Atrocities (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999), pp. i-vi, 1-196.  (Sources: Items D-III/27/1991, D-X/30(B)/1991, D-X/31/1991, D-V/1/1992, D-IX/16/1994, D-X/7(C)/1994, D-II/8/1993, D-IV/25/1995, D-V/18/1995, D-IX/15(B)/1995, and C-1993(1), below.)

Dedication: see Item B-8, above.

32 B-12. But Not Philosophy: Seven Introductions to Non-Western Thought (with a Foreword by John Van Doren) (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2002), pp. i-xxiv, 1-397.  (Sources: Items C-1986(2), C-1995(5), C-1985(2), C-1984(1), C-1992(4), C-1989(1), C-1993(4), C-1998(13), D-V/18/1995, D-IX/15(B)/1995, C-1993(1), and C-1994 (9), below. See Item D-I/19(B)/1974, below.

Dedication: “To the Memory of L.S. AND M.J.A., ‘the Founders] of the Feast.’”

33 B-13 Plato, Meno. Translated and annotated by George Anastaplo and Laurence Berns  (Newburyport, Massachusetts: Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company, forthcoming), pp. I-viii, 1-86. (This edition includes an innovative numbering of the  speeches in the dialogue, which should be useful for classroom discussion, and a detailed step-by-step reconstruction of the Slave Boy’s geometrical exercise

Dedication: “To John Gormly (1925-1967), fellow student at the University of Chicago

34 B-14 (Projected). September 11: The ABC’s of a Citizen’s Responses. (Sources: Items D-IX/12(A)/2001, D-IX/13/2001, D-IX/17/2001, D-IX/12(B)/2001, D-X/10/2001, D-XI/11/2001, D-XII/7(B)/2001, D-I/20(B)/2002, D-II/8/2002, D-III/12/2002, D-IV/25/2002, D-IV/26/2002, D-VI/1/2002, D-X/10/2002, D-II/12(B)/2003, D-IX/8/2003, D-XI/6/1977, D-IV/7/1981, D-VIII/28/1986, D-X/4/1990, D-IV/26/1991, D-XII/7/1991, D-IV/15,1995, and D-V/1/2001, below, as well as fifty-two Letters to Editors. See, for samples of these letters, Items E-V/8/1997, E-VI/0/2002, and E-Vii/4/2003, below.) This study is to be published in the Oklahoma City University Law Review (in 2004), without its previously published appendices,  and thereafter, it is to be hoped, in book form.  See Steve Neal’s column, Chicago Sun-Times September 10, 2003, p. 49. (The 2004 law review version is to have three appendices: Item D-IX/18/2003, BELOW, ITEM A-4, above (main text), and Item D-V/1/2002, below.)

35 B-15 On Trial: From Adam & Eve to O. J. Simpson (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2004) ( with a Foreword by Abner J. Mikva), pp  I-xx, 1-499. Sources: Items C-1991(4), D-V/16/1981, D-III/3/1989, D-II/13/1982, D-XII/6/1975, D-XII/8/1979, D-III/26/1991, D-X/28/1984, D-V/9/1982, D-X/3/1964, D-III/4/1979, D-V/11/1977, C-1997 (11) ,D-IV/4/2001, D-XI/19/1976, D-IV/1/1976, D-II/3/1977, D-X/3/1983, D-III/6(B)/1975, D-III/13/1987, D-IV/5/1991,  C-1979(8), D-I/31/1990, D-IV/7/1989, C-1974(11), D-XI/21/1995,  C-1973 (8), D-XI/4/1987, D-IV/16(A)/2001, D-II/14/2001, and D-II/5/2003, below.)

Dedication: To the Memory of my Law School teachers (1948-1951) who, with a few noble exceptions, preached (and hence taught) far better than they could practice.

 

C. Other Publications

Double asterisks identify those law journal articles by the author, most of them of book length, which are collections of a number of talks and papers by him.  Triple asterisks identify Items incorporated in one of the author’s books.  Similar uses of asterisks may be seen in Part D (Talks and Papers) in order to indicate Items which have been incorporated in the author’s books, in his book-length articles, or in his shorter articles. The author’s longer law journal and other journal articles, are usually collections of a number of talks and papers prepared by him (Part D, below). See Items C-1976(1), C-1977(10), C-1979(7), C-1985(6), C-1986(3), C-1986(6), C-1987(4), C-1989(4), C-1990(5), C-1991(2), C-1991(4), C-1992(2), C-1992(3), C-1993(2), C-1995(4), C-1997(9), C-1998(10), C-1998(11), C-1998(12), C-1999(4), C-1999(16), C-2000(1),  C-2000(9), C-2000(10), C-2000(12), C-2001(3), C-2001(4), C-2001(5), C-2001(6), C-2002(2), C-2003 (1), and C-2003 (2), below B-14 (Projected), above. Items C-1997(9), C-1998(11), and C-2001(4), below belong together (as a study of Political Correctness today). See  for the contents of various collections, Item C-2000(l1), below. See, also Introduction , Part D. below. Gaps are provided here in the Index Numbers (in the margins), permitting an efficent addition of future items that the author may happen to develop. (Those gaps are Index Numbers 8-20, 36-60, 365-500, and 1485-2000.)

C-1951

61 1. Member, Symposium Planning Committee, “Congressional Investigations” Issue, University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 421-657 (1951).

C-1954

62 1. Book Review: Henry S. Drinker, Legal Ethics (New York, 1954).  Lawyers Guild Review, vol. 14, pp. 143-44 (1954).

63 2. Book Review: Albert F. Blaustein and Charles O. Porter, The American Lawyer, A Summary of the Survey of the Legal Profession (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954).  Lawyers Guild Review, vol. 14, pp. 178-81 (1954).

C-1959

64 1. “Closing Argument in a Bar Admission Hearing Before the Committee on Character and Fitness, Chicago, Illinois, May 26, 1958.”  Lawyers Guild Review, vol. 19, pp. 143-164 (1959).

C-1964

65 ***1. Notes on the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States (University of Chicago doctoral dissertation, 1964), pp. i-viii, 1-843.  (Pages 1-471 are incorporated in Item B-1, above (1971).  The appendices to this dissertation include, in the following order, Items D-I/26/1963, D-II/12/1961, D-X/10/1963, D-V/5/1961, D-II/21/1964, D-III/3(B)/1963, D-VIII/26/1963, D-I/25/1959, D-IV/18(A)/1962, D-XI/14/1961, D-I/19/1961, D-III/21/1962, D-V/13/1963, D-X/1/1963, D-VIII/19/1961, D-XII/8/1967, D-VI/2/1962, and D-V/10/1964, below.  All of these items have since been published elsewhere except for Items D-IV/18(A)/1962 and D-VI/2/1962, below.)

66 ***2. “Human Being and Citizen: A Beginning to the Study of Plato’s Apology of Socrates.” Joseph Cropsey, ed., Ancients and Moderns: Essays in the Tradition of Political Philosophy in Honor of Leo Strauss (New York: Basic Books, 1964), pp. 16-49.  (Source: Item D-X/25/1963, below.  Incorporated, with corrections and complete notes, in Item B-2, above, pp. 8-29 (1975).)

67 ***3. Book Review: Leonard W. Levy, Legacy of Suppression–Freedom of Speech and Press in Early American History (Cambridge, 1960).  New York University Law Review, vol. 39, pp. 735-41 (June 1964).  (Source: Item D-VIII/26/1963, below.  Incorporated, with corrections and complete notes, in Item B-2, above, pp. 33-45 (1975).)  See Item D-IV/16/1986, below.

68 4. “Freedom of Speech and the First Amendment.”  University of Detroit Law Journal, vol. 42, pp. 55-73 (October 1964).  (Source: Item D-II/21/1964, below.)  Corrections are needed.

69 ***5. “What’s Wrong With George Anastaplo?  Another Lecture for Law Students.”  Carterville Herald, Carterville, Illinois, November 19, 1964, p. 1; December 3, 1964, p. 2; December 10, 1964, p. 2.  (Source: Item D-V/14/1963, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 105-14 (1975).)  See Item C-1986(3), below.

70 6. “Due Process of Law–An Introduction.”  University of Detroit Law Journal, vol. 42, pp. 195-216 (1964).  (Source: Item D-I/25/1959, below.)  Corrections are needed. See, e.g., Item-B1(1971), above, p. 469, n. 33

C-1965

71 ***1. “The Declaration of Independence.”  St. Louis University Law Journal, vol. 9, pp. 390-415   (1965).  (Sources: Items D-II/12/1962 and D-X/10/1963, below.  See, for corrections, Item C-1976(1), below, p. 128.  Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 11-29, 267-75 (1999).)

72 ***2. “Natural Right and the American Lawyer: An Appreciation of Professor Fuller.”  Wisconsin Law Review, vol. 1965, pp. 322-43 (1965).  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 46-60, 248-60 (1975).)

73 3. Book Review: Shri D. Gopalakrishna Sastri, The Law of Sedition in India (Bombay, 1964).              Law Library Journal, vol. 58, p. 197 (1965).

C-1966

74 ***1. Book Review: Harry V. Jaffa, Equality and Liberty: Theory and Practice in American Politics (New York, 1965).  New York University Law Review, vol. 41, pp. 664-77 (1966).  (Sources: Items D-XI/14/1961 and D-III/21/1962, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 61-73, 260-68 (1975).)

C-1967

75 1. “Interview of a Colonel in Athens: A Reconstruction.”  Chicago Sun-Times, September 3, 1967, p. 28.  Reprinted in Hellenic Review, London, England, August, 1968, p. 29, and in Congressional Record, Daily Record, vol. 115, pp. E2634-E2635 (April 2, 1969).

76 ***2. “Law and Morality: On Lord Devlin, Plato’s Meno, and Jacob Klein.”  Wisconsin Law Review, vol. 1967, pp. 231-51 (1967).  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 74-86, 268-81 (1975).)

C-1968

77 1. “Retreat from Politics: Greece, 1967.”  Massachusetts Review, vol. 9, pp. 83-113 (1968) (errata noted, Spring 1968 issue, p. 206; many additional corrections are needed). See Item D-V/30/1968, below.  See, also, Item D-XII/31/1993, below.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 8461-8468; Daily Record, pp. E2632-E2639 (April 2, 1969).

78 ***2. “For Leo Strauss: A Leave-Taking,” University of Chicago Maroon, February 16, 1968, p.7; February 27, 1968, p. 4 (corrections).  (Source: Item D-XII/1/1967, below.  Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 259-61 (1983).)

79 3. “The Passion of Greece Today.”  Notes on World Events, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, vol. 45, pp. 1-3 (September 1968).  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 8460-8461; Daily Record, pp. E2631-E2632 (April 2, 1969).  (Source: Item D-IV/17/1968, below.)

80 4. On the proposed constitution for Greece.  Interview by Themi Vasils.  WCIU-TV, Chicago, August 17, 1968.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 19732-19733 (July 15, 1969).

81 5. “Greek Anarchy and American Paralysis.” Hellenic Review, London, England, October 1968, pp. 13-14.

82 6. “Greece Today and the Limits of American Power.” Southwest Review, vol. 54, pp. 1-24 (Winter 1968) (translated into Greek and published in the Greek-Canadian Tribune, Montreal, Quebec, January 17, 1969, pp. 4-5; January 24, 1969, pp. 3-5, and in subsequent issues).  Reprinted, without section divisions, in Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 6023-6028; Daily Record, pp. E1875-E1880 (March 11, 1969).  This article was given the John H. McGinnis Memorial Award in February 1970.  (Source: Item D-X/31/1968, below.)

C-1969

83 1. “The Karamanlis Solution.”  Greek-Canadian Tribune, Montreal, Quebec, January 17, 1969, pp. 2-4 (translated into Greek).

84***2. “On Civil Disobedience: Thoreau and Socrates.” Southwest Review, vol. 54, pp. 203-14 (1969).  (Sources: Items D-V/10/1964 and D-Fall/1967, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2 above, pp. 203-13, 313-16 (1975).)

85***3. “Dissent in Athens: An American Returns to Greece.” Notes on World Events, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, vol. 46, pp. 1, 3-4.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 16878-16879; Daily Record, pp. E5156-E5157 (June 23, 1969).  (Source: Item D-IX/20/1968, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 3-7, 223-33 (1975).)

86 4. “Greece and America: Toward the Precipice Together?” Congressional Record, vol. 115, p. 19732; Daily Record, pp. E5975-E5982 (July 15, 1969).

87 5. “A Guide to Contemporary Greece, Especially for Greek-Americans” (abridged), Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 21018-21020; Daily Record, E6294-E6296 (July 28, 1969).

88 6. “Greece Today and the Limits of Compromise,” Congressional Record, vol. 115, pp. 40495-40496; Daily Record, pp. E10873-E10874 (December 20, 1969).  (Source: Item D-IX/15/1969, below.)

C-1970

89 ***1. “Pollution, Ancient and Modern.” Thomas W. Vitullo, ed., The Legal and Economic Aspects of Pollution (with R. Stephen Berry, Ronald H. Coase, Harold Demsetz, and Milton Friedman) (University of Chicago: Center for Policy Study, 1970).  (Source: Item D-IV/13/1970, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 97-101 (1975).)

90 2. “Next Year in Athens?”  Interview by John Anastaplo. WJOB-Radio, Hammond, Indiana.  Congressional Record, vol. 116, pp. 3459-3461; Daily Record, pp. E935-E937 (February 16, 1970).

91 ***3. “The Chicago Conspiracy Trial:  Disgraceful Masquerade.”  Chicago Sun-Times, February

22, 1970, sec. 2, p. 2.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 116, pp. 9197-9198; Daily Record, pp. E2420-E2421 (March 24, 1970) and in Collegian, St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland, April 13, 1970.  (Incorporated in Item B-1, above, pp. 315-19 (1971).)  See Item D-IV/7/1989, below.

92 4. “Interview in Athens: On the Karamanlis Statement.”  Interview by Robert McDonald of the B.B.C. Congressional Record, vol. 116, pp. 6763-6765; Daily Record, pp. E1818-E1820 (March 10, 1970).

93 5. “Swan Song of an Eagle: America in Greece.”  Southwest Review, vol. 50, pp. 105-25 (Spring 1970).  Reprinted, in part, in Congressional Record, vol. 116, pp. S7535-S7538 (May 20, 1970), and in Congressional Record, vol. 117, pp. 28130-28134; Daily Record, pp. E8492-E8496 (July 29, 1971).

94 6. Book Review: Andreas G. Papandreou, Democracy at Gunpoint: The Greek Front (New York, 1970).  Book World, May 24, 1970, p. 5.  Reprinted in International Herald-Tribune, Paris, France, May 29, 1970, p. 14.

95 7. Book Review: Helen Vlachou, House Arrest (Boston, 1970).  Chicago Sun-Times, June 24, 1970, p. 47.

96 8. A Call, for the State Constitutional Convention, “To the People of the State of Illinois.”  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, July 1, 1970, p. 6; Chicago Tribune, July 2, 1970, sec. 1, p. 20; Park Forest Star, July 5, 1970; Chicago Daily News, July 6, 1970, p. 14; LaGrange Citizen, July 18, 1970; Oak Leaves-Forest Leaves, July 22, 1970, p. 26; Oak Park World, August 2, 1970 (and others).

97 9. “The Daring of Moderation: Student Power and The Melian Dialogue.”  School Review, vol. 78, pp. 451-81 (1970)

98 10. “Canada and the Dilemmas of Decent Men.”  Chicago Daily News, November 26, 1970, pp. 5-6 (abridged).  Reprinted in its entirety, in Congressional Record, vol. 116, pp. 44796-44798; Daily Record, pp. E11057-E11059 (January 2, 1971).

99 11. “American Aid and Greek Tyranny: A Memorandum Upon Being Expelled from Greece as a Foreign Correspondent.”  Congressional Record, vol. 116, p. 42624; Daily Record, p. E10520 (December 18, 1970); also, Greek Report, London, England, September-December 1970, p. 8.

100 12. Book Review: James M. Burns, Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom (New York, 1970).  The Critic, January-February 1971, pp. 71-72, 76.

C-1971

101 1.  “Military Men and Political Questions: What the American Can Learn From Greece Today,” Congressional Record, vol. 117, pp. 28130-28134; Daily Record pp. E6129-E6132 (June 17, 1971).

102 2.  “Mertha Fulkerson (1905-1971): Guardian of the Clearing.”  (With Jane Shea and Leo Paul S. de Alvarez.)  Congressional Record, vol. 117, pp. 46881-46882; Daily Record, pp. H12557-H12558 (December 14, 1971).  (Source: Item D-VII/24/1971, below.)

103 3.  “American Policy in Greece: A Declaration of Bankruptcy.”  Baltimore Sun, October 31, 1971, p. K2.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 117, p. 47905; Daily Record, pp. E13889-E13890 (December 17, 1971) and in Congressional Record, vol. 118, p. 889; Daily Record, pp. S333-S334 (January 24, 1972).

C-1972

104 ***1. “Obscenity and Common Sense: Toward a Definition of ‘Community’ and ‘Individuality’.” Robert E. Meagher, ed., Toothing Stones: Rethinking the Political (Chicago; Swallow Press, 1972), pp. 182-222.  Reprinted, with additions, in St. Louis University Law Journal, vol. 16, pp. 527-56 (Summer 1972).  (Source: Item D-IV/24/1965, below. Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 117-38, 288-300 (1975).)

105 2. Book Reviews: John A Katris, Eyewitness in Greece: The Colonels Come to Power (St. Louis, 1971) and Bayard Stockton, Phoenix With a Bayonet: A Journalist’s Interim Report on the Greek Revolution (Ann Arbor, 1971). Saturday Review, February 12, 1972, pp. 79-80.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 118, p. 32585; Daily Record, pp. E8149-E8150 (September 27, 1972); in Congressional Record, vol. 118, p. 37042; Daily Record, pp. E8811-E8812 (October 17, 1972); and in Congressional Record, vol. 118, p. 37407; Daily Record, pp. E8903-E8904 (October 25, 1972).

106 3.  “Preliminary Reflection on the Pentagon Papers.” University of Chicago Magazine, January-February 1972, pp. 2-11.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 118, pp. 24990-24995; Daily Record, pp. S11560-S11565 (July 24, 1972); and, in part, in The Journal: Forum for Contemporary History, June-July 1972, pp. 31-33. See Item B-1, above.

107 4.  “The Pentagon Papers and the Rule of ‘No Prior Restraints.’” University of Chicago Magazine, March-April 1972, pp. 16-28.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 118, pp. 24995-24999; Daily Record, pp. S11565-S11570 (July 24, 1972).  See Item B-1, above.

108 ***5.  “Vietnam, Insubordination, and Self-Government.”  Chicago Tribune, June 25, 1972, sec. 1A, pp. 1-2. Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 118, p. 34343; Daily Record, pp. E8414-E8415 (October 10, 1972); and in Congressional Record, vol. 118, p. 34755; Daily Record, pp. E8480-E8481 (October 10, 1972). (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 151-54, 303-05 (1975).)

C-1973

109 1. “The Obscenity and Freedom Tightrope.” Chicago Tribune, January 14, 1973, sec. 2, p. 3.

110 2. “An Amnesty on Discussions of Amnesty?” Chicago Tribune, February 25, 1973, sec. 2, p. 2. Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 13918; Daily Record, pp. H3280-H3281 (May 2, 1973).

111 3. Book Reviews: Mikis Theodorakis, Journal of Resistance (New York, 1973) and Amalia Fleming, A Piece of Truth (Boston, 1973).  Chicago Sun-Times/Showcase, March 4, 1973, sec. 3, p. 18.

112 ***4. “On the Making of Stained-Glass Windows for Rockefeller Chapel, The University of Chicago.” Chicago Sun-Times, Midwest Magazine, March 11, 1973, pp. 12-13. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 301-03 also, jacket cover and frontispiece (1983).)

113 5. “Federal Prosecutions and American Politics: A Note of Caution.” Chicago Tribune, April 22, 1973, sec. 2, p. 3. See Item D-V/2/1973, below.

114 6. Book Review: Charles Goodell, Political Prisoners in America (New York, 1973).  Chicago Sun-Times/Book Week, July 8, 1973, p. 1.

115 7. “What Can Be Said for the Nixon Administration?” Chicago Tribune, September 22, 1973, sec. 1, p. 16.

116 8. “The Education of Spiro T. Agnew–and of Us All.” Chicago Tribune, October 12, 1973, sec. 1, p. 18.

117 ***9. “The Case for Supporting Israel, Chicago Sun-Times, October 21, 1973, sec. 1A, pp. 1-2.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 35985; Daily Record, pp. E7040-E7041 (November 5, 1973). (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 155-59, 305-06 (1975).)

118 10. “Impeachment: Playing With Fire?” University of Chicago Maroon, November 30, 1973, pp. 2, 6. Reprinted in Chicago Sun-Times, December 9, 1973, sec. 1-A, pp. 3, 14; in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 38757; Daily Record, pp. E7595-E7596 (November 29, 1973); in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 39073; Daily Record, pp. E7672-E7673 (December 1, 1973); and in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 43418; Daily Record, pp. E8185-E8186 (December 1, 1973). (Source: Item D-X1/27/1973, below.)

119 11. “Dreadful Days in Athens: Greek Massacres and American Misjudgments.”  Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 40892; Daily Record, pp. H11151-H11152 (December 11, 1973).

120 12. “The Karamanlis Solution for Greece.”  Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. E7852 (December 7, 1973); in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 42904; Daily Record, pp. H11566-H11567 (December 17, 1973); and in Congressional Record, vol. 119, p. 43505; Daily Record, p. E8282 (December 26, 1973).

C-1974

121 ***1. “Self-Government and the Mass Media: A Practical Man’s Guide.”  Harry M. Clor, ed., The Mass Media and Modern Democracy (Chicago: Rand MacNally, 1974), pp. 161-232.  Reprinted, in part, in Mary L. Pollingue, ed., Readings in American Government (Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1974; second edition), pp. 483-93, and in Mary P. Nichols and David K. Nichols, eds., Readings in American Government (Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Publishing Co., 1990; fourth edition), pp. 503-10. (Source: Item D-Fall/1972.  Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 245-74 (1992).  In the last sentence, “audiences” should read “spectators.”)

122 2. “Greece” (with others).  Encyclopedia Britannica, Fifteenth Edition (1974); revised (1986).  See Item C-1997(10), below.

123 3. Book Review: Hugh Thomas, John Strachey (New York, 1973).  Chicago Sun-Times/ Showcase, January 6, 1974, p. 14 (abridged).

124 4. “Who Will Educate the Educators?  On the Proposed Closing of the Downtown Center of the University of Chicago.”  University of Chicago Maroon, January 29, 1974, p. 5.  (Source: Item D-I/18(A)/1974, below.)

125 5. “$25,000 and a Sense of Proportion: On the Downtown Center.”  University of Chicago Maroon, February 19, 1974, p. 3.  (Source: Item D-II/15/1974, below.)

126 ***6. “Impeachment and Statesmanship.”  Chicago rap, March 11, 1974, pp. 1, 4-5, 8.  Reprinted, in an abridged version, in Chicago Tribune, April 20, 1974, sec. 1, p. 16.  (Source: Item D-III/4/1974, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 160-74, 306-310 (1975).)

127 7.  “Bloodied Greece: No Way Out?”  Baltimore Sun, April 19, 1974.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 120, p. 14371; Daily Record, p. E2940 (May 13, 1974); and in Congressional Record, vol. 120, p. 15597; Daily Record, p. H4116 (May 20, 1974).

128 ***8.  “One Introduction to Confucian Thought.”  University of Chicago Magazine, Summer 1974, pp. 21-28.  Printed with additions, in Item C-1984(1), below.  (Source: Item D-I/18(B)/1974, below. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 89-145. (2002.)

129 9.  “Cyprus Countdown and the Folly of the Greek Colonels.”  Interview by John Anastaplo.  WJOB-Radio, Hammond, Indiana.  Congressional Record, vol. 120, p. 26618; Daily Record, pp. E5244-E5245 (August 2, 1974) (abridged).

130 10.  Book Review: George Seferis, A Poet’s Journal: Days of 1945-1951 (Cambridge, 1974).  Chicago Sun-Times/Showcase, September 1, 1974, p. 15.

131 ***11.  “In Defense of Forthright Decency: The Pardon of Mr. Nixon.”  Chicago Tribune, September 30, 1974, sec. 2, p. 6 (abridged).  Printed, in its entirety, in Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, September 9, 1974; and, in part, in University of Chicago Maroon, September 8, 1974.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), below, pp. 1019-22, 1111-12, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 336-39, 378-79 (2004).)

132 ***12. “Politics versus Ideology: The Greek Case:” Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora, October 1974, pp. 28-34.  Reprinted, in part, in Congressional Record, vol. 121, pp. 10321-10323; Daily Record, pp. E1746-E1747 (April 15, 1975).  (Source: Item D-I/11/1974, below. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 501-08 (1992).)

133 13.  “Emma Toft: Queen of the Peninsula.”  Congressional Record, vol. 120, p. 33677; Daily Record, pp. E6228-E6229 (October 2, 1974). Reprinted in Door County Advocate, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, October 31, 1974, sec. 2, p. 2.  (Source: Item D-VII/25/1972, below.)

134 ***14.  “On Leo Strauss: A Yahrzeit Remembrance.”  University of Chicago Magazine, Winter 1974, pp. 31-38, 473-85.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 250-71 (1983).) See Items C-1996(6) and E-VI/9/2003, below.

C-1975

135 1.  Book Reviews: Nikos Kazantzakis, Symposium (New York, 1974; translated by Theodora Vasils and Themi Vasils) and Nikos Kazantzakis, Journeying (Boston, 1974; same translators).  Chicago Sun-Times/Showcase, January 26, 1975, p. 6.

136 ***2.  “The Babylonian Captivity of the Chicago Public School System.”  Chicago Principals Reporter, Spring 1975, pp. 7-17.  (Source: Item D-III/7/1974, below.  Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 454-68 (1992).)

137 3.  “Malcolm P. Sharp and the Spirit of ‘76.”  University of Chicago Law Alumni Journal, Summer 1975, pp. 18-24.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, vol. 121, pp. 40241-40243; Daily Record, pp. H12486-H12489 (December 12, 1975).

138 4.  Book Review: Elmer Gertz, To Life (New York, 1974).  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, July 9, 1975, p. 18.  (Incorporated in Item C-1977(5), below, pp. 805-06.)

139 ***5.  “The Occasions of Freedom of Speech.”  Political Science Reviewer, vol. 5, pp. 383-402 (Fall 1975).  (Sources: Items D-III/4/1974 and D-V/29/1975, below, Item A-3, above.  Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 199-213 (1992).)

140 ***6.  “A Little Touch of Harry” (a tribute to Harry Kalven, Jr.).  University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 43, pp. 13-14 (Fall 1975).  (Source: Item D-III/6(A)/1975, below.  Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 317-18 (1975).)

141 ***7.  “On Art, Calculation and Dreams: Lewis Carroll, C. L. Dodgson and Their Alices.”  University of Chicago Magazine, Winter 1975, pp. 26-32.  (Source: Item D-I/17/1075, below.  Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 166-78, 442-47 (1983).)

C-1976

142 **1.  “American Constitutionalism and the Virtue of Prudence: Philadelphia, Paris, Washington, Gettysburg.”  Leo Paul S. de Alvarez, ed., Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, and American Constitutionalism (Irving, Texas: University of Dallas Press, 1976), pp. 77-170.  (A shorter version was printed in Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, vol. 8, pp. 1-87 (Winter 1975).)  With Laurence Berns, Glen E. Thurow, and Eva Brann.  (Sources: Items D-V/5/1961, D-VII/4/1973, and D-III/3(B)/1863, below.)  See Items D-IV/15/1975, D-IV/18(B)/1962, D-Fall/1965, and D-III/3(A)/1963, below.  See, also, Item B-10, above, pp. 229-41, 325-50 (1992).)

143 ***2.  “More Bad News from Mr. Nixon.”  Chicago Sun-Times, April 12, 1976, p. 38.  See editorial comment, ibid., p. 39.  (Incorporated in C-1983(7), below, pp. 1070-73.  (Incorporated in B-5, above, pp. 291-94 (1992).)

144 **3.  “The Obscured Virtues of Smoke-Filled Rooms.”  Chicago Tribune, May 19, 1976, sec. 3,  p. 4.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(4), below, pp. 251-53.)

145 “What The Clearing Means To Me.”  Siftings From The Clearing, Ellison Bay, Wisconsin, June 1976, p. 1.

146 5.  “A New Look at an Old Lesson” (a tribute to Elbert Fulkerson). Chicago Tribune, June 12, 1976, sec. 1, p. 10.  See Items D-V/31/1973 and V/27/1978, below.

147 6.  “Why We Need Access to Our Public Records.”  Chicago Tribune, July 23, 1976, sec. 2, p. 4. (Source: Item A-5, above.)

148148 7.  “What Gerald Ford Should Be Saying.”  Chicago Tribune, October 20, 1976, sec. 3, p. 4.

C-1977

149 1.  Book Review: Paul L. Murphy, The Meaning of Freedom of Speech: First Amendment Freedoms from Wilson to FDR (Westport, Connecticut, 1972).  Southwestern University Law Review, vol. 9, pp. 273-77 (1977).

150 2.  “Passion, Magnanimity, and the Rule of Law.”  Southern California Law Review, vol. 50, pp. 351-73 (1977).  (Sources: Items D-II/4/1976 and D-XII/15/1975, below.)

151 3.  “Slavery and the Constitution: A Conversation between George Anastaplo and Melvin E. Bradford.”  Newsletter, Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Spring 1977, pp. 1-5.  (Source: D-Spring/1976, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), below, pp. 681-91.)

152 4.  “The Limitations of Public Opinion: Thoughts After a Quarter Century as a Non-Lawyer,” Focus/Midwest, vol. 11, pp. 23-24 (March 1977).  (Source: Item D-XI/10/1975, below.)

153 5.  “The Public Interest in Privacy: On Becoming and Being Human.”  DePaul Law Review, vol. 26, pp. 767-806 (1977).  Many corrections are needed.  (Sources: Items D-IV/27/1975, D-X/12/1975, and D-IV/7/1968, below, and Item C-1975(4), above.)

154 6.  Book Review: Sidney Lens, The Day Before Doomsday: An Anatomy of the Nuclear Arms Race (Garden City, New York, 1977).  Chicago Sun-Times, Show/Book Week, June 26, 1977, p. 8.  Reprinted in Hellenic Chronicle, Boston, Massachusetts, July 28, 1977, p. 5.

155 7. Book Review: Anthony Sampson, The Arms Bazaar: From Lebanon to Lockheed (New York, 1977).  Chicago Sun-Times, Show/Book Week, July 24, 1977, p. 7.

156 8.  Book Review: Howard Brotz, The Politics of South Africa: Democracy and Racial Diversity (New York, 1977).  Chicago Sun-Times, Show/Book Week, August 14, 1977, p. 8 (abridged).  Printed, in its entirety, in University of Chicago Maroon, April 11, 1978, p. 8. (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), below, pp. 780-84.)

157 ***9.  Aristocratic Imperatives in a Democratic Age: The Jeffersonian Heritage.”  The Jeffersonian Heritage (Chicago: Chicago Public Library Cultural Center, 1977), pp. 6-8.  (Source: Item D-XI/7/1977, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1977(10), below, pp. 1042-46, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 103-07 (1992).)

158 10.  “Mr. Justice Black, His Generous Common Sense and the Bar Admission Cases.”  Southwestern University Law Review, vol. 9, pp. 977-1048 (1977).  (Sources: Item D-XI/10/1975, D-V/24/1974, D-I/19/1961, and D-XI/7/1977, below.)  See Proceedings, 405 U.S. ix, at xxvi-xxviii (1972).

C-1978

159 ***1.  “Notes from Charles Dickens’s Christmas Carol.” Interpretation, vol. 7, pp. 52-74 (January 1978).  (Source: Item D-XII/12/1975, below.  Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 123-41, 426-33 (1983).  Reprinted in Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1989,  p. 3, November 30, 1989, p. 3, December 7, 1989, p. 3, December 14, 1989, p. 3, December 21, 1989, p. 3, and December 28, 1989, p. 3.)

160 2.  “Librarians and the Cause of Freedom.”  Illinois Libraries, vol. 60, pp. 112-16 (February 1978). (Source: Item D-X/271977, below.)

161 3.  “In the Wake of Watergate.”  Book Review: Philip B. Kurland, Watergate and the Constitution (Chicago, 1978). Chicago Sun-Times, Show/Book Week, April 30, 1978, p. 10.

C-1979

162 ***1.  “What is a Classic?”  In What is a Classic?  Two Talks on Liberal Education (Chicago: The Basic Program Association, The University of Chicago, 1979,), pp. 9-27.  With Jonathan Z. Smith.  (Source: Item D-X/22/1978, below.  Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 284-99 (1983).  Reprinted in Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, in February 22, 1990, p. 6, March 1, 1990, p. 8, March 8, 1990, p. 3, March 15, 1990, p. 3, March 22, 1990, p. 3, March 29, 1990, p. 3.).

163 2.  “Special Interest Groups and the First Amendment: The Role of the Library.”  Illinois         Libraries, vol. 61, pp. 195-98 (March 1979). (Source: Item D-X/25/1978, below.)

164

164 3. “Jacob Klein of St. John’s College.”  Newsletter. Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Spring 1979, pp. 1-8. (Some corrections are needed.)

165 4.  Book Review: Robert Sternfeld and Harold Zyskind, Plato’s Meno: A Philosophy of Man  as Acquisitive (Carbondale, Illinois, 1978).  Review of Metaphysics, vol. 32, pp. 773-75 (June 1979). (At p. 775, 1. 7, “117b19 sq.” should read “1179b19 sq.”; at p. 775, 1. 34, “It is not true” should read “But is it not true”.)

166 5.  “In re Anastaplo: A Progress Report.” National Law Journal, June 18, 1979, pp. 21, 33.

167 6.  “Prophets and Heretics.”  Book Reviews: Harry V. Jaffa, How to Think About the American Revolution: A Bicentennial Cerebration (Durham, North Carolina, 1978) and Garry Wills, Inventing America: Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence (New York, 1978).  Modern Age, vol. 23, pp. 314-17 (1979).

168 **7.  “Human Nature and the First Amendment.”  University of Pittsburgh Law Review, vol. 40,  pp. 661-778 (Summer 1979). (Sources: Items D-V/25/1977, D-VII/4/1976, D-III/21/1974, D-V/6/1976, D-I/19/1973, D-III/9/1976, and D-VI/22/1978, below.)

169 ***8.  “Speed Kills: The Rosenberg Case and the Perils of Indignation.” Chicago Lawyer, July 1979, pp. 19-22. (Source: Item D-XI/15/1975, below. Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), below, pp. 994-1009, 1097-1104, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above,  pp.313-26, 360-70 (2004).)

170 9.  “The Practice and Theory of Law.” Book Review: Robert E. Rodes, Jr., The Legal Enterprise (Port Washington, N.Y., 1976). Review of Politics, vol. 41, pp. 587-90 (October 1979).

171 10.  “One’s Character is One’s Fate?” Congressional Record, vol. 125, pp. 36365-36366; Daily Record, pp. E6162-E6163 (December 15, 1979).  (Source: Item D-X/12(A)/1979, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1986(3), below, pp. 624-28.)

172 11.  Book Review: Dick Simpson, Judy Stevens and Rick Kohnen, Neighborhood Government in Chicago’s 44th Ward (Champaign, Illinois, 1977). Strategies for Change, Winter 1979, pp. 4-5; DePaul Law Review, vol. 30, pp. 549-54 (1981).

C-1980

[173 ***1.  “Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.” Ronald K. L. Collins, ed., Constitutional Government in America (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 1980), pp. 421-446. (Sources: Items D-IV/24/1974 and D-VI/19/1974, below.) See Item D-IX/17/1977, below. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 135-67 (1995), and in Item B-10, above, pp. 197-227, 311-25 (1999).)

C-1981

174 ***1.  Introduction of Harry V. Jaffa, for “A Conversation with Harry V. Jaffa at Rosary College, December 4, 1980.” Newsletter, Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Spring 1981, pp. 1-4; Claremont Review of Books, December 1981, pp. 5-6; Jaffa,

American Conservatism and the American Founding (Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 1983), pp. 48-51. (Source: Item D-XII/4/1980, below. Incorporated in Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 508-11, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 476-79 (1983).)

175 2. Introduction of Malcolm P. Sharp, for “Gambling on Amity.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May 1, 1981, p. 1. (Preferred title: “The Universe Has Its Good and Friendly Features.”)

176 ***3.  “The American Alcibiades?” Book Review: The Papers of John C. Calhoun, vol. XI, pp. 1829-32, Clyde N. Wilson, ed. (Columbia, S.C., 1978), Modern Age, Winter 1981, pp. 106-11. (Incorporated in C-1989(4), below, pp. 722-32, and in Item B-10, above, pp. 113-22, 288-94 (1999).)

177 4.  “The Religion Clauses of the First Amendment.” Memphis State University Law Review, vol. 11, pp. 151-230 (Winter 1981). (Source: Item A-7, above. In p. 225, n. 154, “a sin of community” should read “a sense of community”.)

C-1982

178 ***1.  “On Speaking to and for Mankind: The Laborem Exercens Encyclical of Pope John Paul II.”  Newsletter, Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Winter 1982, pp. 9-13; Catholicism in Crisis, September 1983, pp. 6-7.  (Source: Item D-III/23/1982, below.  Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 345-48 (1992).)

C-1983

179 ***1.  “Psychiatry and the Law: An Old-Fashioned Approach.” Lawrence Z. Freedman, ed., By Reason of Insanity: Essays on Psychiatry and the Law (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1983), pp. 167-77. Quoted from at length, on nature, in Item B-4, above, pp. 414-17 (1983). (Source: Item D-X/12(B)/1979, below. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 407-21 (1992).)

180 ***2.  Book Review: Franklyn S. Haiman, Speech and Law in a Free Society (Chicago, 1981). Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, vol. 3, pp. 436-58 (1983). (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 295-316 (1992).)

181 ***3.  “Aristotle on Law and Morality.” Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, vol. 3, pp. 458- 64 (1983). (Source: Item D-IX/4(B)/1982, below. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 20-26 (1992).)

182 4.  “Crosskey’s Constitutional Blockbuster and the Limits of History.” Book Review: William W. Crosskey and William Jeffreys, Jr., Politics and the Constitution in the History of the United States, vol. III (Chicago, 1980). Modern Age, Spring 1983, pp. 365-70.

183 5.  “Notes Toward an Apologia pro vita sua.Interpretation, vol. 10, pp. 319-52 (May & September 1983).

184 6.  “What a Difference a Dean Can Make,” National Law Journal, September 12, 1983, p. 12. See, also, Chicago Magazine, December 1982, p. 185, New York Times, September 11, 1983, p. 30. See, as well, Letters to the Editor, Chicago Tribune, August 7, 1983, Chicago Sun-Times, September 1, 1983, and Southern Illinoisan, Carbondale, Illinois, December 23, 1983; Item C-1986(3), pp. 642-43, below. See, for an exchange of letters with Edward H. Levi, Item C-1986(3), below, pp. 599-609. See, also, Item D-X/27/1991, below. sec. II, and Item D-III/19(A)/2000, below.  See, as well, Item D-III/19(A)/2000, below

185 ***7.  “Legal Realism, the New Journalism, and The Brethren.Duke Law Journal, vol. 1983,  pp. 1045-74 (November 1983). (Sources: Items D-II/23/1980 and III/19/1980, below, and C-1976(2), above. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 275-94 (1992).)

C-1984

186 ***1.  “An Introduction to Confucian Thought.”  The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1984, pp. 124-70 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1984).  (Sources: Item C-1974(8), above, and Item D-I/18(B)/1974, below. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 99-145 (2002).)

187 2.  “Law, Lawyers, and Property: The Open Society and Its Limitations.”  Willamette Law Review, vol. 20, pp. 615-41 (Fall 1984).  (At p. 631, l. 20, “reluctance” should read “inclination”; at p. 641, l. 7, “common” should read “common good”.) Reprinted, but without most of the notes, in George W. Carey, ed., Order, Freedom and the Polity: Critical Essays on the Open Society (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1986), pp. 35-50. (Source: Item D-IV/27/1983, below.)

188 3.  “Mr. Crosskey, the American Constitution, and the Natures of Things.”  Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 15, pp. 181-260 (Winter 1984).

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C-1985

189 1.  “Censorship.” Encyclopedia Britannica (1985). Revised for the 1986 printing and thereafter.

190 ***2.  “An Introduction to Hindu Thought: The Bhagavad Gita.”  The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1985, pp. 258-85 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1985). (Source: Item D-IV/12/1981, below.  Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 67-98 (2002)).

191 ***3.  Book Review: Robert McDonald, Pillar & Tinderbox: The Greek Press and the            Dictatorship (New York, 1983). Journal of Modern Greek Studies, vol. 3, pp. 105-10 (May 1985). (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 508-15 (1992).)

192 ***4.  “The Teacher as Learner: On Discussion.” Claremont Review of Books, Summer 1985, pp. 22-23. (Source: Item D-XI/30/1984, below. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 591-95 (1992).)

193 5.  “Pornography and the Scope of the First Amendment.” Woman’s Law Reporter, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Summer 1985, pp. 1-3. (Source: Item D-III/28/1985, below.)

194 **6.  “How to Read the Constitution of the United States.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal. vol. 17, pp. 1-66 (Fall 1985). (Sources: Items D-III/16/1983, D-I/26/1963, D-III/14(A)/1983, D-III/15/1983, D-III/28/1985, D-III/29/1985, and D-XII/8/1963, below.)

195 7.  “Freedom of Speech and the Silence of the Law.” Book Review: Frederick Schauer, Free Speech: A Philosophical Inquiry (Cambridge, England, 1982). Texas Law Review, vol. 64, pp. 443-67 (1985).

C-1986

196 **1.  “Political Philosophy of the Constitution.”  Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst, and Dennis J. Mahoney, eds., Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, vol. 3, pp. 1417-1420 (New York: Macmillan, 1986). (Preferred title: “The Principles of the Constitution”.) (Incorporated,  in its intended entirety, in Item C-2000(10), below, pp. 89-97.)

197 ***2.  “An Introduction to Mesopotamian Thought: The Gilgamesh Epic.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1986, pp. 288-313 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1986). (Source: Item D-IX/6/1985, below. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 1-30 (2002).)

198 **3. “What Is Still Wrong with George Anastaplo?  A Sequel to 366 U.S. 82 (1961).” DePaul Law Review, vol. 35, pp. 551-647 (Spring 1986). (Sources: Item A-1, above, Items D-III/6/1984 and D-X/12(A)/1979, below.)  See Item C-1964(5), above.  See, also, Item D-XI/14/1991, below.

199 4.  “Law and Literature and Common Sense.”  Book Review: Robert E. Rodes, Jr., Law and Literature (Notre Dame, Indiana: 1986).  Review of Politics, vol. 48, pp. 472-76 (Summer 1986).

200 5.  “Education, Television, and Political Discourse in America: An Interview with George Anastaplo.” Conducted by Donald McDonald. Center Magazine, July/August 1986, pp. 20-26. (Source: Item D-Spring/1986, below.)

201 ***6.  “The United States Constitution of 1787: A Commentary.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 18, pp. 15-249 (Fall 1986).  (Incorporated in Item B-4, above, pp. 1-234, 305-330 (1989), where sources are indicated.)

202 7.  “Justice Brennan, Due Process and the Freedom of Speech: A Celebration of Speiser v. Randall.” John Marshall Law Review, vol. 20, pp. 7-27 (Fall 1986).

203 ***8.  “The Northwest Ordinance of 1787: Illinois’ First Constitution.”  Illinois Bar Journal, vol. 75, pp. 123-29 (November 1986). (Source: Item D-V/15/1976, below.  Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 39-49, 275-80 (1999).)

204 9. “Law. Lawyers, and Property.” See Item C-1984(2), above.

C-1987

205 1.  “We the People: The Rulers and the Ruled.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1987, pp. 52-72 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1987).

206 2.  “William H. Rehnquist and the First Amendment.” Intercollegiate Review, vol. 22, pp. 31-40 (Spring 1987).  (Source: Item D-XI/23/1986, below.)

207 3.  “Seven Questions for Professor Jaffa.” University of Puget Sound Law Review, vol. 10, pp. 507-69 (Spring 1987).  (Sources: Items D-X/8/1976, D-II/22/1987, and D-IV/17/1983, below.) See Harry V. Jaffa, “Seven Answers for Professor Anastaplo,” University of Puget Sound Law Review, vol. 13, pp. 377-432 (1990).  See,  also,  Items C-1994(1), (2) and (4), below.

208 **4.  “Church and State: Explorations.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 19, pp. 61-193 (Fall 1987). (Sources: Items D-IV/7/1981, D-VIII/19/1961, D-V/16/1979, D-III/29(A)/1982, D-III/29(B)/1982, D-III/30/1982, D-IV/26(B)/1981, D-I/10/1986, and D-III/22/1986, below.)

209 5.  “Governmental Drug-Testing and the Sense of Community.” Nova Law Review, vol. 11, pp. 295-305 (Winter 1987).

210 6.  “The Constitution and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Panel Discussion (with Walter F. Murphy, Dennis Mahoney, Ralph A. Rossum, and others). Center Magazine,vol. 20, pp. 9, 22 (July/August 1987).

C-1988

211 1. In re Allan Bloom: A Respectful Dissent.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1988, pp. 252-73 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1988). Printed, with additions, in Robert L. Stone, ed., Essays on “The Closing of the American Mind” (Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1989). There was also to have been added, immediately after note 41 in the text on page 273 of the 1989 printing, the following parenthetical report “(This man does not now recall this episode as I do.)” See Items C-1989(2), D-XI/27/1991, D-IV/18(A)/1993, and D-IX/3/1994, below.

212 2. “Misapprehensions and the First Amendment” Sarah Baumgartner Thurow, ed., To Secure the Blessings of Liberty (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1988), pp. 146-64. (Sources: Item D-X/18/1985, below, Item A-3, above, and Item D-V/1/1985, below.)

213 3. “On How Eric Voegelin Has Read Plato and Aristotle.” Independent Journal of Philosophy, vol. 5/6, pp. 85-91 (1988).

214 4. “Justice Brennan, Natural Right, and Constitutional Interpretation.” Cardozo Law Review, vol. 10, pp. 201-20 (1988). (Sources: Items D-V/2/1987 and D-III/20/1987, below.)

215 5. On the Meaning or Purpose of Life. Hugh S. Moorhead, ed., The Meaning of Life (Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1988), p. 18.

C-1989

216 ***1. “An Introduction to Islamic Thought: The Koran.The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1989, pp. 234-82 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1989). (Source: Item D-XI/6/1977, below. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 175-22 (2002), and in Item B-14 (Projected),  above, Appendix 1.)

217 2. “Allan Bloom and Race Relations in the United States.” Robert L. Stone, ed., Essays on “The Closing of the American Mind” (Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1989), pp. 225-34. (Source: Item D-VI/10/1988, below.) See, also, Item C-1988(1), above, Items D-X/27/1991 and D-IV/18(A)/1993, below..

218 3. Book Review: Morton White, Philosophy, “The Federalist,” and the Constitution (New York, 1987). Ethics, vol. 99, pp. 655-58 (1989).

219 ** 4. “Slavery and the Constitution: Explorations.” Texas Tech Law Review, vol. 19, pp. 677-786 (1989). (Sources: Items C-1977(3), above, Items D-VIII/14/1986, D-IV/18/1985, D-VIII/30/1985, below, Item C-1981(3), above, Items D-I/30/1984, D-IV/12/1985, D-X/1/1963, below, and Item C-1977(8), above.) At page 679, line 33 should read, “citizens in the pre-glasnost Soviet Union ever had.” At page 725, line 7-8, “three decades” should read “two decades”. The block quotation at the top of page 739 ends in line 11. More corrections are needed.  (Parts of this collection are incorporated in Item B-10, above (1999).)

220***5.  “The Challenge of Creationism.” Distributed by Public Research, Syndicated, Claremont,   California. Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, October 19, 1989, p. 5 (and other newspapers).    (Source: Item D-III/13/1985, below. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 341-44      (1992).)

221 ***6. “The Limitations of ‘Creation Science’.” Distributed by Public Research, Syndicated,          Claremont, California. Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, November 2, 1989, p. 3 (and other    newspapers). (Source: Item D-III/13/1985, below. Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp.    341-44 (1992).)

222 7. “Democracy and Philosophy: On Yves R. Simon and Mortimer J. Adler.” Michael D. Torre, ed., Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, and Mortimer J. Adler (Notre Dame, Indiana: American Maritain Association; University of Notre Dame Press, 1989), pp. 79-85. (Source: Item D-X/29/1988, below.)

223 ***8. “Clausewitz and Intelligence: Some Preliminary Observations.” Defense Intelligence College Symposium, Richard G. Stevens, ed. Teaching Political Science: Politics in Perspective, vol. 16, pp. 77-84 (Winter 1989). (Source: Item D-VIII/28/1986, below. Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 3 (2004).)

224 9. “Liberation Pedagogy: R. Eric O’Connor and the Thomas More Institute.” Book Review: J. Martin O’Hara, ed., Curiosity at the Center of One’s Life: Statements and Questions of R. Eric O’Connor, S.J. (Montreal, 1984). Cross Currents, vol. 39, pp. 463-68 (Winter 1989-1990). Many corrections are needed, including the following: At page 465, line 6, change “One is impressed at how” to “One can wonder how”. At page 465, line 16 should read, “A radically different approach is one that is devoted to reading a few of the”. At page 465, line 20, delete “are to”.

225 10. “Una Entrevista con el Professor George Anastaplo.” Jorge Montes, ed., Vision Apostolica, May 1989, pp. 7-9, 14, 19.

226 11. “In reAllan Bloom: A Respectful Dissent.” See Item 1988(1), above.

C-1990

227 ***1.  “A Primer on the Good, the True, and the Beautiful.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, January 18, 1990, pp. 1-2. (Sources: Item B-3, above, pp. 275-78 (1983), and Item D-   XI/22/1976, below.)

228 ***2.  “Citizenship, Prudence and the Classics.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, February 1, 1990,   p. 5, February 8, 1990, p. 5. (Sources: Item B-3, above, pp. 279-83 (1983), and Item D-VI/19/1974, below.)

229 3.  “A Primer on Libel and Slander.” Blackacre, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, April 1990, p. 8. (Source: Item D-IX/23/1988, below.)

230 4.  “Bork on Bork.” Book Review: Robert H. Bork, The Tempting of America (New York, 1989). Northwestern University Law Review, vol. 84, pp. 1142-66 (1990).

231 **5.  “Freedom of Speech and the First Amendment: Explorations.”  Texas Tech Law Review, vol. 21, pp. 1941-2086 (1990).  (Sources: Items D-XII/6/1985, D-V/13/1963, D-V/24/1965, D-IV/29/1966, D-IV/26/1968, D-IV/16/1986, D-XI/4/1987, D-XII/12/1988, D-III/10/1988, and D-VIII/23/1987, below.)  (Reprinted in James L. Swanson, ed., First Amendment Law Handbook (Deerfield, Illinois: Clark Boardman Callaghan), 1993, pp. 51-184.)

232 6.  “Constitutional Comment.” Afterword on the Exclusionary Rule and related matters, in Gera-Lind Kolarik, Freed to Kill: The True Story of Larry Eyler (Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1990), pp. 367-79.  See Windy City Times, Chicago, Illinois, November 1, 1990, p. 27.  Some revisions have been made for the Avon Books paperback edition of Freed to Kill.  See Item C-1992(6), below.

233 7.  “Shadia Drury on ‘Leo Strauss’.” The Vital Nexus (Institute of Human Values, Halifax, Nova Scotia), vol. I, pp. 9-15 (May 1990).  (Source: Item D-VI/1/1989, below.)

234 **8.  Book Review: Peter Irons, The Courage of Their Convictions: Sixteen Americans Who Fought Their Way to the Supreme Court (New York, New York, 1988).  The Legal Studies Forum, vol. 14, pp. 329-38 (1990).  (Corrected and expanded in Item C-1991(4), below, pp. 1022-32, 1112-17.)

C-1991

235 1.  “The Making of the Bill of Rights.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1991, pp. 318-75 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1991).

236 **2.  “The Constitution at Two Hundred: Explorations.”  Texas Tech Law Review, vol. 22, pp. 967-1112 (1991).  (Sources: Items D-X/20/1988, D-V/18/1989, D-IX/12/1987, D-VI/8/1987, D-X/18/1987, D-XII/13/1988, D-III/25/1988, D-X/22/1987, D-XI/14/1987, D-X/26/1987, D-I/4/1989, D-IX/17/1987, D-IX/18/1987, and D-V/6/1987, below.)

237 ***3.  “On the Central Meaning of Democracy in America.” Ken Masugi, ed., Interpreting Tocqueville’s “Democracy in America” (Savage, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 1991), pp. 425-61.  (Sources: Items D-XI/8/1980 and D-I/24/1986, below.  Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 81-111, 284-88 (1999).)

238 ***4.  “On Trial: Explorations.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 22, pp. 765-1117 (1991).  (Sources: Items D-V/16/1981, D-III/3/1989, D-II/13/1982, D-XII/6/1975, D-XII/8/1979, D-III/26/1991, D-X/28/1984, D-V/9/1982, D-X/3/1964, D-III/4/1979, D-V/11/1977, D-XI/23/1985, D-XI/19/1976, D-IV/1/1976, D-II/3/1977, D-X/3/1983, D-III/6(B)/1975, D-III/13/1987, D-IV/5/1991, and D-XI/15/1975, below, Item C-1979 (8), above, Items D-I/31/1990 and D-IV/7/1989, below, Items C-1974(11) and C-1990(8), above. Incorporated, for the most part and with additions, in Item B-15 (Projected), above.(2004).)

239 **5.  Discussions and Interviews: On Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech, Galliland Symposium, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee.  (With Stanley Fish.)  The Sou’wester, Rhodes College, November 7, 1991, pp. 2-5. See Items D-III/27/1991, D-X/30(B)/1991, and D-X/31/1991, below.  See, also, Item C-1992(2), below.

240 ***6.  “Art, Common Sense, and Tyranny: George Seferis and Greece.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, November 7, 1991, p. 6, November 14, 1991, p. 8, November 21, 1991, p. 8, November 28, 1991, p. 8, December 12, 1991, p. 8, and December 19, 1991, p. 9.  (Sources: Item B-3, above, pp. 331-52 (1983) and Item D-XI/19/1971, below.)

C-1992

241 1.  “We Must Not Be Afraid To Be Free: Studs Terkel Interviews George Anastaplo.” John A. Murley, Robert L. Stone, and William T. Braithwaite, eds., Law and Philosopy: The Practice of Theory. Essays in Honor of George Anastaplo (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1992), pp. 504-38. (Sources: Items D-III/24/1976 and D-II/16/1986, below.)  See Item C-1992(7), below.

242 **2.  “On Freedom: Explorations.” Oklahoma City University Law Review, vol. 17, pp. 465-726 (1992). (Sources: Items D-V/17/1990, D-III/4/1965, D-IV/21/1991, D-IV/19/1991, D-XII/6/1982, D-III/27/1991, D-X/30(B)/1991, D-X/31/1991, D-V/16/1991, D-X/4/1987, D-X/4/1990, D-IV/26/1991, D-VI/7/1991, D-XII/7/1991, D-IV/24/1988, D-XI/29(B)/1990, D-V/5/1990, D-V/1/1992, D-IV/28/1992, and D-IV/1/1992, below.) (Reprinted, in large part, in James L. Swanson, ed., First Amendment Law Handbook (Deerfield, Illinois: Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1994), pp. vii, 7-110.)

243 ***3.  “The Amendments to the Constitution of the United States: A Commentary.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 23, pp. 631-865 (1992). (Sources: See Item B-6, above.  Incorporated in Item B-6, above (1995).)

244 ***4.  “An Introduction to Buddhist Thought.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1992, pp. 218-47 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1992). (Source: Item D-IX/4(A)/1987, below.  Incorporated in Item  B-12, above, pp. 147-73 (2002).)

245 5.  “Critique of Richard A. Posner, ‘Remarks on Law and Literature’.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 23, pp. 199-207 (1992). (Source: Item D-III/29/1990.) The sections, which should be seven altogether, are misnumbered by the editors.

246 6.  “Constitutional Comment (on the Exclusionary Rule). “Afterword in Gera-Lind Kolarik, Freed to Kill (New York: Avon Books, 1992), pp. 411-23. (Source: Item C-1990(6), above,)

247 7.  “George Anastaplo: An Autobiographical Bibliography (1947-1991).” John A. Murley, Robert L. Stone, and William T. Braithwaite, eds., Law and Philosophy: The Practice of Theory. Essays in Honor of George Anastaplo (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1992), pp. 1073-1145. See Item C-1992(1), above, Items D-I/1/2001 and D-I/2/2001, below. See, also, Item D-IV/24(B)/1998, below. See, as well, Items C-2000(1) and C-2000(13), below.

C-1993

248 ***1.  “Natural Law or Natural Right: An Appreciation of James V. Schall, S. J.” Loyola of New Orleans Law Review, vol. 38, pp. 915-30. (Incorporated, with corrections, such as “Natural Right” for “Natural Rights” in the title, in Item B-11, above, pp. 147-65 (1999). Incorporated, also, in Item B-12, above, pp. 323-43 (2002). )

249 **2.  “Rome, Piety, and Law: Explorations.” Loyola of New Orleans Law Review, vol. 39, pp. 1-149 (1993). (Sources: Items D-III/4/1988, D-X/24/1986, D-II/22(A)/1990, D-III/15/1986, D-V/25/1973, D-II/7/1976, D-II/28/1992, D-X/24/1992, D-VI/15/1992, and D-IV/29/1993, below.) See  Item C-1997(11), below, pp. 14-23.

250 3.  “The United States Supreme Court Is Indeed a Court.” Robert A. Licht, ed., Is the Supreme Court the Guardian of the Constitution? (Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Policy Research, 1993), pp. 22-33, 167-170. (Source: Item D-V/24/1991, below.)

251 ***4.  “An Introduction to North American Indian Thought.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1993, pp. 252-86 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1993). (Source: Item D-IV/22/1990. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 223-60 2002).)

252 5.  “Can Beauty ‘Hallow Even the Bloodiest Tomahawk’? On ‘The Killers,’ ‘A Good Man Is Hard to Find,’ and ‘The Silence of the Lambs.’” The Critic, vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 1-18 (1993). (Source: Item D-X/1/1993, below.)

253 6.  Book Review: Catherine H. Zuckert, Natural Right and the American Imagination: Political Philosophy in Novel Form (Savage, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 1990). Review of Metaphysics, vol. 47, pp. 172-73 (1993). A different, much longer, review was prepared at the same time for the Review of Politics, which found it could not use it. See Item D-VIII/18/1992, below.

C-1994

254 1.  “Seven Questions for Professor Jaffa.” Harry V. Jaffa, ed., Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question (Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1994), pp. 167-80, 224-31. (Source: Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 507-29.)

255 2.  “The Founders of Our Founders: Jerusalem, Athens, and the American Constitution.” Harry V. Jaffa, ed., Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question (Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1994), pp. 181-97, 231-32. (Sources: Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 528-45, Item D-X/8/1976, below.)

256 3.  “The Ambiguity of Justice in Plato’s Republic.” Harry V. Jaffa, ed., Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question (Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1994), pp. 196-207, 232. (Sources: Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 246-54; Item D-II/22/1987, below.)

257 4. “Private Rights and Public Law: The Founders’ Perspective.”  Harry V. Jaffa, ed., Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question (Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1994), pp. 209-23, 232-34.  (Sources:  Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 555-69, Item D-IV/17/1983, below.)

258 5.  “Professor Jaffa and That Old-Time Religion.” Harry V. Jaffa, ed., Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question (Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1994), pp. 359-68.

259 6.  “Artists ‘Fed on Raw Meat’ and the Proper Support for the Arts in the United States.” Andrew Patner, ed., Alternative Futures: Challenging Designs for Arts Philanthropy in the United States Today (Philadelphia: Grant-makers in the Arts, 1994), pp. 66-78. (Source: Item D-XI/4(A)/1993, below. See, also, Item D-XI/4(B)/1993, below.)

260 **7.  “Christian Unity and the Nicene Creed.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, March 24, 1994, p. 3, March 31, 1994, p. 5, April 7, 1994, p. 5, April 14, 1994, p. 5, April 21, 1994, p. 7. (Source: Item D-IX/30/1979, below. Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), below, pp. 719-37.)

261 **8.  “Damski Redux” (on homosexuality in the United States today). Windy City Times, Chicago, Illinois, December 29, 1994, p. 12. (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), below, pp. 88-89, n. 201, and in Item C-1997(9), below, pp. 155-57.)  See Item D-I/24/1999, below.

262 ***9.  “On the Use, Neglect, and Abuse of Veils: The Parliaments of the World’s Religions, 1893, 1993.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1994, pp. 30-57 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1994). (Source: Item D-IX/3/1993, below. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 345-74 (2002).)

263 10. “On the Proposed Balanced Budget Amendment.”  Congressional Record, vol. 140, p. H1405.  (Entered by Representative Patsy T. Mink.)

C-1995

264 ***1.  “The Fate of the Jews in Greece and Italy During the Second World War.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, January-February, 1995. (Source: Item D-X/7(C)/1994. Incorporated in Item B-8, above, pp. 49-58 (1997) and in Item B-11, above, pp. 71-80 (1999). ) See, Item C-1997(8), below, pp. 481-88.

265 2.  “‘To Amend’ Means ‘To Improve.’” Congressional Record, vol. 141, pp. E739-E740, March 30, 1995. (Entered by Representative Patsy T. Mink.) See, Item C-2003(2) , below, pp. 833-34, n. 346. See, also, Item E-IV/22/1995, below.

266 3.  “Flag-Desecration Amendment Could Make Matters Far Worse.” Congressional Record, November 3, 1995, p. 16676. (Entered by Senator Paul Simon.)

267 **4.  “Lessons for the Student of Law: The Oklahoma Lectures.” Oklahoma City University Law Review, vol. 20, pp. 17-218 (1995). (Sources: Items D-III/24(A)/1993, D-III/24(B)/1993, D-III/25(A)/1993, D-III/25(B)/1993, D-III/25(C)/1993, D-III/26(A)/1993, D-III/26(B)/1993, D-X/23/1990, D-X/5/1980, D-IX/1(B)/1990, D-XI/7(A)/1995, D-V/26/1994, D-IV/15/1995, D-IV/25/1995, D-VI/5/1995, below.)  See ibid, pp. 1-16 (Introduction by Robert H. Henry).

268 ***5.  “An Introduction to ‘Ancient’ African Thought.”  The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1995, pp. 146-77 (Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1995).  (Source: Item D-IV/17/1994, below. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 31-65 (2002).)

269 6.  “On Crime, Criminal Lawyers, and O.J. Simpson: Plato’s Gorgias Revisited.”  Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 26, pp. 455-71 (1995).  See Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, May 4, 1995, p. 5, May 11, 1995, p. 8, May 18, 1995, pp. 7-8.  (Source: Item D-VI/30/1994, below.)  See, also, Item C-1997(8), below.

270 7.  “On the Sacred and the Profane: The Flag Desecration Amendment.”  Congressional Record, October 18, 1995, pp. E1965-E1967.  (Entered by Representative Andrew Jacobs, Jr.)  (Source: Item D-IX/17/1995, below.)

271 8. “Constitution’s integrity threatened by frenzy to amend nation’s charter.”  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, April 22, 1995, p. 26.

C-1996

272 **1.   “On the Idea of Justice in Ancient Athens.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, January 4, 1996, p. 5, January 11, 1996, p. 7; Hellenic Journal, San Francisco, California, February 6, 1996, pp. 6, 8; The Mediterranean, New York, New York, Spring-Summer 1996, pp. 20-22.  (Source: Item D-VI/4/1994, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1999(5), above, pp. 599-604.)

273 2.  “Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910-1995),” Free Press, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, February 1996, p. 4.  (Source: Item D-VIII/31/1995, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1997(1), below.)

274 3.  “‘Private’ Gambling and Public Morality.”  Congressional Record, August 1, 1996, pp. S9499-S9450 (entered by Senator Paul Simon) (abridged).  (Source: Item D-III/25/1996.  Incorporated in Item C-1997(7), below.)

275 **4.  “Law & Politics,” Political Science Reviewer, vol. 25, pp. 3-4, 127-50 (1996). (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 225-39.)

276 **5.  “Individualism, Professional Ethics, and the Sense of Community: From Runnymede to a London Telephone Booth.”  Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 28, pp. 285-331 (1996).  (Sources: Items D-IX/11/1996, D-V/3/1993, D-IX/15(A)/1995, D-XI/21/1987, D-IX/10/1996, D-IX/30/1996, D-IX/24/1996, and D-III/26/1995, below.)

277 6.  “On Robert’s Rules of Order.”  The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1996, pp. 232-57 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1996).  (Source: Item D-XI/16/1993, below.)

278 7.  Book Review: Stephen L. Carter, Integrity (New York: Basic Books, 1996). The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1996, pp. 464-46 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1996).  (This book review was originally commissioned by the American Bar Association Journal, which found it could not use it.  Its original title was, “How Not to Use the Great Books.”)

C-1997

. 279 1.  “Thursday Afternoons.”  Kameshwar C. Wali, ed., S. Chandrasekhar: The Man Behind the Legend (London: Imperial College Press, 1997), pp. 122-29.  (Sources: Item C-1996(2), above, Item D-VIII/31/1995, below.)  See Items C-1997(12) and E-I/29/1999, below.

280 2.  “On Justice Scalia’s Constitutionalism.”  Blackacre, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois, May 6, 1997, pp. 4, 9.  (Source: Item D-IV/7/1997, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1999(5), below, p. 27.)  See Illinois State Bar Association Bar News, September 2, 1997, pp. 14-18.

281 3.  “Maurice F. X. Donohue, 1911-1995.”  University of Chicago Record, May 29, 1997, p. 16.  (Source: Item  D-IV/2(A)/1996, above).

282 4.  “First Impressions.”  Political Science Reviewer, vol. 26, pp. 1, 248-57 (1997).  This is the initial response to a collection of seven articles, “The Scholarship of George Anastaplo,” in volume 26 of the Political Science Reviewer.  See Item C-1998(10), below.

283 5.  “On Delphi in Antiquity.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, August 7, 1997, p. 8, August 14, 1997, p. 8, August 21, 1997, p. 8, August 28, 1997, p. 8.  (Source: Item B-7, above, pp. 93-103.)  See Item C-1998(8), below.

284 6.  “Did Anyone ‘In Charge’ Know What He Was Doing?  Thoughts on the Thirty Years’ War of the Twentieth Century.”  Steven Weingartner, ed.. A Weekend With the Great War (Shippensburg, Pennsylvania: The White Mane Publishing Co., 1997), pp. 3-16, 266-73.  (Source: Item IX/16/1994, below.  Incorporated, with corrections, in Item B-11, above, pp. 49-70.)

285 7.  “‘Private’ Gambling and Public Morality.”  Calvin McLeod Logue and Jean DeHart, eds., Representative American Speeches 1996-1997 (New York: H. W. Wilson Company, 1997), pp. 126-36.  (Source: Item D-III/25/1996, below.  See, also, Item C-1996(3), above.)

286 ***8.  “The O.J. Simpson Case Revisited.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 28, pp. 461-504 (1997).  (Sources: Items D-XI/21/1995, D-X/7(C)/1994, D-XI/9/1988, D-II/12/1997, and E-V/8/1997, below. Incorporated,  in part,  in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 381-402 (2004).) . See Item C-1995(6), above.

287 9.  “‘Racism,’ Political Correctness, and Constitutional Law: A Law School Case Study.”  South Dakota Law Review, vol. 42, pp. 108-64 (1997).  (Sources: Items D-XI/1/1995, D-XI/7(C))/1995, D-I/25/1996. D-II/6/1996, D-II/8/1996, D-III/6/1996, D-IV/1/1992, D-III/21/1996, D-XI/22/1976, D-III/28/1996, below, Item C-1994(8), above, and Items D-IV/15/1995, D-IV/1/1996, below.)  See Items C-1998(11) and C -2001(4), below.

288 10.  “Modern Greece.”  Contributions to the article in the Fifteenth Edition of the Encyclopedia BritannicaGreek Star, Chicago, Illinois, October 30, 1997, p. 3.  (Source: Item C-1974(2), above.) See Item C-2001(6), below, pp. 435-36.

289 11.  “Teaching, Nature, and the Moral Virtues.”  The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1997, pp. 2-45 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1997).  (Sources: Items D-II/7/1976 and D-IX/15(B)/1995, below.  See, also, Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 83-97, Item B-8, above, pp. 103-21, Item B-11, above, pp. 127-145.)  In note 101 (p. 44), “immorality” should be “immortality.” See Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 135-40 (2004).

290 12.  Book Review: Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Newton’s “Principia” for the Common ReaderThe Great Ideas Today, vol. 1997, pp. 448-54 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1997).  See Item C-1997(1), above.

291 13.  Interview of George Anastaplo by John K. Wilson.  Evergreen, Hyde Park Cooperative Society, Chicago, Illinois, November 1997, pp. 8-9.

292 14.  “On Desire: Thoughts at Seventy.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, November 27, 1997, p. 8.  (Source: Item D-XI/7/(A)/1995.  See Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 174-79.)

C-1998

293 1.  Weekly Columns, sometimes in the form of a Letter to the Editor, were published in the Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina.  See Item C-1999(1), below. See, also,  Part E of this Bibliography, below.  See, as well, Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 857-66.

294 2.  “Nature and Convention in Blackstone’s Commentaries: The Beginning of an Inquiry.”  Legal Studies Forum, vol. 22, pp.  161-76 (1998).  (Source: Item D-III/27/1987, below.)

295 3. “Presidential Prerogatives and Civil Suits, Indictments, and Impeachment.”  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, February 24, 1998, p. 2.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(6), below, p. 7.  See, also, Chicago Sun-Times, February 25, 1998, p. 40 (abridged).) 

296 4.  “The University of Chicago.” Academic Questions, Spring 1998, pp. 74-77.

297 5.  “The Eighth Amendment and the Penalty of Death.” Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, April 25, 1998, pp. 23, 35. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(7), below, pp. 6-7.)

298 6.  “What Do We Really Want to Learn About the President?” Public Interest Law Reporter, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, April 1998, p. 2-7. See Item D-I/23/1998, below.

299 7.  “Crisis and Continuity in the Clinton Presidency.” Public Interest Law Reporter, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, July 1998, pp. 1-7. (Sources: Item D-II/27/1998, below, Item C-1998(5), above.)

300 ***8.  “Law and Morality, By Way of Delphi.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, October 22, 1998, p. 7, October 29, 1998, p. 5, November 5, 1998, p. 8. (Source: Item D-X/28/1982, below.) See Item C-1997(5), above. (Incorporated, in large part, in Item B-7, above, pp. 93-107 (1997).)

301 9.  “Don Quixote and the Constitution.” Bradford P. Wilson and Ken Masugi, eds., The Supreme Court and American Constitutionalism (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998), pp.  93-105. (Source: Item D-IV/13/1996, below.) See Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, January 22, 1998, p. 8, January 29, 1998, p. 8.

302 **10.  “Samplings: Nine Talks.” Political Science Reviewer, vol. 27, pp. 345-441 (1998). This is a response to a collection of seven articles, “The Scholarship  of George Anastaplo,” in volume 26 of the Political Science Reviewer. See Item C-1997(4), above. See, also, Item D-VIII/31/1995, below. (Sources: Items D-V/31/1973, D-I/1/1984, D-III/20/1987, D-IV/14/1989, D-III/16/1997, D-V/15/1997, D-I/30/1988, D-X/27/1990, and D-I/8/1977, below.)

303 **11.  “‘McCarthyism,’ The Cold War, and Their Aftermath.” South Dakota Law Review, vol. 43, pp. 103-71 (1998). (Sources: Items D-XI/13/1997, E-I/7/1997, D-XII/31/1997, D-X/18/1995, D-II/8/1995, D-IV/30/1997, D-X/30(A)/1991, D-XI/4/1992, D-VIII/31(B)/1996, D-V/22/1989, D-X/27/1991, D-V/30/1969, D-IV/18/1993, and D-X/26(B)/1996.) See Item C-1997(9), above, Item C-2001(4), below.

304 **12.  “Law & Literature and the Bible: Explorations.” Oklahoma City University Law Review, vol. 23, pp. 515-868 (1998). (Sources: Items D-XI/9/1991, D-IV/12/1992, D-II/7/1995, D-II/6/1984, D-IV/28(B)/1996, D-X/4/1996, D-XI/11/1995, D-VI/1(B)/1986, D-IX/1/1995, D-III/29/1997, D-V/4/1984, D-XI/7/1993, D-II/22/1975, D-IV/12/1987, D-IX/30/1979, D-V/14/1992, D-III/6(A)/1976, D-IX/1/1983, D-II/28/1998, D-IV/24(A)/1998, D-IV/24(B)/1998, C-1998(14) (full version), C-1998(13) (full version), D-II/5/1998, D-II/4/1999, E-XI/10/1998, E-X-20/1998, E-XI/14/1998, E-XII/3/1998, E-XII/11/1998, E-I/15/1999, E-II/5/1999, E-I/29/1999, E-II/4/1990, and E-III/3/1999, below.)  See ibid., pp. 501-13 (Introduction by Robert H. Henry.)

305 ***13.  “On Beginnings.” The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1998, pp. 138-73 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1998). (Sources: Items D-I/25/1998 and D-XI/4/1989, below.  (Full version: Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 787-828. Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 261-301 (2002).)

306 **14.  Book Review: Leo Strauss, Jewish Philosophy and the Crisis of Modernity, ed. Kenneth Hart Green (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997).  The Great Ideas Today, vol. 1998, pp. 457-62 (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1998).  (Full version: Item C-1998 (12), above, pp. 778-86.)

307 **15.  “The Bar Exam and a Proper Legal Education.”  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, November 6 1998, pp. 6, 20.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), pp. 400-04.)

308 **16.  “Bar Exam Put Under Microscope.” Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, November 26, 1998, p. 5 (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), below, pp. 404-06.)

309 **17. “Lasting contribution of Robert M. Hutchins, esteemed educator.”  University of Chicago Maroon, October 12, 1999, p. 15.  (Source: Item D-XII/31/1993, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(4), above, pp. 212-15.)

C-1999

310 1.  Weekly columns, sometimes in the form of a Letter to the Editor, were published in the                   Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina.  See Item C-1998(1), above, Part E of this

Bibliography, below.  See, also, Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 857-66.

311 2.  Book Review: Joe Sachs, Aristotle’s “Physics”: A Guided Study (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1995).  Interpretation, vol. 26, pp. 275-84 (1999).  (This book review was originally commissioned by the St. John’s Review, Annapolis, Maryland, which found it could not use it.).

312 **3. “Ancients and Moderns: On Cavafy’s Thermopylae.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, January 14, 1999, pp. 7-8.  (Source: Item D-II/21/1997, below.  Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), below, pp. 763-74.)

313 **4.  “Law, Education, and Legal Education: Explorations.”  Brandeis Law Journal, vol. 37, pp. 585-783 (1998-1999).  The Editors are primarily responsible for the number and placement of the notes for this Article, as well as for much of the contents of those notes.   (Sources: Items D-IX/14/1990, D-VI/4/1994, D-VIII/11/1994, D-X/2/1992, D-IV/27/1992, D-VI/22/1994, D-V/22/1996, D-V/29/1996, D-V/30/1997, D-VI/5/1996, D-IV/30(B)/1995, D-IX/17/1992, D-III/5/1999, D-VIII/20/1990, D-IV/23/1989, D-VIII/31/1986, D-II/21/1997, D-X/28/1997, D-XII/9(A)/1995, and E-XI/14/1998, below.)

314 5.  “In re Antonin Scalia.”  Perspectives in Political Science, vol. 28, pp. 22-27 (1999).  (Sources:  Items D-IV/7/1997 and D-VIII/28/1997, below, Item C-1997(2), above.)

315 6.  “Leo Strauss at the University of Chicago.”  Kenneth L. Deutsch and John A. Murley, eds., Leo Strauss, the Straussians, and the American Regime (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman &

Littlefield, 1999), pp. 3-30.  See, on George Anastaplo, ibid., pp. 159-91. See, also Introduction to John A Murley, ed., Leo Strauss, A Bibliographical Legacy (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2004). See, as well, Item C-1974 (14), above, Item E-VI/9/2003, below.

316 7.  “The Natural Right Component of American Law.”  Legal Studies Forum, vol. 23, pp. 535-43 (1999).  (Source: Item D-IV/9/1998, below.)

317 8.  Endorsement, “Great and Extraordinary Occasions”: Developing Guidelines for Constitutional Change (New York: The Century Foundation Press, 1999), p. xii. See Item E-IV/22/1995, below.

318 **9.  “A Tribute to Conscientious Editors: On Mortimer J. Adler, John Van Doren, and Others.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, February 4, 1999, p. 8. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12),  above, pp. 865-66.)

319 10.  “The Preamble.”  The Constitution and Its Amendments (New York:   Macmillan, 1999), pp. 14-15.  A considerable amount of editing, some of it unfortunate, was done by the publisher’s editorial staff.  (Incorporated, in the original version, in Item C-2000(1), below, pp. 150-54.)

320 11.  “St. George and His Dragon.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, April 15, 1999, p. 8, April 22, 1999, p. 5.  (Sources: Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 744-58, Item D-IV/23/1989, below.)

321 12.  “A Modest Proposal for Educational Reform.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, July 15, 1999, pp. 5, 8.  (Sources: Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 753-58, Item D-III/6(A)/1976, below.)

322 **13.  “Matthew F. Hale and the Anastaplo Bar Admission Case Revisited.”  St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 22, 1999, p. B-7 (abridged); Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, August 19, 1999, p. 8; Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, September 29, 1999, p. 5.  (Sources: Item C-1999(16), below Part 1 and Conclusion.  Incorporated in Item C-1999 (16), below, pp. 538-44.)

323 14.  “On Taking the Bible Seriously Again.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, August 5, 1999, pp. 7-8, August 12, 1998, p. 8..  (Source: Item C-1998 (12), above, pp. 517-21.)

324 15.  “On Prophecy and Freedom.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, August 5, 1999, pp. 7-8., August 12, 1999, p. 8.  (Sources: Item C-1998 (12), above, pp. 521-30, Item D-XI/9/1991, below.)

325 **16. “Lawyers, First Principles, and Contemporary Challenges: Explorations.”  Northern Illinois University Law Review, vol. 19, pp. 353-544 (1999).  (Sources: Items D-IV/15(B)/1999, D-IV/17(B)/1999, D-X/26(A)/1987, D-IX/15(A)/1995, D-IV/3/1995, below, Items C-1998(15), C-1998(16), above, Items D-VIII/14/1987, D-IX/10/1996, D-V/8/1999, D-III/21/1998, D-III/14/1999, D-X/5/1990, D-V/14/1998, D-VI/4(B)/1999, D-III/30/1991, D-V/18/1996, D-XII/16/1994, D-VIII/31/1983, D-V/6/1999, D-IV/7/1968, D-IV/30(B)/1999, D-IV/30(B)/1999, below, and Items C-1999(13),  above.)

C-2000

326 1. “John Quincy Adams Revisited.”  Oklahoma City University Law Review, vol. 25, pp. 119-88 (2000).  (Sources: Items D-II/10/2000, below, C-1999(10), above, Item B-1, above, pp. 239-53. 725-30. D-VI/5/2000, D-VI/21/2000, below.)

327 **2. “On the Yearning for Personal Immortality.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, December 30, 1999, p. 3, January 13, 2000, pp. 7-8.  (Sources: Item D-V/14/1992, below; Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 738-51.)

328 **3. “A closer look at the challenge and mystery of the Lord’s Prayer.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, April 27, 2000, pp. 14-15.  (Sources: Item D-IV/12/1987, below, Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 700-19.)

329 **4. “The mystery of Plutarch’s account of Alexander the Great.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, May 11, 2000, p. 8, May 18, 2000, p. 7.  (Sources: Item D-VIII/20/1990, below; Item C-1999(4), pp. 734-44.)

330 **5. “Going to School with Heroes: Plutarch’s Heroes and the Divine.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, July 13, 2000, p. 8, July 20, 2000, p. 8; also, December 2, 1999, p. 8, December 9, 1999, p. 8.  (Sources: Item D-III/5/1999, below; Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 724-34.)

331 **6. “Reason  and Revelation: On Odysseus and Polyphemos.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, November 9, 2000.  (Sources: Item D-II/28/1998, below; Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 764-71.)

332 ***7. “A Closer Look at the 1843 tale ‘A Christmas Carol.'”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, December 21, 2000.  See, also, ibid., p. 2.  (Sources: Item D-XII/12/1975, below;Incorporated in  Item B-3, above, pp. 123-41 (1983).)

333 **8. “Angels we have heard on high.”  Greek Star, Chicago,  Illinois, December 21, 2000, p. 20.  (Source: Item E-XII/11/1998, below. Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 862-63.)

334 **9.  “Abraham Lincoln and the American Regime: Explorations.” Valparaiso University Law Review, vol. 35, pp. 39-196 (2000). (Sources: Items D-I/17(B)/2000, D-VII/3/2000, D-IV/18/2000, D-IV/27/2000, D-X/23/1999, D-II/20/2000, D-IX/16/2000, D-IX/2/2000, D-III/10/2000, D-I/17(A)/2000, below.)

335 **10. “Constitutionalism, The Rule of Rules: Explorations.” Brandeis Law Journal, vol. 39, pp. 17-217 (2000). (Sources: Items D-I/30/1976, D-II/1/1980, below, Item C-1986(1), above, Items D-VI/29/1994,  D-VI/24/1976,  D-IV/23/1976,  D-II/22(C)/1988,  D-V/27/1986,  D-VII/19/1976, D-VIII/21/1999,  D-IV/21/1999, below.)

336 11. “George Anastaplo: Tables of Contents for His Books and Published Collections (1950-2001,” Brandeis Law Journal,  vol. 39, pp. 219-87 (2000). See, also, Item C-1992 (7), above, Item C-2000(13), below.

337 **12. “Law & Literature and the Moderns: Explorations.” Northern Illinois University Law Review, vol. 20, pp. 251-579 (2000). (Sources: Items D-III/2(B)/1988, D-I/3/2000, D-IX/6/1975, D-II/4/2000, D-V/18/1980, D-X/7(B)/1994, D-VIII/29/1986, D-IV/23/1956, D-XI/12,1987, D-XI/3/1985, D-IX/3/1994, D-VI/31/1983, D-IV/23/1995, D-XI/19(A)/1988, D-XI/4/1984, D-XI/1/1997, D-XI/5/1995, D-XI/4/1990, D-XI/1/1992, D-X/31/1999, D-XI/8/1983, D-XI/13,1988, D-XI/4/1988, D-X/25/1998, below.)

338 13. G“George  Anastaplo: An Autobiograhical  Bibliography (1947-2001,” Northern Illinois University Law Review, vol. 20, pp. 581-710 (2000). See, also, Items C-1992 (7) and  C-2000(11), above. The latest version of this document may be found in John A. Murley, ed., Leo Strauss: A Bibliographical Legacy (Lexington Books.), 2004).

339 14. Michael Flynn, “Refusing to Answer” (an interview of George Anastaplo), The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,  November/December,  2000, p. 50. See Item C-2001(4), above, pp. 299-301Michaqel Flynn, “Refusing to Answer” (an interview of George Anastaplo), The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,  November/December,  2000, p. 50. See Item C-2001(4), above, pp. 299-301

C-2001

 

340 1. “Marshall Patner (1931-2000).”  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, February 21, 2001, p. 4.

341 2. “The Ambiguity of Justice in Plato’s Republic.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, March 1, 2001.  (Source: Item D-II/22/1987, below.)

342 **3. “Law & Literature and Shakespeare:  Explorations.”  Oklahoma City University Law Review, vol. 26, pp. 1-259 (2001).  (Sources: Items D-XII/5/1981, D-V/16/1983, D-VI/6(A)/1986, D-XII/5/1987, D-II/22(A)/1988, D-V/29/1988, D-X/6/1989, D-XI/20/1989, D-II/25/1991, D-XI/3/1991, D-III/22/1992, D-IV/24/1994, D-III/12/1995, D-I/19/1997, D-IV/13/1997, D-IV/26/1997, D-III/19(B)/2000, below.)

343 **4. “Legal Education, Economics, and Law School Governance: Explorations.”  South Dakota Law Review, vol. 46, pp. 102-315 (2001)..  (Sources: Items D-IX/1/1999, D-VIII/8/1999, D-IV/28/1999, D-VIII/28/2000, D-XII/4/2000, D-XII/18/2000, D-II/9/1994, D-IX/3(A)/1976, D-IX/3(B)/1976, D-XI/22/1999, D-IV/12/1986, C-1998(17), D-X/26/1999, D-XI/23/1999, below, Item C-1996(4), above, Item D-Fall/1950, below, Item  C-1976 (3), above, Items D-VIII/4-5/1977, D-XII/22/1978, D-X/13/1961, D-II/10/2000, D-III/19(A)/2000,  D-IV/23/1975, D-XI/19/2000, below.) See Items C-1997(9) and C-1998(11), above.

344 5. “Law & Literature and the Austen-Dostoyevsky Axis: Explorations.” South Dakota Law Review, vol. 46,  pp. 712-80 (2001).  (Sources: Items D-IV/30/2000, D-IV/7/2000, D-III/18/2001, D-IV/6/(B)/2001, D-III/2/2001, D-XI/4/1993, below.)

345**6. “Law & Literature and the Christian Heritage: Explorations.” Brandeis Law Journal, vol. 40, pp. 191-533 (2001). (Sources: Items D-V/17/2001, D-III/2/1984, D-I/14/1980, D-I/10/1981, D-V/22(B)/1983, D-V/11-15(B)/1956, D-VI/3/1985, D-IV/22/2001, D-V/6/1978, D-VIII/27/2001, D-V/20/1984, D-I/5/1990, D-IX/4/1992, D-IV/3/1976, D-II/18/1990, D-III/28(A)/1986, D-II/20/1983, D-XI/5/1978, D-II/21(B)/2001, D-VI/13/1976, D-I/27/1963, D-X/6/1987, D-IV/24/1992, D-I/29/1994, D-III/28/1995, D-IX/2/2001, and D-II/10/1974, below.)

***346 7. “Xenophon, the Trial of Socrates, and the Proper Response to the Prospect of Death.” The Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, October 4, 2001, p. 2. (Source: Item D/V/4/2001, below.) See, also, Item B-15(projected), above, pp. 140-53 (2002)

C-2002

1.347 l. “Willmoore Kendall and Leo Strauss.” John A. Murley and John E. Alvis, eds. Willmoore Kendall: Maverick of Americn Conservatives (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2002), pp. 157-89. (Sources: Items D-IV/11/1997, D-IX/1/1990, D-IX/1/1984, below.) See, on George Anastaplo, ibid., pp. 101, 109, 111, 125, 129, 255, 264, 271, 277.

2.348 2.“The Forms of Our Knowing: A Somewhat Socratic Introduction.” Douglas A. Ollivant, ed., Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (American Maritain Association, Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2002), pp. 1-30. (Sources: Items D-V/13/1978, D-XI/19/1983, D-IV/29/2000, below.) See, on George Anastaplo, ibid., pp. xii, 324.

3.349 3. “Foreword.” Don Erler, Lone Star State of Mind: A Former Political Theorist Explores Real World Issues (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2002), pp. ix-x. See, on George Anastaplo, ibid., p. 183. (On p.x, 1.10, delete “in being”.) See Item C-2002(5), below.

350 4. P“Prudence and the Constitution: On the Year 2000 Presidential Election Controversy.” Ethan Fishman, ed., Tempered Strength: Studies in the Nature and Scope of Prudential Leadership (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2002), pp. 181-218. (Sources: Items D-XI/21/2000, D-I/27/2001, D-IV/5/2002, E-X/20/2000, below.) See Item C-2002(5), below.

351 5. B“Bush v. Gore and a Proper Separation of Powers.” Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 34, pp. 131-48 (2002). (Sources: Items D-II/16/2002, below.) This article is prefaced by a charming  editorial disclaimer: “The Editors of this Journal have agreed to publish this article in accordance with the author’s stylistic preferences. Consequently, portions of this Article do not conform to the established rules of The Bluebook. Technical irregularities bear no reflection  on the quality of the Editors’ work, but rather are the sole responsibility of the author.”  My response to this editorial note was, “You can say whatever you like in this disclaimer, so long as it is clear that it is the editors’ doing. (Even so, Notes 1-36  in the published version of this article should be Notes 2-37.  Note 37 in the published version of the article should be omitted. Thereafter the Notes (38-65) are numbered correctly.) See Item C-2002(4), above.

352 6. S“Sr. Candida Lund, O.P. ’42 (1920-2000).” Dominican University, Winter 2002, pp. 18-19.  (Source: Item D-III/18(A)/2001, below.) See Item B-15 (Projected), above, p.429 (2004).

353 **7. “Shakespeare’s Alexander the Great: On Figures in All Things.” Greek Star, Chicago, Ilijnois, April 4, 2002, p. 8, April 11, 2002, p. 8. (Source: Item D-1/19/1997, below.

354 **8. “The Modern Greek Character and Islam.” Greek Star. Chicago, Illinois July 25, 2002, p. 7, August 1, 2002, p. 8. (Source: Item D-VI/13/1976, below.)

355 **9. “The Triumph of Christianity.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, September 12, 2002, p. 8, September 19, 2002, p. 8. (Source: Item D-V/17/2002, below.)

356 **10. “Shakespeare’s Falstaff: A Socratic Survey,” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, December 12, 2002, p. 5, December 19, 2002, p. 10. (Source: Item D-IV/13/1997,below.)

357 11. Cynthia L. Cooper, “On file” (Interview of George Anastaplo). Student Lawyer (American Bar Association), February 2002, pp. 14-15.

358 12. “Hyde Parker Brings the East of the West” (Interview of George Anastaplo by Lenore T. Atkins), The Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, May 16, 2002, p. 5. (Adapted from the Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois.)

C-2003

 

359 **1. “Law, Judges, and the Principles of Regimes: Explorations.” Tennessee Law Review, vol. 70, pp 455-560 (2003). (Sources: Items D-II/22(B)/1988, D-IV/30/1990, D-IV/4/2002, D-VIII/29/1990, D-IV/23/1992,  D-X/23/1992, D-VI/6/1994,  D-IV/10/1993, D-IV/7/1998, D-IX/4/1998, D-XI/5/2000, D-IV/23/2001, and D-XI/10/2000, below.)

360 **2. “Constitutionalism  and  the Good: Explorations.” Tennessee Law Review, vol. 70 , pp.  737-851. (Sources: Items D-III/20/1987, D-III/30/1989, D-XI/21/2002, D-X/22/2002, D-XI/26/2002, D-VIII/29/2002, D-III/26/2002, D-X/28/2002, D-VI/6/2002, D-XI/10/2001, D-VIII/31/1991, D-IX/17/1995, D-II/23/2001, and D-III/12/2003, below.)

361 *3. T“The Forms of Our Knowing: A Somewhat Socratic Introduction.” Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, January 9, 2003, p. 8, January 16, 2003, p. 8, January 23, 2003, p. 8. (Source: Item C-2002 (2), above.)

362 **4.  “How to Read a Platonic Dialogue.”  Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois,  July 17, 2003, p. 8, July 24, 2002, p. 8. (Source: Item D-III/2/2001, below.)

363 **5. “On Being an Opportunist,” The Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, October 2, 2003, p. 8. (Source: Item D-XI/10/2000, below.)

364 6. “On the Sometimes Salutary Illusions of Judicial Review. Revue”,  juridique Thémis, vol. 37, pp. 363-73 (2003). (Source: Item D-V/23/2002, below.)

 

D. Talks, Papers,  and Interviews

These are talks, interviews, faculty and other seminar papers, or panel discussions of which there remain printed or typed versions, manuscripts, detailed outlines, or tape recordings.  Some have already been expanded and published as articles.  Many more of them should eventually be prepared for publication (including in collections on the Bible, on Classical studies, on modern Greece and the Colonels, on constitutional law and jurisprudence, on Abraham Lincoln, on William  Shakespeare, and on Leo Strauss). They provide, in their present form, indications of their author’s interests over the years.  Most radio and television appearances are not noticed here.  Diaries are not noticed either, nor is diary-like correspondence; but dedications and memorial remarks are noticed (and could be collected in a volume of Remembrances). Single asterisks identify items published in an article by the author (Part C, above).  Double asterisks identify items included in those journal articles by the author, most of them of book length, which are collections of a number of talks and papers by him.  Triple asterisks identify items included in one of the author’s published books (Part B, above).  See the Introduction to Part C, above

D-1948

501 D-Spring/1948. Book Review: Richard M. Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences (Chicago, 1948). The College, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Item D-XI/12/1972, below.

D-1949

502 D-Spring/1949. Book Review: William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England. Legal Writing Course, The Law School, The University of Chicago.

D-1950

503 **D-Fall/1950. “Some Thoughts on the Issues Arising in Connection with the Tax Measures of 1798 and 1799, with Some Glances at that Most Mischievous Concept of Progression.”  Tax Seminar of Walter Blum and Harry Kalven, Jr., The Law School, The University of Chicago.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 240-51.)

D-1951

504 D-Fall/1951. “Some Rash Innovations and Speculations: An Essay on the Loyalty Oath Mentality.” Chicago, Illinois.  A related article, prepared at the invitation of and accepted by, the University of Chicago Law Review, was suppressed in 1951-1952 upon the insistence of the Dean of the University of Chicago Law School and a leading member of his faculty. See Item C-1986(3), above, pp. 602-07. See, also, Item D-XII/31/1993, below. See, as well, Item B-15(projected), pp. 407-67, 484 (2004).

D-1954

505 D-X/17/1954. “Memorandum With Respect to the Imprisonment of Morton Sobell on Alcatraz.” Prepared for Stephen Love, a Chicago attorney for Mr. Sobell. Chicago, Illinois. See Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2046-48. See, also, Item B-15 (Projected), above, p. 415 (2004).

D-1956

506 D-III/13/1956. “A Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics, Book III, Chapter 11.”  Paper in a tutorial conducted by Yves R. Simon, The Committee on Social Thought, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item D-IX/4(A)/1982, below, Appendix IV.)  See Item C-1989(7), above.

507 **D-IV/23/1956. “Stendahl on Public Opinion and the Rule of the Middle Class.” Paper in a Seminar, The Committee on Social Thought, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (12), above, pp. 358-68.)

508 D-V/11-15(A)/1956. “The Polis and the State: On Aristotle’s Politics.” Fundamentals Examination, The Committee on Social Thought, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item D-IX/4(B)/1982, below, Appendix I.)

509 **D-V/11-15(B)/1956. “The Grand Marshal of the World: On Dante’s Divine Comedy.”.Fundamentals Examination, The Committee on Social Thought, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001 (6), above, pp. 261-70.)

510 ***D-V/11-15(C)/1956. “Aeschylean Tragedy: On the Oresteia.” Fundamentals Examination, The Committee on Social Thought, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 109-18 (1997).)

D-1957

511 D-V/17/1957. “On Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults Weekend conference,  The University of Chicago, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

D-1958

512 D-X/25/1958. “Baseball: The American Political Game.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

D-1959

513 *D-I/25/1959. “Freedom, Justice and the Rule of Law: An Introduction to Due Process of Law.” Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 643-80. Incorporated in Item C-1964(6), above.)

514 D-IX/9/1959. “Comment on the First Draft of Alexander Meiklejohn’s Discussion of the Barenblatt Opinion.” Chicago, Illinois.

515 D-X/19/1959. “Preliminary Findings on the Meaning of the First Amendment.” Chicago Chapter, National Lawyers Guild, Chicago, Illinois.

516 D-XII/4/1959. “On Plato’s Meno.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Item B-13 (Projected), above (2004).

D-1961

517 *D-I/19/1961. “Realism and the Practice of Law: A Lecture for Law Students.” Northwestern University Law School, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 706-14. Incorporated in C-1977(10), above, pp. 1027-34.)

518 ***D-II/12/1961. “The Declaration of Independence: Explanation and Reminder.” Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 487-518. Incorporated in Item C-1965(1), pp. 390-408, and in Item B-10, above, pp. 11-29, 267-73 (1999).)

519 D-IV/1/1961. “Euclid and Political Science.” Rosary College (now Dominican University), River Forest, Illinois.

520 **D-V/5/1961. “The American Constitution of 1787: Form and Matter.”  St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 531-70.  Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, pp. 80-106.)

521 **D-VIII/19/1961.  “Church and State: The Beginnings of an Argument.”  Human Relations Workshop in Intergroup Education in School and Community, Department of Education, The University of Chicago, in cooperation with the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), pp. 771-89.  Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), pp. 86-100.) See Item D-I/27/1963, below.

522 ***D-X/13/1961.  Letter to the Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-1, above, pp. 406-07 (1971),  in Item C-1986(3), above, p. 590, and in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 288-99. )

523 ***D-XI/14/1961.  “Civil Liberties and Civil Rights.” University High School, The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), pp. 699-705.  Incorporated in Item C-1966(1), above,  in Item C-1966(1), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 61-73, 260-68 (1975).) Dedicated to the memory of Chief Justice George W. Bristow (1894-1961), Supreme Court of Illinois.  See 26 Ill.2d 11, 13 (1963).

524 D-XII/6/1961. “Jason Aronson (1929-1961).”  With Monford Harris, Leo Strauss and Thomas McDonald.  Funeral Service, Chicago, Illinois.  See Items B-3, above, pp. 270-71.  See, also, Items D-X/1/1963, D-VI/4(A)/1999, and Item D-XII/4/1999, below.

D-1962

525 D-III/17/1962.  “An Epithalamium.”  For J. William Hayton of Carterville, Illinois, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-II/26/1994, below.

526 ***D-III/21/1962.  “Justice and the Common Good: Roman Catholics and American Communists.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 715-27.  Incorporated in Item C-1966(1), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 61-73, 260-68 (1975).)

527 D-IV/16/1962.  “Madrid and Moscow: On a Six-Month Camping Trip Across Europe.”  Prepared for delivery at Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio.

528 D-IV/17/1692.  “Free Speech, Public and Private.”  Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio.

529 D-IV/18(A)/1962.  “In re George Anastaplo, 366 U.S. 82 (1961): Principiis Obsta”. Interview by Gary McKinley.  WOBN-Radio, Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 681-98.)

530 **D-IV/18(B)/1962.  “On Constitutional Etiquette: A Dialogue.”  Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio.  (Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, pp. 143-44.)

531 D-IV/18(C)/1962.  “Things Are Not Always What They Seem: A Discussion of a Bar Admission Case.”  Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio.

532 D-VI/2/1962.  “Old Books and the Pursuit of Excellence: The Constitution of the Basic Program.”  Basic Program Graduation, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 803-14.)

D-1963

533**D-I/26/1963.  “Walter Lippman and the Great Books: A Comment on The Public Philosophy.”  Great Books Annual All-Day Institute, Sherman House, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), pp. 473-86.  Incorporated in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 26-36.)

534 **D-I/27/1963.  “A Memo for Protestants: A Supplement to ‘Church and State: The Beginnings of an Argument.’” The Church-State Issues Series, Baptist Graduate Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-VIII/19/1961, above. (Incorporated in Item 2001(6), above, pp. 454-60.)

535 **D-III/3(A)/1963. “Religion and the Commonwealth: Maurice B. Pekarsky (1905-1962).” Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, p. 170.)

536 ***D-III/3(B)/1963. “The Gettysburg Address: America’s Political Religion.” Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 600-24. Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, pp. 113-25, 151-70, and in Item B-10, above, pp. 229-41, 325-50 (1999).)

537 D-III/14/1963. “A Footnote to Thucydides: On Traveling in Greece Today.” Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Chicago, Illinois.

538 D-III/27/1963. “Plato’s Meno, Geometrically Considered,” The Classics Honor Society, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

539 **D-V/13/1963. “Principle and Passion: The American Nazi Speaker on the University Campus.” Channing-Murray Foundation (Forum for Dissent), Universalist-Unitarian Student Program, The University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. See Item E-II/28/1963, below. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 728-52. Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp.1958-75.)

540 ***D-V/14/1963. “What’s Wrong With George Anastaplo? Another Lecture for Law Students.” The College of Law, The University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1964(5), above, and in Item B-2 above, pp. 105-14, 283-88 (1975).)

541 ***D-VIII/26/1963. “The American Heritage: Words and Deeds.” Harpur College, The       University of the State of New York, Binghamton, New York.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 625-42.  Incorporated in Item C-1964 (3), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 33-45, 247-48 (1975).)  See Item D-IV/16/1986, below.

542 **D-X/1/1963.  “Neither Black nor White: The Negro in America.” Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 753-70.  Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above.)  Dedicated to the memory of Jason M. Aronson (1929-1961).  See     Item D-XII/6/1961, above.  See, also, Item C-1997(9)  and Item C-1998(11), above.

543 ***D-X/10/1963.  “Another Look at the Declaration of Independence.”  The College, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 519-30.  Incorporated in Item C-1965(1), pp. 408-15, and in Item B-10, above, pp. 31-38, 274-75 (1999).)

544 ***D-X/25/1963.  “The Problem of Loyalty: The City and Its Gods in Plato’s Apology.”     Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.     (Incorporated in Item C-1964(2), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 8-29 (1975).)

545**D-XII/8/1963.  “Utopia or Tyranny: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”     Chicago Ethical Society, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 790-802.  Incorporated in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 55-64.)

D-1964

546 *D-II/21/1964.  “The First Amendment: A Doctoral Lecture.”  The Committee on Social    Thought, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1),    above, pp. 571-99.  Incorporated in Item C-1964(4), above.)  Dedicated to the memory    of Theodore George Anastaplo (1884-1957).  See, also, Item D-IV/12/1992, below.

547 ***D-V/10/1964.  “Plato’s Crito: The City and Its Laws.”  Hillel Foundation Jewish Student    Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item C-1964(1),    above, pp. 814-24.  Incorporated in Item C-1969(2), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 203-13, 313-16 (1975).)

548 ***D-X/3/1964.  “Family and City: On Sophocles’ Antigone.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), pp. 846-49, 1047-48, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 97-100, 108-10 (2004.)

549 D-X/5/1964.  “Shelley’s Defence of Poesy.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

550 D-XII/11/1964.  “Euclid’s Shield and Homer’s Numbers.”  Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society Initiation, Rosary College (now Dominican University), River Forest, Illinois.

D-1965

551 D-I/15/1965.  “The Bill of Rights: The Principle of Order.”  St. John’s College, Annapolis,    Maryland.

552 **D-III/4/1965 “Magna Carta: Rest and Motion.”  Law Students Association, The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 481-90.)

553 D-IV/15/1965.  “On Carl Becker’s The Declaration of Independence.”  The Graduate History Club, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

554 ***D-IV/24/1965.  “How to Begin to Think About Obscenity: Ends and Means.”  Senate Club, Shimer College, Mount Carroll, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1972(1), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 117-38 (1975).)

555 **D-V/24/1965.  “The House Committee on UnAmerican Activities: A Note of Counsel.”  Reynolds Club Conference, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 1975-79.)

556 D-VI/6/1965.  “The Songs of Socrates: On Plato’s Phaedo.”  Basic Program Graduation, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

557 D-IX/1/1965.  “The Sense of Innocence and the Right Against Self-Incrimination.”  The Library School, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

558 *D-XI/1/1965.  “On Citizenship: Alexander Meiklejohn (1872-1964).”  Basic Program  Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago..  (Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, pp. 144-45.)

D-1966

559 D-III/20/1966.  “The Great Denial: On Martin Heidegger’s Nazi Experiment.”  St. Mary’s College, Winona, Minnesota.

560 D-III/21/1966.  “The Great Affirmation: On Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannos.”  St. Mary’s College, Winona, Minnesota.

561 ***D-III/31/1966.  “Law and Morality: How to Write a Law School Exam.”  The Law Club, The Law School, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.  (Incorporated in Item C-1967(2), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 74-86, 268-81 (1975).)

562 ***D-IV/29/1966.  “Vietnam and the First Amendment: The Presumption of Citizenship.”  Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 225-44 (1992).)  See Item D-IV/26/1991, below.

563 D-Halloween/1966. “Ghost Stories and Plato’s Phaedo.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

D-1967

564 D-Spring(A)/1967.  “Civil Rights and Civil Liberties: Deeds and Words, Old Testament and New.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

565 D-Spring(B)/1967.  “Religion and the Commonwealth: On What is Central to Lessing’s Nathan the Wise.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

566 ***D-Summer/1967.  “Memorandum on ‘No Previous Restraint’.”  For Helen Vlachou, Greek Publisher, Athens, Greece.  (Incorporated in Item B-1, above, p. 680 (1971), and in Item B-5, above, pp. 513-14 (1992).)  See Item C-1986(3), above, p. 645.

567 D-XI/16/1967.  “Rousseau’s First Discourse,” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

568 ***D-Fall/1967.  “The Education of Henry Thoreau.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1969(2), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 203-13, 313-16 (1983).)

569 ***D-XII/1/1967.  “For Leo Strauss: A Leave-taking.”  Introduction of Leo Strauss, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1968(2), above, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 259-61 (1983).) See Item C-1999(6), above.

D-1968

570 **D-IV/7/1968.  “Martin Luther King and the Soul of America.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1977(5), above, pp. 802-04, and in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 511-14.)

571 D-IV/17(A)/1968.  “The Passion of Greece Today.”  Chicago Council on Foreign Relations,

Chicago, Illinois.

572 D-IV/17(B)/1968.  “Greek Anarchy and American Paralysis.”  Interview by Themi Vasils, WCIU-TV (Channel 26), Chicago, Illinois.

573 **D-IV/26/1968.  “It’s Your Country: Some Perhaps Superfluous Remarks for College Students.”  Teach In on Vietnam, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2007-16.)

574 D-V/30/1968.  “A Memorandum to Editors: An Occasional Author Still Prefers to Speak for Himself.”  Chicago, Illinois.  (To John H. Hicks.)  See Item C-1968(1), above, and Item D-XII/31/1993, below.

575 D-V/31/1968.  “A Guide to Contemporary Greece, Especially for Greek-Americans,” Interview by John Anastaplo, WJOB-Radio, Hammond, Indiana.

576 ***D-IX/20/1968.  “Dissent in Athens.”  Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Tour Group, Athens, Greece.  (Incorporated in Item C-1969(3), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 3-7, 223-33 (1975).)

577 *D-X/31/1968.  “Greece Today and the Limits of American Power.”  Department of History, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1968(6), above.)

578 D-XI/1/1968.  “Election Eve, 1968: Parties and Prospects.”  South Suburban Committee for Humphrey and Muskie, Democratic Party Headquarters, Park Forest, Illinois.  (Alternative title: “What Can Be Said For the Vice-President?”)

579 D-XI/17/1968.  “Public Tranquility and Selective Forgetting: Comments on a Movie, Memorandum.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

580 D-XII/7/1968. “War Guilt and the Common Defense: Comments on a Movie, War Game.” Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

D-1969

581 D-I/7/1969.  “On the Failings of American Foreign Policy: The Greek Case.”  The State Department, Washington, D.C.  (Alternative title: “An Afternoon at the State Department: On Greek and American Affairs.”)

582 D-II/17/1969.  “Greece Today: Where Can One Begin?”  St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland.

583 D-IV/17/1969.  “Education and Leisure: On the Writing of Doctoral Dissertations.”  Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.

584 **D-V/30/1969.  “‘A Priest in a Thousand’: Henry Rago (1915-1969).”  The University of

Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 167-69.)

585 D-VI/8/1969.  “Prudence and Principle: Aristotle and The Melian Dialogue.”  Basic Program Graduation, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

586 D-VII/4/1969.  “On the Retirement of Mertha Fulkerson as Manager of The Clearing.”  The Clearing, Ellison Bay, Wisconsin.

587 *D-IX/15/1969.  “Greece Today and the Limits of Compromise.”  Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1969(6), above.)

588 ***D-X/17/1969.  “In Search of the Soulless ‘Self’.”  Symposium on Ethical and Social Problems in Neuro- and Psycho-biological Research, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.  (The transcript includes an exchange thereafter with B.F. Skinner.)  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 87-96, 281-83 (1975), and in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 796-98.)

589 D-XI/16(A)/1969.  “The Obvious Distinction Between Insanity and Sanity: Comments on a Movie, The King of Hearts.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

590 D-XI/16(B)/1969.  “The Chicago Conspiracy Trial: Some Legal and Political Questions.”  University Religious Council, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

591 D-XI/20(?)/1969.  “Issues of the Day.”  A discussion with Garry Wills and Cyril Robinson.  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

592 ***D-XII/4/1969.  “Character and Civility: The Novels of Jane Austen.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 86-99, 403-08 (1983).)

D-1970

593 D-III/13/1970.  “The Chicago Conspiracy Trial.”  The Law School, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.

594 D-IV/11/1970.  “The Chicago Conspiracy Trial.”  Debate with Richard Schultz, Assistant United States Attorney.  The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-V/2/1973, below.

595 ***D-IV/13/1970.  “Pollution, Ancient and Modern.”  The Center for Policy Study, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1970(1), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 97-101 (1975).)

596 D-V/4/1970.  “The Chicago Conspiracy Trial and the Black Panthers: A Need for Genuine Law and Order.”  The School of Law, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

597 D-V/5/1970.  “On the Occasion of Malcolm P. Sharp’s Second Retirement as a Law School Professor.”  Law School Students Association, The School of Law, The University of Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.  See Item D-X/5/1980, below.

598 D-V/6/1970.  “The War Is Really Over: Comments on the Cambodian Invasion.”  St. John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

599 D-V/11/1970.  “Citizenship and War.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

600 D-VI/5/1970.  “On Why the War Is Really Over.”  Interview by John Anastaplo.  WJOB-Radio, Hammond, Indiana.

601 D-VI/16/1970.  “Greek Politics Today.”  Lawyers Committee, Washington, D.C.

602 D-VI/19/1970.  “‘A Pillar Upon Her Grave’: Rachel Foulger Magdol.”  Chicago, Illinois.

603 D-VI/30/1970.  “‘Political Trials’ and the Relevance Today of the Catiline Conspiracy.”  University Dialogues.  Oak Park Churches Summer College Program, Oak Park, Illinois.

604 D-X/31/1970.  “On Again Becoming Persona Non Grata: Greece Today and an Entrenched Dictatorship.”  Conference on Greek Affairs, The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

605 D-XI/18/1970.  “The Situation and Prospects in Greece Today.”  York University, Toronto, Ontario.

606 D-XII/18/1970.  “How to Read a Book: On Noticing the Obvious.”  University High, The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

607 ***D-XII/29/1970.  “On Death: One by One, Yet All Together.”  Symposium on Death and Dying, sponsored by the Institute for Society, Ethics, and the Life Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 214-21, 316-22 (1975).)

D-1971

608 D-I/14/1971.  “Two Students and One Administrator: Toward the Definition of a University.”  The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

609 ***D-I/21/1971.  “Justice and The Pilgrim’s Progress: Toward a Definition of ‘Self’.”  Department of Classics, The University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 75-85, 398-403 (1983).)

610 D-II/12/1971.  “Technology and the Law.”  Crossroads International Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

611 D-II/23/1971.  “On ‘Repression’: Things Are Not Always As Bad As They Seem.”  Public Affairs Institute, National Council of Jewish Women, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

612 D-III/23/1971.  “Procès des 7 de Chicago.”  Forum Droit-Actualité, Université de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec.

613 D-III/29/1971.  “A Lecture Against Lectures: Some Suggestions for Faculty Seminars.”  American Association of University Professors Chapter, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

614 D-IV/24/1971.  “Tom Paine and The Age of Reason: Some Reservations.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

615 ***D-V/15/1971.  “Canada and Quebec Separatism: The Self-Deception of Decent Men.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 139-50, 300-02 (1975).)

616 *D-VII/24/1971.  “Mertha Fulkerson (1905-1971): Guardian of The Clearing.”  Memorial Service, The Clearing, Ellison Bay, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-1971(2), above.)

617 D-X/12/1971.  “Prospects for the United States in Greece–And What This Should Tell Us About American Foreign Policy.”  Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C.

618 D-X/23/1971.  “Attica, Hiroshima & Nagasaki: On the Responsible Use of Superior Power.”  Parents’ Weekend Program, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  See Item D-VII/7/1991, below.

619 ***D-XI/19/1971.  “Poetry and Tyranny: George Seferis and Greece.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 331-52 (1983), and in Item C-1991(6), above.)

620 D-XII/2/1971.  “Pindar and the American Sports Page.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois (quoted by John D. Carmichael, Chicago Daily News, December 24, 1971, p. 20).

D-1972

621 D-I/2/1972.  On Greek and American Affairs and Expectations.  Interview by John Anastaplo.  WJOB-Radio, Hammond, Indiana.

622 D-I/28/1972.  “The Pentagon Papers, the Courts, and a Sense of Proportion.”  Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

623 D-II/12/1972.  Interview of Elijah Muhammad (with Mervin Block).  Elijah Muhammad’s Residence, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-VIII/31/1973, below.

624 D-II/21/1972.  “The Literature and Politics of Greece–Through the Eyes of Nikos Kazantzakis.”  Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Chicago, Illinois.

625 D-Spring/1972.  “Xenophon’s Alcibiades and Pericles: What Is Law?”  Hitchcock Hall, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

626 D-IV/15/1972.  “Chaucer’s Franklin’s Tale.”  The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See, on this seminar, Martin Northway, Article, Odyssey: The World of Greece, March/April 2004, pp. 64, 68.

627 D-V/5/1972.  “The Roman Dictatorship and American Constitutionalism.”  Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois.

628 D-VII/1/1972.  “Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes.”  The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

629 D-VII/20/1972.  “The Gods and the Ancient Greek Dramatists.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Broadcast on WFMT-Radio, Chicago, Illinois, October 26, 1972 and February 15, 1973.)

630 D-VII/29/1972.  “Discipline and Liberation: On Euripides’ Medea.”  Barat College Conference, Lake Forest, Illinois.

631 *D-VII/25/1972.  “Emma Toft: Queen of the Peninsula.”  The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-1974(13), above.)

632 D-XI/8/1972.  “On the Election Returns.”  Crossroads International Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

633 **D-IX/27/1972.  “On the Pentagon Papers.”  With Daniel Ellsberg and Malcolm P. Sharp.  Broadcast by Channel 7-TV, Chicago, Illinois, September 18, 19 and 20, 1972.  (Drawn upon in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 154-55, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 374-75 (2004).)

634 ***D-Fall/1972.  “The Case for the Abolition of Broadcast Television in the United States.”  The Public Affairs Conference Center, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio.  (Incorporated in Item C-1974(I), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 245-79 (1992).)

635 D-XI/12/1972.  “Richard Weaver’s Ideas Have Consequences: A Quarter Century Later.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  See Item D-Spring/1948, above.

636 D-XI/15/1972.  “First Things First: Still Another Lecture for the Student of Law.”  Law Students Conference, National Lawyers Guild, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.

637 D-XII/7/1972.  “After the Election, What Next?  Why, Another Election, Of Course.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

D-1973

638 D-I/11/1973.  “On Being Both Conservative and Sensible.”  River Forest Service Club,                       River Forest, Illinois.

639 ***D-I/19/1973.  “Prudence and Morality in Shakespeare’s Tragedies.”  Works of the Mind         Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 730-45, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 15-28, 371-82 (1983).)

640 D-IV/12/1973.  “The ‘Crisis’ Today in Freedom of Speech.”  Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts.

641 D-IV/13/1973.  “On Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Puzzles and Suggestions.”  Assumption        College, Worcester, Massachusetts.

642 D-V/2/1973.  Multi-hour talk show on issues of the day with Samuel K. Skinner, Assistant        United States Attorney.  WBBM-Radio, Chicago, Illinois.  See Items C-1973(5) and D-IV/11/1970, above.

643 D-V/5/1973.  “On Antigone, Socrates, and Odysseus: A Commentary on ‘The Self’” (with        Helen Margaret Anastaplo).  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

644 D-V/12/1973.  “A Commentary on the Story of Cain and Abel.”  Symposium on Renewing the Public Spirit: Explorations into the Personal and Political Life of  Chicago, Brent House Ecumenical Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

645 **D-V/25/1973.  “The Emperor Julian (331-363 A.D.): On Prudence in Affairs Both Human and Divine.”  Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 68-82.)

646 **D-V/31/1973. “Elbert Fulkerson: Schoolmaster Extraordinary (1893-1972).”  Benjamin Franklin Honor Society Initiation, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item C-1976(5), above, Item D-V/27/1978, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 349-62.)

647 D-VI/11/1973. “On the Meaning of Freedom of Speech.” The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

648 *D-VII/4/1973. “Daniel Webster and the American Revolution of 1776: A Rhetorical Beginning.” Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, pp. 106-13.)

649 D-VIII/6-10/1973. “On the Soul.” With Lawrence Z. Freedman.  Transcript of Seminars, The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.  See Item D-X/21/1973, below.

650 D-VIII/31/1973.  “Reason and Revelation: The Case of Elijah Muhammad and the Black Muslims.”  The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-II/12/1972, above.

651 ***D-X/21/1973. “An Aristotelian Assessment of What Modern Psychiatry Offers Us.”  Brent House Ecumenical Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 135-38 (1992).  Included in Item D-IX/4(A)/1982, below, Appendix VIII.)  See Item D-VIII/6-10/1973, above.

652 D-XI/1/1973. :The Recent and/or Present Constitutional Crisis” (with Malcolm P. Sharp). Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

653 D-XI/11/1973. “The Necessity of Prejudice for Politics.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

654 D-XI/17/1973. “Art and Community – On Dedicating a Wall Mural” (with Sara Maria Anastaplo and Theodora McShan Anastaplo). Fifty-seventh Street at the Illinois Central Viaduct, Chicago, Illinois.

655 *D-XI/27/1973. “Impeachment: Playing With Fire.” Breckenridge House, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1973(10), above.)

656 D-XII/6/1973. “Freedom of Speech, Classical Studies and American Republicanism: On Platos’s Statesman.” Albion College, Albion, Michigan. (Included, in part, in Item D-IX/17/1987, below.)

D-1974

657 ***D-I/11/1974. “Politics versus Ideology: The Greek Case.” The Militant Forum, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in C-1974(12), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 501-08   (1992).)

658 *D-I/18(A)/1974. “Who Will Educate the Educators? In Defence of the Basic Program.”  Prelude, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1974(4), above.)

659 ***D-I/18(B)/1974. “One Introduction to Confucian Thought.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  Dedicated to the memory of Leo Strauss (1899-1973).  (Incorporated in Items C-1974(8) and C-1984(1), above. See Items C-1974(14) and C-1999(6), above.  See, also, Item B-12, above, pp. 99-145(2002).)

660 **D-II/10/1974. “The Case for Israel: Joshua 24:13; Deuteronomy 4:6; 2 Samuel 12:3.”  Beth Am Synagogue, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 515-33.)

661 *D-II/15/1974. “$25,000 and a Sense of Proportion: In Defence of the Basic Program.”  Prelude, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1974(5), above.) See Item X/27/1991, below.

662 ***D-III/4/1974. “Impeachment: Constitutional Issues and Moral Dilemmas.” University Church of the Disciples of Christ, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1974(6), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 160-74. 306-10 (1975).)

663***D-III/7/1974. “The Babylonian Captivity of the Chicago Public School System.” Chicago Principals Association, Seventeenth Annual Education Conference, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1975(2), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 454-68 [1992].)

664 *D-III/21/1974. “Conspiracy and American Justice.” Law Lecture Series, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 688-715.)

665 D-III/22/1974. “The Road to Monaco: Freud on Freud.” The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

666 D-III/26/1974. “An Autobiographical Interview.” Conducted by Father R. Eric O’Connor, S.J., Thomas More Institute, Montreal, Quebec. See Item C-1989(9), above.

667 ***D-IV/24/1974. “Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.” K.A.M.-Isaiah Israel Congregation, Chicago, Illinois. (Dedicated to the memory of Shayne H. Sensibar [1907-1972].  See Item D-V/20/1976, below.) (Revised for discussion at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California, June 19, 1974: “The Instructive Prudence of Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.”) See Item D-VI/19/1974, below. (Incorporated in Item C-1980(1), in Item B-6, above, pp. 135-67, 431-37 (1995), and in Item B-10, above, pp. 197-227, 311-25 (1999).)

668 ***D-IV/25/1974. “Race, Law and Civilization.” Pre-Law Club, Middlebury College,    Middlebury, Vermont. (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 175-99, 310-13 (1975).)

669 ***D-IV/28/1974. “Some Reservations About the Impeachment of Mr. Nixon.” St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 431-39 (1992).)

670 D-V/17/1974. “Thucydides’ Pericles: Law and Nature in The Funeral Speech.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

671 *D-V/24/1974. “On the Bar Admission Cases.” Last class meeting for Harry Kalven Jr., The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(10), above, pp. 997-1018.)  See Item D-III/6(A)/1975, below.  See, also, Harry Kalven, Jr., A Worthy Tradition: Freedom of Speech in America (New York: Harper & Row, 1988), chap. 39 (reprinted in John A. Murley, Robert L. Stone, and William T. Braithwaite, eds., Law and Philosophy: The Practice of Theory:Esays in Homor of George Anastaplo [Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1992]).

672 D-V/30/1974. “The Legacies and Illusions of Mohandas K. Gandhi.” University of Chicago Alumni Association, Atlanta, Georgia.

673 D-VI/13/1974. “One Introduction to the Problem of Privacy.” Opening Session, Governor’s Commission on Individual Liberty and Personal Privacy, Chicago, Illinois. See Item A-4, above.

674 ***D-VI/19/1974. “Citizenship, Prudence and the Classics.” Introduction to discussion of a paper on Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California. See Item D-IV/24/1974, above. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 279-83 (1983), and in Item C-1990(2), above.)

675 D-VII/20/1974. “Archbishop Makarios Knows How to Count–and What to Count.” Interview by John Anastaplo, WJOB-Radio, Hammond, Indiana.

676 D-VII/26/1974. “Privacy in a Technological Society.” Program on Confidentiality, Circuit Court of Cook County, Juvenile Division, Chicago, Illinois.

677 D-VIII/27/1974. “On Greece Today” (with George Anagnostopoulos and Ernest Vardalas). Studs Terkel Program, WFMT-Radio, Chicago, Illinois.

678 D-IX/9/1974. “On the Reading of Good Books & the Basic Program.” Basic Program Student Association, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

679 D-IX/24/1974. “Notes on Mr. Strauss’s Three Essay in Interpretation.” The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

680 D-X/18/1974. “The Lessons of Cyprus.” Crossroads International Student Center. The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

681 D-X/27/1974. “Antony & Cleopatra: Achievement or Self-Indulgence.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

682 D-X/30/1974. “Discipline and Education.” Faculty Seminar, University High School, The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

683 D-XI/16/1974. “Character and Learning: On Plato’s Meno.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Item B-13 (Projected), above (2004).

684 D-XI/25-27/1974. On the Rosenberg-Sobell Case. With Malcolm P. Sharp and Morton Sobell. Channel 7-TV, Chicago, Illinois.

685 D-XII/10/1974. “Women in Aristophanes’ Lysistrata.” Course on Women (by Nella Fermi Weiner), University High School, The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago,   Chicago, Illinois.

D-1975

686 ***D-I/17/1975. “One-Sixteenth of a Lecture on Lewis Carroll and Alice’s Wonderlands.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of  Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1975(2), above, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 166-78, 442-47 (1983).)

687 **D-II/22/1975. “The Logistics [of the Miracles] of The Gospel of John.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 692-700.)

688 ***D-III/3/1975. “The Artist as Thinker.” Arts Week Keynote Address, University High School, The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 1-14, 355-71 (1983).)

689 ***D-III/6(A)/1975. “In Memory of Harry Kalven (1914-1974).” Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1975(6), above, and in Item B-2, above, pp. 317-18 [1975].) See Item D-V/24/1974, above.  See, also, Item D-XII/15/1975, below.

690 ***D-III/6(B)/1975. “Politics and Piety: The Trial of Sir Thomas More.” Law Lecture Series, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Broadcast on WFMT-Radio, Chicago, Illinois, December 18, 1976. Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 950-69, 1071-78, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 253-81 (2004).)

691 D-IV/13/1975. “An Introduction to Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” Course by Stephen J. Vanderslice, Bishop Lynch High School, Dallas, Texas.

692 **D-IV/15/1975. “The Promises That Presidents Make” (with Malcolm P. Sharp).  (Incorporated in Item C-1976(1), above, pp. 136-37.)

693 **D-IV/23/1975. On George Anastaplo’s Status in the University of Chicago (Correspondence). (Incorporated in Item C-2001 4), above, pp. 304-15.)  See Item D-XI/16(B)/2003, below.

694 **D-IV/27/1975. “The Public Interest in Privacy.” K.A.M.-Isaiah Israel Congregation, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in C-1977(5), above.) See Items A-3, A-4, and A-5, above.

695 D-V/10/1975. “Amendments XIII-XXVI to the Constitution of the United States.” Ohio Endowment for the Humanities, City Council Chamber, Norwalk, Ohio. (First of a series of Ohio lectures organized by Edward A. Quattrocki.)

696 ***D-V/17/1975. “Death and Comedy: An Introduction to Huckleberry Finn.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 179-94, 447-50 (1983).)

697 *D-V/29/1975. “On the Rosenberg Case” (with Michael Meeropol). Lee Phillip Show.  Broadcast June 20, 1975, Channel 2-TV, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1975(5), above, pp. 390-92.)

698 D-VIII/8/1975. “Claire and Dorothy Johnson, Perpetuators of The Clearing.” The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.

699 **D-IX/6/1975. “Moliere: A Doctor in Spite of Himself.” The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (12), above, pp. 275-88.)

700 D-IX/24/1975. “The Articles of Confederation.” Conference on the United States Constitution: A Bicentennial Consideration of Its Humanistic Roots and Contemporary Significance, Loraine County Community College, Norwalk, Ohio.

701 ***D/X/12/1975. “On Edwin Muir’s The Animals.” University High School. The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Incorporated in Item C-1977(5), above, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 357-62 (1983).)

702 ***D-XI/7/1975. “Body and Soul: Thoughts at Fifty.” Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 582-91 (1992).) See Item D-IX/1(B)/1990, below.

703 ***D-XI/9/1975. “Individuality and Schisms of the Soul: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock  State Park, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 215-25, 454-58 (1983).)

704 *D-XI/10/1975. “The Limitations of Public Opinion: Thoughts After a Quarter Century as a Non-Lawyer.” Prepared for broadcast. Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(10), above, pp. 979-83.)

705 ***D-XI/15/1975. “The Rosenberg Case – Twenty-five Years Later.” American Jewish Congress, Stephen S. Wise Chapter, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(8), above, and in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 994-1009, 1097-1104, and in Item B-16 (Projected), above, 313-26, 360-70 (2004).)

706 ***D-XII/6/1975. “The Character of a Matricide: On Aeschylus’ Oresteia,” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 804-07, 1041, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 48-52, 67-68 (2004).)

707 ***D-XII/12/1975. “Notes from Charles Dickens’s Christmas Carol.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1978(1), above, and in B-3, above, pp. 123-41, 426-33 (1983).)  Dedicated to the memory of Arthur Heiserman (1929-1975).  See, also, Item C-2000(7), above.

708 *D-XII/15/1975. “Character and Freedom.” Response to the Presentation of the Second Annual Harry Kalven Freedom of Expression Award, Illinois Division, American Civil Liberties Union, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(2), above, pp. 370-72.) The first recipient of the Award was Malcolm P. Sharp. Compare Item D-XI/14/1991, below.  See Item D-III/6(A)/1975, above.

D-1976

709 **D-I/30/1976. “Piety, Prudence, and the Mayflower Compact.” St. John’s College,   Annapolis, Maryland.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 35-68.)

710 D-I/31/1976. “Ruth Genzberger Bergman (1897-1974).” Chicago, Illinois.

711 D-II/4/1976. Discussion of current events with Gore Vidal, John Bartlow Martin, and Irving Kupcinet. Kup’s Show, Channel 5-TV, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(2), above, pp. 355-59.)

712 **D-II/7/1976. “Self-Debasement as Self-Assertion: The Confessions of St. Augustine.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 83-98.)  See, also, Item C-1997(11), above, pp. 14-23.

713 D-II/18/1976. “The Geography of Hobbes’s Table of the Sciences.” Department of Philosophy, The University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

714 D-III/5/1976. “Virtue, the Humanities, and Public Policy: Courage as a Case in Point.” Conference on the Transition of Youth to Constructive Adult Life: The Role of the Public School, The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Chicago, Illinois.

715 **D-III/6(A)/1976. “Virtue, the Humanities, and Public Policy: A Modest Proposal for Educational Reform.” The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item D-IX/4(B)/1982, below, Appendix IX.  Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 753-58.)  See, also, Item C-1999(12), above.

716 D-III/6(B)/1976. “The Trial of Jesus.” Interview by Themi Vasils. Everyman Television Program, Chicago, Illinois.

717 **D-III/9/1976. “Alternatives to Censorship.” The Society of Midland Authors, The Art               Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 745-54.)

718 *D-III/24/1976. Interview of George Anastaplo. Studs Terkel Program, WFMT-Radio, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1992(1), above, pp. 504-20.)

719 ***D-IV/1/1976. “The Trial of Jesus of Nazareth, According to The Gospel of Mark.” Law Lecture Series, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 900-19, 1058-60, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 172-90, 199-201 (2004).)

720 **D-IV/3/1976. “Pascal’s Wager.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 370-78.)

721 D-IV/2/1976. “On Preserving Our Civil Liberties.” With Irving Wallace and Milton Rosenberg. University of Chicago Radio and Production Center, Chicago, Illinois.

722 **D-Spring/1976. “Slavery and the Constitution. A Conversation Between Melvin E. Bradford and George Anastaplo.”  Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(3), above, and in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 681-91.)

723 **D-IV/23/1976. “George Washington’s Farewell Address.” St. John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (10), above, pp. 136-62.)

724 ***D-V/6/1976. “Human Nature and the Criminal Law.” Law Alumni Association, The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 715-29, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 375-88 (1992).)

725 ***D-V/14/1976. “The Northwest Ordinance of 1787: Illinois’ First Constitution.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(8), and in Item B-10, above, pp. 39-49, 275-80 (1999).)

726 D-V/20/1976. “Shayne Hyman Sensibar (1907-1972).”  Dedication Ceremony, Sculpture     Garden, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  See Congressional Record, vol. 122, p. 30702 (1976). See, also, Item D-IV/24/1974, above.

727 ***D-VI/12/1976. “The Poet as Outcast; Ishmael and Moby Dick.” Basic Program Graduation, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 142-49, 433-36 (1983).)

728 **D-VI/13/1976. “The Greek Character and Islam.” Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois, Sheraton-Chicago Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 434-54,  and in Item C-2002(8), above.)

729 **D-VI/24/1976. “George Washington’s First Inaugural Address.” National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar  conducted by Martin Diamond),  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 114-36.)

730 D-VII/1/1976. “On the American Revolution” (with Alfred Young and Michael Perman).  Milt Rosenberg Program, WGN-Radio, Chicago, Illinois.

731 **D-VII/4/1976. “Freedom of Speech and the Declaration of Independence.” Newberry Library, Washington Square, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 767-88.)

732 **D-VII/19/1976. “Founding and Refounding: Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States.” Conference of the United States Constitution and the American Character, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 188-211.)

733 *D-VIII/24/1976.  “On the Specialness of Leo Strauss.”  Letter to an eminent political scientist.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(6), p. 29, n. 13.)

734 **D-IX/3(A)/1976. “Mr. Hayek on Law and Liberty.” Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 145-89.)

735 **D-IX/3(B)/1976. “The Aspirations and Limitations of Free Enterprise Liberalism.” Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above,  pp. 189-201.)

736 ***D-IX/27/1976. “Art and Politics: An Introduction to the Movie, The Front.” Freshman         Orientation Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 323-30 (1983).)

737 *D-X/8/1976. “The Founders of our Founders: Jerusalem, Athens and the American Constitution,” Liberal Arts Colloquium, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 528-45, and in Item C-1994(2), above.)

738 D-X/16/1976. “On Descartes’s Meditations.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

739 ***D-X/31/1976. “The Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 195-214, 450-54 (1983).)

740 D-XI/6/1976. “The Constitution of the State of Illinois.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.

741 D-XI/18/1976. “Still Another American Election: Something for Everybody.” Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

742 ***D-XI/19/1976. “The Trial of Jesus, According to The Gospel of Matthew.” Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 882-900, 1054-58, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 155-72, 190-204 (2004).)

743 ***D-XI/22/1976. “A Primer on the Good, the True and the Beautiful. Lesson One: The Perils of Openmindedness.” Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(5), above, pp. 801-05 [abridged], in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 148-51, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 275-78 (1983).  Incorporated also, in Item C-1997(9), above. Incorporated, also, in Item 1997(9), above, pp.148-51. Incorporated, as well, in The University Reader, Acton, Massachusetts: Copley Custom Publishing Group, 2000), edited by Stephen Vanderslice (and his English faculty colleagues, Louisiana State University, Alexandria), pp. 13-15, along with excerpts from Item B-1 (1971), above.)

D-1977

744 **D-I/8/1977. “On Lucretius: Wormwood as Honey.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 426-37.)

745 D-I/24/1977. “Research Interests in Criminal Justice.” Criminal Justice Department, The University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

746 ***D-II/3/1977. “The Trial of Joan of Arc.” Law Lecture Series, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 919-35, 1060-66, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp.205-29 (2004).)

747 ***D-V/10/1977. “The Wandering Jew in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” K.A.M.-Isaiah Israel Congregation, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 234-48, 462-73 (1983).)

748 ***D-V/11/1977. “Kierkegaard, Abraham and Socrates: Illusions of the Absurd.” Rockford College, Rockford, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 854-73, 1048-52, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp.111-34 (2004).)

749 ***D-V/14/1977. “Victims and Vices in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 100-22, 408-26 (1983).)

750 **D-V/25/1977. “Intellectual Freedom and the Sense of Community: A Primer for Americans.” Public Library, Oak Park, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 666-78.)

751 **D-VIII/4-5/1977. “John Woolman on Slavery and on Wealth.” Transcript of seminars. The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 253-94.)

752 D-IX/17/1977. “Our Constitutional History: A Prelude to a Commentary on the Emancipation Proclamation.” First West Coast Conference on Constitutional Law, Los Angeles, California. See Items C-1980(1), D-IV/24/1974 and D-VI/19/1974, above.  See, also, Item B-6, above, pp. 135-67, 431-37 (1997), and Item B-10, above, pp. 197-227, 311-25 (1999).

753 ***D-X/14/1977. “Chicago Politics After Daley.” Department of History, The University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 468-73 (1992).)

754 *D-X/27/1977. “Librarians and the Cause of Freedom.” Annual Convention, Illinois Library Association, Springfield, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1978(2), above.)

755 ***D-XI/6/1977. “On First Looking into the Koran: Prophecy and Poetry.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1989(1), above, in Item B-12, above, pp. 175-224 (2002), and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 1.)

756 ***D-XI/7/1977. “Aristocratic Imperatives in a Democratic Age: The Jeffersonian Heritage.” The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1977(9), above, in Item C-1977(10), above, pp. 1042-46, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 103-07 (1992).)

757 ***D-XI/12/1977. “James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 226-33 (1983).)

D-1978

758***II/2/1978. “On Matthew Arnold’s Dover Beach.” Arts Week, University High School, The Laboratory Schools, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Dedicated   to the memory of Hans W. Mattick (1920-1978). (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 150-65, 436-42 (1983).)

759***D-IV/2/1978. “Human Rights and The Late Massacre in Piedmont.” Human Rights Group, Hyde Park Union Church, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 62-74, 394-98 (1983).)

760 **D-V/6/1978. “On Thomas More’s Utopia.” The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 298-312.)

761 D-V/7/1978. “On Virgil’s Aeneid.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

762 *D-V/13/1978. “Intuition and Science: On Galileo’s Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item D-IX/4/(A)/1982, below, Appendix VII.  Incorporated in Item C-2002(2), above, pp. 2-13.)

763 ***D-V/20/1978.  “Titus Andronicus and the Rome of Shakespeare.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 29-61, 382-94 (1983).)

764 D-V/27/1978. “Elbert Fulkerson at Carterville Community High School: Twigs for an Eagle’s Nest.”  Alumni Association, Carterville Community High School, Carterville, Illinois. See Item C-1976(5), above, Item D-V/31/1973, above. See, also, Item D-V/3(A)/1991, below.

765 **D-VI/22/1978. “On the Skokie March.”  Interview by John Anastaplo, WAIT-Radio, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(7), above, pp. 754-72.)

766 D-VII/24/1978. “Historical Perspective on the Bill of Rights.” Conference on Individual  Rights and the Concept of Equality, Alumni College, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

767 D-Fall/1978. Constitutional Law, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee. Transcript of the course.

768 ***D-X/22/1978. “What is a Classic?”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1979(1), above, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 284-99 (1983).)

769 *D-X/25/1978. “Special Interest Groups and the First Amendment: The Role of the Librarian.”  Annual Convention, Illinois Library Association, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1979(2), above.)

770 D-XI/5/1978.  “On Darwin’s Evolution.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 407-25.)  See Item D-X/25/2003, below.

771 D-XI/12/1978.  “On Obscenity.” With Larry Parrish. Fred Cook Program, WPTV-TV, Memphis, Tennessee.

772 ***D-XII/1/1978.  “Of Counsel.”  Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honorary Society Banquet, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 484-97 (1992).)

773 D-XII/6/1978.  “The Danger of ‘Danger’.” Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois.

774 **D-XII/22/1978.  Letter to the Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(3), above, pp. 618-20,  and in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 295-98.).

D-1979

775 D-I/13/1979.  “The Natural Ordering of Human Things with a View to the Polis: Aristotle’s Politics, I-III.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item D-IX/4(B)/1982, Appendix II.)

776 ***D-III/4/1979.  “On Anouihl’s Antigone.” Basic Program Theater Seminar, Reynolds Club, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 849-54, 1048, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 100-04, 110 (2004).)

777 ***D-IV/20/1979.  “The Bearing of Principles and Ends on Political Action: Maimonides’s ‘Politics’ as a Case in Point.”  Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Pick-Congress Hotel, Chicago, Illinois.  (Dedicated to the memory of Simon Kaplan [1893-1979].) (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 58-79 (1992).)

778 D-IV/29/1979.  “Alexandr Solzenitsyn, Moral Standards, and American Foreign Policy.” Seminar organized by Ronald K. L. Collins, Los Angeles, California.

779 ***D-V/5/1979.  “On a Disputed Line in the Odyssey (XI, 631).” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 27-44 (1997).)

780 ***D-VI16/1979.  “On the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment and the Limitations of Experts.”  Public Law Seminar, Political Science Department, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 100-09, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 214-22 (1992).)

781 D-VIII/6-10/1979.  On Thinking About UFOs.  Seminars, The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.

782 D-IX/26/1979.  “Mildred Elizabeth Tress (1910-1979).” Bond Chapel, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

783 **D-IX/30/1979.  “The Orthodox Church and the Nicene Creed.”  Symposium on Hellenic-American Identity, Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 719-37.)

784 **D-X/12(A)/1979.  “One’s Character is One’s Fate?”  Response to an Award, The Fund for Justice, Chicago Council of Lawyers, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1978(10), above, and in Item C-1986(3), above, pp. 624-28.)

785 ***D-X/12(B)/1979.  “Psychiatry and the Law: An Old-Fashioned Approach.” Conference on Psychiatry and the Law, Department of Psychiatry and the Institute of Social and Behavioral Pathology, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1983(1), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 407-21 [1992].)

786 ***D-XI/7/1979.  “Issues of the Day and the Moral Foundations of the Law.”  Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, The College of Law, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 185-98 (1992).)

787 ***D-XI/10/1979.  “Divinity and Diversity: On Plato’s Timaeus.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Harrison Conference Center, Lake Bluff, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 279-302 (1997).)

788 D-XI/29(A)/1979.  “On Constitutional Documents.”  Political Science Department, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.

*789 **D-XI/29(B)/1979.  “Cicero and Descartes: Politics and Science.” Political Science Department, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 83-106 (1992).)

790 ***D-XII/8/1979.  “The Hunting of Orestes.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 807-16, 1042, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 52-61, 68-6 (2004).)

791

D-1980

791 **D-I/14/1980. “Maimonides’s Letter on Apostasy.” Catholic-Jewish Dialogue Group, Chicago Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), pp. 228-32.)

792 **D-II/1/1980. “The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States.” Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 68-89.)

793 ***D-II/23/1980. “On The Brethren.” MENSA of Illinois meeting, Lake Shore Holiday Inn, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1983(7), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 275-94 (1992).)

794 D-III/7/1980. “Who Judges the Judges – and How?” Conference on Values and Politics in the Selection of Federal Judges, The University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.

795 ***D-III/19/1980. “On The Brethren.” Constitutional Law Seminar, Loyola School of Law, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1983(7), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 275-94 (1992).)

796 ***D-IV/29/1980. “Women and the Law: Fortescue and The Merchant of Venice.” Law Alumni Association, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 349-63 (1992).)

797 **D-V/18/1980. “Goethe’s Faust: The Architecture of Numbers.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (12), above, pp. 310-31.)

798 ***D-V/24/1980. “Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 125-34 (1992).)

799 ***D-VI/1/1980. “The Deceptions of Gyges: Herodotus and Plato.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 224-52 (1997).)

800 ***D-VIII/31/1980. “Lyric Poetry and Political Philosophy: Some Glimpses of the Beautiful Sappho.” Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 45-75 (1997).)

801 **D-X/5/1980. “Malcolm P. Sharp (1897-1980).” Memorial Service, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Excerpt: Item C-1986(3), above, pp. 608-09. See Item C-1983(6), above.   Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 133-52.  See Item D-II/27/1995, below.)

802 ***D-XI/8/1980. “On the Central Doctrine of Tocqueville’s Democracy in America.” Basic              Program Weekend, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy,              Wisconsin. See Item D-I/24/1986, below. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(3), and in Item B-10, above, pp. 81-111, 284-88 (1999).)

803 ***D-XII/4/1980. “An Introduction of Harry V. Jaffa.” Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1981(1), above, and in Item B-3, above, pp. 476-77 (1983).  Reprinted in Harry V. Jaffa, American Conservatism and the American Founding [Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 1983], pp. 48-51.)

D-1981

804 **D-I/10/1981. “Thomas Aquinas and ‘Natural Law’.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item D-IX/4(A)/1982, below, Appendix VI. Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 233-40.)

805 ***D-III/4/1981. “Heroes and Hostages.” Theta Lambda Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honorary Society, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 476-83 (1992).)

806 ***D-III/13/1981. “Science, Repression and Morality: The Evolution Controversy Today.” Clarence Darrow Memorial Meeting, Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 482-85 (1983).)

807 D-IV/1/1981. “Public Funds and Church-Sponsored Schools.” Faculty Seminar, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

808 ***D-IV/7/1981. “The Trials of Witches and the Tribulations of Witch-Hunters.” Fourteenth  Annual Will E. Orgain Lecture, The Law School, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 65-86, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 2.)

809 ***D-IV/12/1981. “An Introduction to Hindu Thought: The Bhagavad Gita.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1985(2), above, and in Item B-12, above. pp. 67-98  (2002).)

810 ***D-IV/19/1981. “The Conditions of Happiness in the Nicomachean Ethics.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item D-IX/4(B)/1982, below, Appendix V.  Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 319-25 (1997).)

811 ***D-IV/26(A)/1981. “On the Hunting of Witches Today.” Des Peres Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Missouri. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 319-26 (1992).)

812 ***D-IV/26(B)/1981. “The Moral Majority: The New Abolitionists?” Elijah Lovejoy Society, Des Peres Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Missouri. (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 163-75, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 327-37 (1992).)

813 D-V/4/1981. “Norman Belgrade (1914-1981).” Funeral Service, Sholem Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie, Illinois.  See Item D-V/11/1996, below.

814 ***D-V/16/1981. “The Trials of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 767-84, 1035-39, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 5-21, 32-38 (2004).)

815 D-VI/1/1981. “The Uses of ‘Nature’ in Machiavelli’s The Prince.” Chicago Area Political Theory Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

816 ***D-VI/13/1981. “On the Heraclitus of Callimachus.” Basic Program Graduation, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, pp. 310-21 [1983].)

817 D-VIII/13/1981. “Truth, Nakedness, and Ritual: A Discursive Postscript to Jacob Klein’s Lecture, ‘The Nature of Nature’.” Transcript of Seminar, The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.

818 D-VIII/14/1981.  “Jens Jensen, Mertha Fulkerson, and The Clearing.”  Transcript of Seminars, The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.

819 D-X/23(A)/1981.  “A Comparison of New Rightists and Socialists.”  Annual Meeting, Illinois Political Science Association, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago Illinois.

820 D-X/23(B)/1981.  “An Introduction to Machiavelli’s The Prince.”  Aspen-in-Chicago Conference, Woodstock Center, Woodstock, Illinois.

821 D-X/30/1981.  “The Articles of Confederation as Introduction to the Constitution of 1787.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

822 ***D-XI/8/1981.  “Martin Heidegger – on the Perils of Technology and Nazism.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 144-60 (1992).)

823 D-XII/5/1981.  “o kairos in the Julius Caesar of Plutarch and of Shakespeare.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001 (3), above, pp. 5-16.)

824 D-XII/13/1981.  “A Tribute to Marvin Mirsky.”  Prelude, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

D-1982

825 D-I/3/1982.  “Some Notes on Motion and Rest (Aristotle, Physics, V).”  The Irregular Seminar on Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Included in Item D-IX/4(B)/1982, below, Appendix III.)

826 ***D-II/13/1982.  “The Choruses in Aeschylus’ Oresteia.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 796-804, 1041, and in Item B-15(Projected), above, pp. 41-48, 66-67 (2004).)

827 D-III/1/1982.  “On the First Amendment.”  Statement for television broadcast, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

828 ***D-III/23/1982.  “On Speaking To and For Mankind: The Laborem Exercens Encyclical of Pope John Paul II.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1982(1), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 345-48 (1992).)

829 D-III/28/1982.  “On Parts and Wholes.”  Induction of Officers, Political Science Honorary Society and the Pre-Law Society, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.

830 **D-III/29(A)/1982.  “The Political Uses of Religion.”  Religion and the Commonwealth Lecture Series, Political Science Department, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 109-26.)

831 **D-III/29(B)/1982. “Conscientious Objectors and Military Conscription.”  Religion and the Commonwealth Lecture Series, Political Science Department, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 127-45.)

832 **D-III/30/1982.  “The Religion Clauses of the First Amendment: Where Have We Gone Wrong?”  Religion and the Commonwealth Lecture Series, Political Science Department, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 145-63.)

833 ***D-V/9/1982.  “On Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannos.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Mother’s Day).  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 830-46, 1044-47, and in Item B-15 (Projected),  above, pp. 83-97, 104-08 (2004).)

834 D-Spring/1982.  “On the Bluffs of Ellison Bay.”  Statement on Sid Telfer, Jr., The Jens Jensen I Knew (Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin: Door Reminder, 1982).

835 D-V/23/1982.  “Mozart’s Don Giovanni and the Limits of Music.”  The Basic Program Weekend Conference  Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.

836 D-VII/7/1982.  “My Brother’s Wife.”  Prepared for the Funeral of Mary Forsythe Anastaplo (1933-1982), First Presbyterian Church, Hammond, Indiana.

837 ***D-IX/4(A)/1982.  “Some Questions About ‘Existentialism’.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Denver Hilton Hotel, Denver, Colorado.  (Incorporated in Item B-5 above, pp. 139-43 (1992).)

838 **D-IX/4(B)/1982.  “Aristotle on Law and Morality.”  Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, Denver Hilton Hotel, Denver, Colorado.  (Incorporated in Item C-1983(3), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 20-26 (1992).)  This convention paper included nine appendices under the heading, “On Reading Aristotle and His Successors”: Items D-V/11-15(A)/1956, D-I/13/1979, D-I/3/1982, D-III/13/1956, D-IV/19/1981, D-I/10/1981, D-V/13/1978, D-X/21/1973, and D-III/6(A)/1976, above.

839 D-IX/23/1982.  “Seneca’s  Hippolytus: On Getting It All Together.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

840 ***D-X/28/1982.  “Law and Morality, By Way of Delphi.”  Institute of Human Values, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  (Incorporated, in large part, in Item B-7, above, pp. 93-103 (1997).)

841 ***D-XI/7/1982.  “Hippolytus and Phaedra: A Story of the Story.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 129-45 (1997).)

842 ***D-XI/28/1982.  “On Giving Thanks in Dark Times.”  Lake Shore Unitarian Universalist Society, Winnetka, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 596-601 (1992).)

843 **D-XII/6/1982.  “The McCarthy Period and Its Victims.”  Transcript, an hour-long telephone interview by producers of a national television network program.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 518-40.)

D-1983

844 **D-II/20/1983.  “Schopenhauer on the Suffering and Suffered of the World.”  The Irregular

Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 391-406.)

845 D-III/5/1983.  “The Presumptuousness of Perjury.”  Criminal Law Conference, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

846 **D-III/14(A)/1983.  “More Is Less: On the Purposes of the First Amendment.”  Central Louisiana Press Club, Alexandria, Louisiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 37-39.)

847 ***D-III/14(B)/1983.  “The Blessings of Liberty: How to Think about the First Amendment.”  Louisiana State University, Alexandria, Louisiana.  (Partially incorporated in Item B-4, above, pp.13-25 (1989).)

848 **D-III/15/1983.  “The First Amendment and the Ides of March.”  Louisiana State University, Alexandria, Louisiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 40-43.)

849 **D-III/16/1983.  “How to Read the Constitution of the United States.”  The Law Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 3-26.)

850 D-III/19/1983.  “On the Fifth Book of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics.”  Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.

851 D-III/22/1983.  On Issues of the Day.  Interview by Irving Ward-Steinman.  KOBS-Radio, Alexandria, Louisiana.

852 ***D-IV/6/1983.  “For Harold Washington: Proposed Statement for a Lifelong Chicago Democrat.”  Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 473-75 (1992).)

853 *D-IV/17/1983.  “Private Rights and Public Law: The Founders’ Perspective.”  Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 555-69, and in Item C-1994(4), above, pp. 209-23, 232-34.)

854 ***D-IV/23/1983.  “Plato’s Laws and the Aristotelian Succession.”  Aristotle Panel, Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 37-50 (1992).)

855 *D-IV/27/1983.  “The Open Society.”  Department of Government, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. (Incorporated in Item C-1984(2), above.)

856 ***D-V/7/1983.  “Who’s Boss? Medicine and Law–An Ordering of Principles.”  Second Annual James Stone Lecture on the Philosophy of Medicine, Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Organized by Dr. Richard A. Shapiro (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 389-98 (1992).)

857 **D-V/16/1983.  “Remembrance of Things Future: On Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.”  Shakespeare Lecture Series, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 16-37.)

858 D-V/22(A)/1983.  “A Tribute to Joel Rich.”  Prelude, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See http://www.cygneis.com

*859 *D-V/22(B)/1983.  “Dante – as Traveller and as Artist.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6) above,  pp. 240-61.)

860 **D-VI/3/1983.  “Love and Order in Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 403-16.)

861 **D-VIII/31/1983.  “In re Heirens (1946-1983): A Few Suggestions.”  Memorandum, on the Matter of William Heirens, for the Office of the Attorney General, State of Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 495-98.)

862 **D-IX/1/1983.  “Reason and Revelation: The Case of Leo Strauss.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 758-64.)

863 D-IX/2/1983.  “To My Fellow Straussians: Words of Caution.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.

864 *D-IX/19/1983.  Interview of George Anastaplo.  Conducted by Alex Kotlowitz, National Public Radio.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, pp. 640-42.)

865 ***D-X/3/1983.  “Shylock’s Missing Speech: Shakespeare, the Jews, and The Merchant of Venice.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 935-50, 1066-71, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 231-52 (2004).)

866 ***D-XI/6/1983.  “George Orwell’s 1984 and the Limits of Tyranny.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 161-80 (1992).)

867 **D-XI/8/1983.  “Nikos Kazantzakis and the Reform of Greece.”  Kazantzakis Program, Preston Bradley Hall, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 530-38.)

868 D-XI/15/1983.  “The Basic Program and the Chicago Community: Another Introduction to George Orwell’s 1984.”  Women’s Board Conference, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

869 **D-XI/19/1983.  “Descartes’s Meditations and Common Sense: Some Queries.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2002 (2), above, pp. 13-21.)

870 D-XII/4/1983.  “On the Sophia of Mortimer J. Adler and His Predecessors.”  Prepared as an Introduction, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

 

D-1984

871 **D-I/1/1984.  “On a Timely Poem by A. E. Housman.”  The Irregular Seminar in Political Philosophy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in C-1998(1), above, pp. 362-72.)

872 ***D-I/30/1984.  “Liberal Education and Legal Education: Some Lessons from the Lincoln-Douglas Debates.”  Intercollegiate Studies Institute, The University of Chicago Chapter, International House, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 732-53, and in Item B-10, above, pp. 157-75, 302-04 (1999).)

873 *D-II/6/1984.  “The Hands That Rock the Cradles Rule the World: The Story of Rebecca.”  Committee on Women’s Issues, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 564-80.)

874 **D-III/2/1984.  “Beowulf: The Artist as Christian and as Thinker.”  St. John’s College, Sante Fe, New Mexico. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 207-27.)

875 **D-III/6/1984.  “What Is Still Wrong With George Anastaplo?”  Department of History, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(3), above.)

876 ***D-III/13/1984.  “On Capital Punishment.”  Clarence Darrow Memorial Meeting, Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 422-27 (1992).)

877 **D-V/4/1984.  “The Book(s) of Isaiah and the Nature of Prophecy.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 665-80.)

878 ***D-V/5/1984.  “Law and Order: Hopes and Fears (On Handguns).”  Law Week Meeting, Optimist Club Luncheon, Oak Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 367-74 (1992).)

879 D-V/13/1984.  “On the Study of Political Philosophy.”  Panel on Teaching Political Theory, Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  (The other panelists were Thomas S. Engeman, Jane Mansbridge, Michael Wemstein, and James L. Wiser.)

880 **D-V/20/1984.  “The Uses of ‘Nature’ in Martin Luther’s Christian Liberty.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 318-42.)

881 ***D-V/29/1984.  “Civil Disobedience and Statesmanship.”  Max Planck Institute for International Law, Heidelberg, West Germany.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 537-54 (1992).)

882 ***D-VI/9/1984.  “Niccolò Machiavelli and Florence.”  Rome Program, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Santa Croce Church, Florence, Italy.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 516-26 (1992).)

883 D-VI/30/1984.  “Report From Rome: The Death of Enrico Berlinguer and the Future of European Communism.”  Rome, Italy.

884 ***D-IX/1/1984.  “Machiavelli, Veronese and Lincoln on ‘Political Religion’ and ‘The Separation of Church and State’.”  Center for the Study of the Constitution Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 527-36 (1992).)

885 *D-IX/1/1984.  “The Fundamental Alternatives for Leo Strauss.”  Clarement Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item C-2002(1), pp. 171-76.)

886 *D-IX/23/1984.  “A Statement on Behalf of Liese Ricketts.”  Political Rally, Will County, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(3), above, p. 578.)  See Item E-III/19/1973, below.  See, also, Item D-X/4(A)/1991, below.

887 ***D-X/7/1984.  “A Reading of Raphael’s The School of Athens.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 335-61 (1997).)

888 ***D-X/28/1984.  “The Book of Jonah and the Rule of Law.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 821-30, 1043-44, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 71-81 (2004).)

889 **D-XI/4/1984. “Shaw’s Caesar and Cleopatra.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (12), above, pp. 437-64.)

890 ***D-XI/8/1984. “On How Vico Reads Homer.” Conference on the Social Sciences and the Humanities: Isolation or Interdependence? The Institute of Human Values, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 367-82 (1997).)

891 ***D-XI/30/1984. “The Teacher as Learner: On Discussion.” Paideia Program Teacher Training Conference, Kilmer Grade School, Chicago, Illinois (Incorporated in Item C-1985(4), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 591-95 (1992).)

892 ***D-XII/7/1984. “Gods, Games and Heroes in Pindar.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 76-92 (1997).)

D-1985

893 D-II/17/1985. “A Tribute to Larry E. Arnhart.” Introduction, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

894 ***D-III/2/1985. “Kant on Metaphysics and Morality.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 27-32 (1992).)

895 ***D-III/13/1985. “The Challenge of Creationism.” Clarence Darrow Memorial Meeting, Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Items C-1989(5) and C-1989(6), above, and in Item B-5, above, pp. 341-44 (1992).)

896 **D-III/28/1985. “Pornography and the Scope of the First Amendment.” Program on Pornography, Its Social and Legal Implications, Women’s Law Center, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1985(5), above, and in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 43-49.)

897 **D-III/29/1985. “The Regulation of Cable Television.” Program on the First Amendment and the Media, Chicago Bar Association, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1985(6), above, pp. 49-55.)

898 **D-IV/12/1985. “The Rule of Law, Summer and Winter: 1787 and 1860-1861.” Political Science Department, The State University of New York, Oswego, New York. (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 254-56.)

899***D-IV/18/1985. “Ethics, Slavery, and the Constitutional Convention of 1787.” The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 696-716, and in Item B-10, above, pp. 51-67, 280-82 (1999).)

900 D-IV/22(A)/1985. “On the Privilege of Being and Doing Good.” First Amendment Seminar, The College of Law, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.

901 D-IV/22(B)/1985. “Better Early than Late: On Reconsidering a Bar Admission Case.” Constitutional Law Seminar, The College of Law, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.

902 *D-V/1/1985. “On What the First Amendment Does and Does Not Do.” Statement prepared for the General Assembly, The State of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois. Distributed by Public Research, Syndicated, Claremont, California, August 30, 1985. (Incorporated in Item C-1988(2), below, pp. 162-64.)

903 **D-V/3/1985. “The Challenge of Boccaccio’s Decameron.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 270-86.)

904 ***D-VI/1/1985. “On Xenophon’s Hiero.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 51-57 (1992).)

905 *D-VIII/30/1985. “Slavery in the Territories and a Blushing Constitution.” Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 717-22.)

906 ***D-IX/6/1985. “Love, Death and the Gilgamesh Epic.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1986(2), above, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 1-30 (2002).)

907 ***D-IX/12/1985. “The Constitutions of the Americans.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986/6, above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 1-12 (1989).)  (First of the Rochester Institute of Technology 1985-1986 Gannett Lecture Series organized by Mary E. Sullivan, Glenn J. Kist, David Murdock, and John A. Murley.)  See Item D-IX/20/1990, below.

908 ***D-IX/26/1985. “Article I, Sections 1-6 of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 26-38, 309 (1989).)

909 D-X/3/1985.  On First Amendment Responsibility and the Constitution.  Discussion with Anthony Lewis and Leo Paul S. de Alvarez.  Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

910 ***D-X/10/1985. “Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 39-49, 309-10 (1989).)

911 *D-X/18/1985. “Misapprehensions and the First Amendment.” Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-1988(2), above.)

912 ***D-X/24/1985. “Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution of 1787.” Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Items B-4, above, pp. 50-60, 310-12 (1989).)

913 **D-XI/3/1985. “Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights: Usurpation and the Law.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 379-90.)

914 ***D-XI/7/1985. “Article I, Sections 9 and 10 of the Constitution of 1787.” Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 61-73, 312-13 (1989).)

915 ***D-XI/8/1985. “What Does It Mean to Say That Someone Has Nobody But Himself to Blame?” National Association of Social Workers, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated [with the title “Who Am I?”] in Item B-5, above, pp. 3-19 (1992).)

916 D-XI/12/1985. “Bernard Weisberg, United States Magistrate.”  Installation, United States Courthouse, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item A-4, above.

917 D-XI/20/1985. “Usurpation and Due Process: The Contemporary Relevance of the Bar Admission Cases”.  The College of Law, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.

918 **D-XI/23/1985. “An Introduction to Plato’s Euthyphro.” Crossroads International Students Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 873-82, 1052-54.)

919 ***D-XII/5/1985.  “Anglo-American Constitutionalism.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 74-88, 313-14 (1989).)  See Item D-XI/3/1991, below.

920 **D-XII/6/1985.  “Knowledge and Ignorance in Plato’s Apology.”  Regional Political Theory Group, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 1945-58.)

921 ***D-XII/19/1985.  “Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 89-108, 314-15 (1989).)

D-1986

922 D-I/9/1986.  On the Bernard Goetz Controversy: Lawful Defense and the Constitution.  Discussion with Ramsey Clark and Laurence Berns.  Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

923 **D-I/10/1986.  “Nature and the Enlightenment: On Voltaire’s Candide.”  Conference on the Enlightenment, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 175-83.)

924 ***D-I/16/1986.  “Article II, Sections 2, 3 and 4 of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 109-23, 315-19 (1989).)

925 ***D-I/24/1986.  “On the Central Doctrine of Tocqueville’s Democracy in America.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Claremont, California.  Expansion of Item D-XI/8/1980, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(3) and in Item B-10, above, pp. 81-111, 284-88 (1999).)

926 ***D-I/30/1986.  “Article III, Sections 1 and 2 of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-

1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 124-35, 319-21 (1989).)

927 **D-II/12/1986.  “Opinions of the School of Law Faculty with Respect to Teaching,” Memorandum for the Task Force on Teaching at Loyola University of Chicago.  Chicago, Illinois. (Included in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 107-10.)

928 ***D-II/13/1986.  “Article III, Sections 2 and 3 of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 136-48 (1989).)

929 *D-II/16/1986.  Interview of George Anastaplo.  Studs Terkel Program, WFMT-Radio, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(1), above, pp. 520-36.)

930 *D-II/20/1986.  “Education, Television, and Political Discussion in America.”  Interview conducted by Donald McDonald, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(5), above.)

931 **D-III/15/1986.  “Christianity and Classical Thought: The Case of Tertullian.”  Conference on Christianity and Classical Thought (in honor of Frederick J. Crosson), The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 47-68.)

932 ***D-III/20/1986.  “The State Constitutions in 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 149-66, 323-24 (1989).)

933 D-III/21/1986.  “The Charms and Limits of Particulars.”  Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

934 *D-III/22/1986.  “Reason and Revelation: The Case of the Bhagavad Gita.”  Hindu Study Group, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 183-90.)

935 D-III/27/1986.  On Abortion, the Judicial Process, and the Constitution.  Discussion with Abner J. Mikva.  Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

936 **D-III/28(A)/1986.  “Reason and Revelation: The Case of Tom Paine.”  Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 385-90.)

937 ***D-III/28(B)/1986.  “Article IV of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in B-4, above, pp. 167-78, 323-24 (1989).)

938 ***D-IV/10/1986.  “Article V of the Constitution of 1797.”  Gannett Lecture Series,   Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 179-95, 324-25 (1989).)

939 **D-IV/12/1986.  “First, Persuade the Teachers: On Educational Reform Today.”  Mortimer J. Adler’s Teacher Training Conference, Paideia Program, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(4), above, pp. 205-11.)

940 **D-IV/16/1986.  “The First Amendment Reconsidered.”  Harpur College, The State University of New York, Binghamton, New York.  See Item D-VIII/26/1963, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2016-41.)

941 ***D-IV/17/1986.  “Article VI of the Constitution of 1787.”  Gannett Lecture Series,   Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above, and in Item B-4, above, pp. 196-214, 325-27 (1989).)

942 D-IV/24/1986.  “Xenophon on Tyranny.”  Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.

943 ***D-V/1/1986.  “Article VII of the Constitution of 1797 and the Aftermath.”  Gannett Lecture Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.  (Incorporated in Item C-1986(6), above,  and in Item B-4, above, pp. 215-34, 327 (1989).)

944 ***D-V/13/1986.  “Lessons from Life.”  Chicago Law Foundation. The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Excerpt: Item C-1986(3), above, p. 576.  Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 573-81 (1992).)

945 **D-V/27/1986.  “The Erie Problem.”  The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois  (on the initiative of students in a Civil Procedure class).  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (10), above, pp. 178-88.)

946 D-VI/1(A)/1986.  “On Edwin A. Bergman (1917-1986).”  Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

947 **D-VI/1(B)/1986.  “The Ten Commandments.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 613-40.)

948 **D-VI/6(A)/1986.  “Henry V and Shakespeare at Agincourt.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  See, also, Item D-XI/3/1991, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 37-60.)

949 D-VI/6(B)/1986.  “An Introduction to the Opening Chapters of Aristotle’s Politics.”  Paideia Program Institute, Chicago Public Schools, Chicago, Illinois.

950 ***D-VIII/14/1986.  “Aristotle on Slavery.”  Paideia Principals Conference, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Aspen, Colorado.  (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 691-96 and in Item B-10, above, pp. 257-62, 354-59 (1999).)

951 ***D-VIII/28/1986.  “Clausewitz and Intelligence: Some Preliminary Observations.”  Conference on Intelligence and Policy, Defense Intelligence College, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item C-1989(8), above, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 3.)

952 **D-VIII/29/1986.  “Chance, Nature and Providence in Pride and Prejudice.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000 (12), above, pp. 350-58.)

953 **D-VIII/31/1986.  “The Education of George Washington.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 758-62.)

954 **D-X/24/1986.  “Testimonials to Rome.” Classical Studies Department, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 32-38.)

955 D-XI/2/1986.  “The Eternal Return of Nietzsche.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Wagon Wheel Resort, Rockton, Illinois.

956 D-XI/10/1986.  “The Character and Purposes of the New Deal.” Conference on the Legacy of the New Deal, The Center for Constructive Alternatives, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan.

957 *D-XI/23/1986.  “William H. Rehnquist and the First Amendment.” Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-1987(2), above.)

958 D-XII/5/1986.  “One Poetic Introduction to Horace’s Odes.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.

D-1987

959 *D-II/22/1987.  “The Rediscovery of Justice in Book IV of Plato’s Republic.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1987(3), above, pp. 546-54, and in Item C-1994(3), above.)  See, Item C-2001(2), below.

960 ***D-III/13/1987.  “The Haymarket Controversy.” Clarence Darrow Memorial Meeting, Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 969-77, 1078-81, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 283-95 (2004).)

961 **D-III/20/1987.  “Reading the Constitution.” Conference for College Teachers in Celebration of the Bicentennial of the Constitution, Loop College, Knickerbocker Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 373-81, and in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 740-47.)

962 D-III/21/1987.  “Dan Brown (1942-1987).” Swift Hall, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

963 *D-III/27/1987.  “Nature and Convention in Blackstone’s Commentaries: The Beginning of an Inquiry.” Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Conference, American Culture Association, Montreal, Quebec.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(2), above.)

964 D-IV/10/1987.  “On the Platonism of Aristotle.” Panel on Plato and Aristotle, Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois.

965 **D-IV/12/1987.  “Jesus and the Lord’s Prayer.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Palm Sunday).  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 700-19.)  See Item C-2000(3), above.

966 **D-V/2/1987.  “Aristotle and the Scope of the Law.” Hellenic Law Society of Northern California, St. Nicholas Ranch and Retreat Center, Dunlap, California. (Incorporated in Item C-1987(4), above, pp. 207-13.)

967 D-V/3/1987.  “The Prudential Uses of Honor: On Cyprus and Greek-Turkish Relations.” Response to the First Athenian Award, Hellenic Law Society of Northern California, St. Nicholas Ranch and Retreat Center, Dunlap, California.

968 **D-V/6/1987.  “A Constitutional Primer for Executives.” Federal Executives Board, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 1109-12.)

969 D-V/7/1987.  “The Future of the American Constitutional System.” With John A. Murley. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

970 D-V/8/1987.  “On Reading Constitutional Documents.” With Theodore J. Lowi and Stanley D. McKenzie. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

971 D-V/11/1987.  “The Emergence of the Bill of Rights, 1787-1791.” The Center for the Humanities, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

972 D-VI/3/1987.  “One Introduction to The Communist Manifesto.” Departmental Seminar, Department of Criminal Justice, The University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

973 ***D-VI/5/1987.  “Thucydides and the Divine.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. Dedicated to the memory of Lucille Ollendorf (1919-1987).  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 253-63 (1997).)

974 **D-VI/8/1987.  “The Constitution of 1787: Principles and Compromises.” National Endowment for the Humanities Workshop, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn, Georgia. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 1003-12.)

975 D-VII/22/1987.  On the Bicentennial of the Constitution. With Mortimer J. Adler, Robert Balfour, and Janet Morgan. Institute for the Humanities, Aspen, Colorado.

976 **D-VIII/14/1987.  “The Pursuit of Happiness and the Practice of Law.” Law Firm Luncheon Meeting, Altheimer & Gray, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 406-15.)

977 D-VIII/18/1987.  “Ancient Greece and American Constitutionalism.” Educational Foundation, AHEPA National Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

978 **D-VII/23/1987.  “On the Meaning of Words; or, The Disjunction Between Passion and Reason.”  The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2085-86.)

979 ***D-IX/4(A)/1987.  “An Introduction to Buddhist Thought.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(4), above, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 147-73 (2002).)

980 D-IX/4(B)/1987.  “On Reading the Constitution.”  Center for the Study of the Constitution Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.

981 *D-IX/9/1987.  “In re Judge Bork.”  Faculty Speaker Series, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(4), above, pp. 1145-50.)

982 **D-IX/12/1987.  “The Declaration as Constitution.”  Shimer College Weekend, Illinois Beach Resort, Zion, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 997-1003.)

983 **D-IX/17/1987.  “The Three Constitutions of 1787: The Past is Prologue.”  Albion College, Albion, Michigan.  (Incorporated in Item 1991(2), above, pp. 1083-97.)

984 **D-IX/18/1987.  “Legislative Supremacy and ‘We the People’: On to Three Hundred.”  Chicago Ridge High School, Chicago Ridge, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item 1991(2), above, pp. 1097-1109.)

985 *D-IX/20/1987.  “On the Judging of Judges: The Bork Case.” (With Leon Despres and Jamie Kalven.)  K.A.M.-Isaiah Israel Congregation, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(4), above, pp. 1150-57.)

986 **D-X/4/1987.  “Wishful Thinking and the Apocalypse.”  Lake Shore Unitarian Universalist Society, Winnetka, Illinois.  See Item D-IV/24(B)/1998 and s D-II/4/1999, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), pp. 579-88.)

987 **D-X/6/1987.  “Church and State Today: Reason Versus Revelation Reconsidered.”  Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 470-75.)

988 D-X/13/1987.  “On the Political Questions of the Day.”  Interview by Michael Bakalis.  Loyola University Television Program, Chicago, Illinois.

989 **D-X/18/1987.  “The Legacy of the Framers of 1787.”  Highland Park Library, Highland Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 1013-24.)

990 **D-X/22/1987.  “Human Nature and The Federalist: Hopes and Fears at the Founding.”  The Federalist Papers Today Lecture Series, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 1042-53.)

991 **D-X/26(A)/1987.  “Character and Honor: A Bicentennial Review.”  The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 383-90.)

992 **D-X/26(B)/1987.  “Education and the Constitution.”  The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 1060-71.)

993 ***D-X/30/1987.  “The Constitution of 1787 and the Confederate States of America.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 125-34, 429-31 (1995).)

994 ***D-XI/4/1987.  “Subversion, Then and Now.”  The College of Law, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois. Dedicated to the memory of Charles G. Bloom (1920-1987).

(Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2041-51, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp.411-11 (2004).)

995 ***D-XI/8/1987.  “Herodotus, A Constitutional Debate, and the Consent of the Governed.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Illinois State Beach Resort, Zion, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 211-24 (1997).)

996 **D-XI/12/1987.  “The Central Teachings of John Keats’s Ode on a Grecian Urn.”  Master Teachers Institute, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 368-79.)  (Hanna Goldschmidt, of the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, was honored on that occasion.)

997 **D-XI/14/1987.  “On the Uses of the Federal Convention Mode of Constitutional Amendment.”  Illinois Political Science Association Meeting, The University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item 1991(2), above, pp. 1053-60.)

998 D-XI/19(A)/1987.  “Censorship and Discipline.”  Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Missouri.

999 D-XI/19(B)/1987.  “Technology and Freedom.”  Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Missouri.

1000 **D-XI/21/1987.  “Why Not the Best?  Professional Ethics and the Classics.”  Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois.  Organized by Dr. Richard A. Shapiro. (Incorporated in Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 303-08.)

1001 **D-XII/5/1987.  “Love, Philosophy, and Politics in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 61-75.)

1002 D-XII/6/1987.  “On Mortimer J. Adler and His Diagrammatics.”  Introduction, Performance by Mortimer J. Adler and Sara Prince Anastaplo, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

D-1988

1003 ***D-I/14/1988.  “The Federal Idea and the City.”  Conference on the Constitution and the City, Community Renewal Society, Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 440-46 (1992).)

1004***D-I/21/1988.  “Religion and the City.”  Conference on the Constitution and the City, Community Renewal Society, Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 446-53 (1992).)

1005 **D-I/30/1988.  “Most glorious Lord of lyfe: Edmund Spenser and Amoretti No. 68.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), below, pp. 407-16.)

1006 **D-II/22(A)/1988.  “Triumphant Octavius in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 76-82.)

1007 **D-II/22(B)/1988.  “Machiavelli, Religion, and the Rule of Law.”  The Law School, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 459-65.)

1008 **D-II/22/(C)/1988.  “The Judicial Power of the United States.”  Tocqueville Forum, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 162-77.)

1009 D-II/23/1988.  “The Baconian Revolution and Liberal Education.”  Workshop on Woman Authors and the Politics of Liberal Education, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

1010 D-III/2(A)/1988.  “Another Look at the Obscene.”  The University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

1011 **D-III/2(B)/1988.  “Liberal Education, the Books We Read, and How We Read Them.”  The University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 254-61.)

1012 **D-III/4/1988.  “Politics and Piety in Plutarch’s Numa Pompilius.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 13-31.)

1013 **D-III/10/1988.  “Forms May Matter: A Command Performance on the Anastaplo Bar Admission Case.”  Claremont-McKenna College, Claremont, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2065-84.)

1014 **D-III/25/1988.  “Ratification Campaign Records and Constitutional Interpretation.”  Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 1034-42.)

1015 **D-IV/24/1988.  “Socrates and the Virtues of Everyday Life.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 666-85.)

1016 D-V/9/1988.  “Constitutional Interpretation and the Chicago Connection.”  Alumni Luncheon Series, The University of Chicago Alumni Association, Chicago, Illinois.

1017 D-V/13/1988.  “The Art Institute Fiasco.”  Radio Interview, WVON-Radio, Chicago, Illinois.

1018 **D-V/29/1988.  “Shakespeare’s King Lear and the Masks of Madness.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1988(3), above, pp. 83-97.)

1019*D-VI/10/1988.  “Allan Bloom and Race Relations in the United States.”  Institute of Human Values, Annual Meeting.  Canadian Council of Learned Societies, Windsor, Ontario.  (Incorporated in Item C–1989(2), above.)

1020 D-VI/18/1988.  “The Greek Heritage and Its Future.”  Annual Graduates Presentation, Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Chicago, Illinois.

1021 D-VII/6/1988.  “Angela Frangella Ebzery (1915-1988).”  Funeral Service, The Cathedral of the Holy Name, Chicago, Illinois.

1022 D-IX/3/1988.  “What Happened to Judge Bork–And To Us?”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C. (Incorporated in Item C–1990(4), above, pp. 1157-63.)

1023 ***D-IX/15/1988.  “The Northwest Ordinance, Natural Right, and the Common Law.”  Manesseh Cutler Lecture, Bicentenary of the First Court Session in the Northwest Territory.  Washington County Courthouse, Marietta, Ohio.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 69-79, 283-84 (1999).)

1024 D-IX/22/1988.  “The Once and Future Vice-Presidency.”  United States Railroad Retirement Board Luncheon, Chicago, Illinois.

1025 *D-IX/23/1988.  “A Primer on Libel and Privacy.”  Libel and Privacy Seminar, Department of Communications, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C–1989(7), above.)

1026 ***D-X/19/1988.  “On Patriotism.”  Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving,  Texas.  (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 108-21 (1992).)  See Item E-II/12/1990, below.

1027 **D-X/20/1988.  “Republics and Military Establishments: The Lessons of Roman History for the Framers of the Constitution.”  Law School, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C–1991(2), above, pp. 978-87.)

1028 D-X/29/1988.  “Democracy and Philosophy: On Yves R. Simon and Mortimer J. Adler.”  Annual Symposium, American Maritain Association, The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.  (Incorporated in Item C–1989(7), above.)

1029 **D-XI/4/1988.  “William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 554-66.)

1030 ***D-XI/5/1988.  “On the Ordering of the Moral Virtues in the Nicomachean Ethics.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 325-34 (1997).)

1031 *D-XI/9/1988.  “Constitutionalism and Public Policy: The Affirmative Action Issue.”  Calumet College of St. Joseph, Hammond, Indiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(5), above, pp. 489-98.)

1032 **D-XI/13/1988.  “T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets: Poetry as Agony, Enigma, and Intimidation.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 539-54.)

1033 **D-XI/19(A)/1988.  “Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince: On the Utility of Beauty.”  Teacher Training Conference, Paideia Program, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 432-37.)

1034 ***D-XI/19(B)/1988.  “Abraham Lincoln’s Conservative Legacy.”  Illinois Political Science Association Meeting, Springfield, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 251-56, 353-54 (1999).)

1035 **D-XII/12/1988.  “Freedom of Speech and the Character of Public Discourse.”  The Faculty of Law, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.  (Incorporated in Item C–1990(5), above, pp. 2051-65.)

1036 **D-XII/13/1988. “The Constitution of the United States from an American’s ‘British Perspective’.” The Faculty of Law, The University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland. (Incorporated in Item 1991(2), above, pp. 1024-34.)

D-1989

1037 **D-I/4/1989. “Questions for American Law Students in Britain.” London Program, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, George Williams House, London, England. (Incorporated in Item 1991(2), above, pp. 1071-83.)

1038 ***D-I/22/1989. “How, Why and When Does God Speak to Men? On Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannos.” Lake Shore Unitarian Universalist Society, Winnetka, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 119-28 (1997).)

1039 ***D-III/3/1989. “Negation and Affirmation: Some Perhaps Salutary Lessons from Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library,  Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 784-96, 1039-44, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 21-32, 38-40 (2004).)

1040 D-III/12/1989. “A Tribute to Keith Cleveland.” Introduction, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Item C-2001(4), above, pp. 311-15. See, also, Item D-XI/19/2000, below.

1041 D-III/13/1989. “Capital Punishment Reconsidered.” Clarence Darrow Memorial Meeting, Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois.

1042 **D-III/30/1989. “How to Read the Bill of Rights: The Taking Clause of the Fifth Amendment.” Annual Meeting, Southwestern Political Science Association, Little Rock, Arkansas. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2),  above, pp.. 748-56.)

1043 ***D-IV/7/1989. “The Chicago Conspiracy Trial–Twenty Years Later.” Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, St. Louis, Missouri.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991 (4), above, pp. 1011-19, 1106-58, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 329-36, 371-78 (2004).)

1044 **D-IV/14/1989. “How to Read the Bill of Rights: The Ninth Amendment.” Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 381-88.)

1045 **D-IV/23/1989. “St. George and His Dragon: Sources and Consequences.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 744-58, and in Item C-1999(11), above.)

1046 ***D-V/6/1989. “The Original Gorgias?” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 264-78 (1997).)

1047 **D-V/18/1989. “The Declaration of Independence and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Lenoir-Rhyne College HickoryHumanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(2), above, pp. 987-97.)

1048 **D-V/22/1989. “The Allan Bloom Book and Education Today.” Faculty Retreat, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Lutheridge Camp, Arden, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 156-63.)  See Item C-1998(1), above, Item D-X/27/1991, below.

1049 D-V/23/1989.  “Some Questions About Liberal Education.”  Faculty Retreat, Lenoir-Rhyne

College, Lutheridge Camp, Arden, North Carolina.

*1050 D-VI/1/1989. “Shadia Drury on ‘Leo Strauss.’” Institute of Human Values Panel, Annual  Meeting, Canadian Council of Learned Societies, Quebec City, Quebec.  (Incorporated in C-1990(7), above.)

1051 D-VI/13/1989. “Sexually-Oriented Businesses and the First Amendment: A Reminder of First Principles.” Memorandum No. 1 for Analeslie Muncy, City Attorney of Dallas, Texas, with respect to FW/PBS, Inc. v. City of Dallas (United States Supreme Court, 493 U.S. 215 [1990]), from Rome, Italy.

1052 D-VI/14/1989. “Sexually-Oriented Businesses and the First Amendment: On the Relevance of Near v. Minnesota (1931).” Memorandum No. 2 for the City Attorney of Dallas, Texas, from Rome, Italy.

1053 D-VI/15/1989. “Sexually-Oriented Businesses and the First Amendment: On the Relevance of Various Cases.” Memorandum No. 3 for the City Attorney of Dallas, Texas, from Rome, Italy.

1054 D-VI/16/89. “Sexually-Oriented Businesses and the First Amendment: On the Dissenting Opinion in the Court of Appeals, 837 F.2d. 1298, at 1306-1312 (1988).”  Memorandum No. 4 for the City Attorney of Dallas, Texas, from Rome, Italy.

1055 D-VI/22/1989. “Sexually-Oriented Businesses and the First Amendment: On the Amicus Briefs.” Memorandum No. 5 for the City Attorney of Dallas, Texas, from Rome, Italy.

1056 D-VI/29/1989. “Comments on the June 1989 Draft of the Dallas Brief in FW/PBS, Inc. v. City of Dallas (United States Supreme Court, 1989).” Memorandum No. 6 for the       City Attorney of Dallas, Texas, from Rome, Italy.

1057 D-VIII/1-5/1989. On Stephen Hawking and the “Big Bang.” Seminars, The Clearing,   Door County, Wisconsin.  See Item D-XI/4/1989, below.

1058 D-VIII/7-11/1989. On the Book of Genesis. Seminars, The Clearing, Door County, Wisconsin.  See Item C-1998(2), above.

1059 ***D-VIII/27/1989. “Ethics and Technology: The Problem of Abortion and the Law.” World Conference on Ethical Choices in the Age of Pervasive Technology, Guelph  University, Guelph, Ontario. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 399-406 (1992).)

1060 **D-X/6/1989. “Is Iago Humanly Possible? Reflections on Shakespeare’s Othello.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 98-109.)

1061 ***D/XI/4/1989. “On Stephen Hawking and the Nature of Modern Science.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1989 (13), above, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 272-301 (2002).)

1062 ***D-XI/11/1989. “On the Mostly-Concealed Gods in Homer’s Iliad.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 13-27 (1997).)

1063 **D-XI/20/1989. “On the Corruption of Iago by Desdemona and Othello.” Nineteenth Century Women’s Club, Oak Park, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 109-18.)

D-1990

1064 **D-I/5/1990. “On Montaigne, Death and Philosophy: Essays, I, 20, A Preliminary Inquiry.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. Dedicated to the memory of Anne M. Cohler (1940-1989). (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 342-57.)

1065 ***D-I/31/1990. Memorandum on Subversion prepared for The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States. (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), pp. 1009-11, 1104-06, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 327-29, 370-71 (2004).)

1066 **D-II/18/1990. “Benjamin Franklin and the Power of Prayer.” Men’s Group, Sts. Faith, Hope and Charity Church, Winnetka, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 378-85.)

1067 **D-II/22(A)/1990. “St. Paul: The Old Law and the New.” Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 39-47.)

1068 ***D-II/22(B)/1990. “The Prospects for Constitutional Government in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.” The Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-5, above, pp. 555-69 (1992).) See Item D-VI/7/1991, below.

1069 D-III/9/1990. “The Cases Against and For the North American Indians.” Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, Toronto, Ontario. (Incorporated in Item D-IX/17/1992, below.)

1070 *D-III/29/1990. “Law, Literature and Judge Posner.” The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (With Richard A. Posner, William T. Braithwaite, and Linda Hirshman.)  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(5), above.)

1071 D-III/30/1990. “The Aristophanes of Leo Strauss.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The     University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1072 ***D-IV/22/1990. “An Introduction to North American Indian Thought.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(4), above, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 223-60 (2002).)

1073 **D-IV/30/1990. “Judges, Politics and the Constitution.” Skokie Public Library, Skokie, Illinois. (With Abner J. Mikva and others.) (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 465-68.)

1074 **D-V/5/1990. “And Are We Yet Alive, And See Each Other’s Face?” Commencement Address, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992, above, pp. 699-706.)

1075 ***D-V/6/1990. “Aristophanes’ Birds and the Problem of Zeus.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Illinois State Beach Resort, Zion, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 157-70 (1997).)

1076 **D-V/17/1990. “On Human Freedom.” Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 469-81.)

1077 **D-VIII/20/1990. “On Plutarch’s Alexander.” Faculty Meeting for the Great Books Seminar, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item 1999(4), above, pp. 734-44.)  See Item C-2000(4), above.

1078 **D-VIII/29/1990. “Bills of Rights–Ancient, Modern, and Natural?” Center for the Study of the Constitution Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 475-81.)

1079 *D-IX/1(A)/1990. “Willmoore Kendall and the Constitution.” Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-2002(1), above, pp. 165-70.)

1080 **D-IX/1(B)/1990. “What is Going on Here Anyway? Thoughts at Sixty-Five.” Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, John’s Grill, San Francisco, California.  See Item D-XI/7/1975, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 153-74.)

1081**D-IX/14/1990. “The Use of Great Books in Legal Education.” Chicago Association of Law Librarians, Hotel Intercontinental, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(6), above, pp. 590-99.)

1082 D-IX/16/1990. “Ethnicity and Patriotism.” Greek-American Community Services of  Chicago and the Illinois Endowment for the Humanities, Copernicus Center, Chicago, Illinois.

1083 ***D-IX/20/1990. “The Intentions of the Federal Convention of 1787.” Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina. The 1990-1991 Centennial Lecture Series was organized by John E. Trainer,  J. Larry Yoder, and Beverly Hefner of Lenoir-Rhyne College.  These lectures were published in Items C-1992(2) and B-6 (1995), above. above.  (The initial lecture was incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 1-10 (1995).See Item D-IX/12/1985, above)  See Item D-IX/12/1985, ABOVE.

1084 ***D-IX/27/1990. “The Purposes and Effects of the Bill of Rights of 1791.” Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 33-46, 399-402 (1995).)

1085 ***D-X/4/1990. “Military Candor and the First Amendment.”  (With Jamie Kalven.)  Bicentennial College Community Forum.  Sponsored by Oakton Community College and the Skokie Public Library, Skokie, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 589-604, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 4-i.)

1086 **D-X/5/1990. “Death and Art in Cervantes’s Don Quixote.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 437-52.)

1087 ***D-X/11/1990. “Amendment I.” Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 47-58, 402-08 (1995).)

1088 ***D-X/20/1990. “Predecessors to the American Bill of Rights of 1791.” Chicago Metro History Fair, The Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 22-32, 395-97 (1995).)

1089 **D-X/23/1990. “‘Is it a god or some human being?’ (Plato, Laws 624A): Further Thoughts on the Separation of Church and State.” Faculty Speakers Series, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 119-32.)

1090 ***D-X/25/1990. “Amendments II, III, and IV.” Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 59-76, 408-11 (1995).)

1091 **D-X/27/1990. “Sketches of Virginia Woolf.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 416-25.)

1092 **D-XI/4/1990. “Mrs. Woolf’s Sixty-three Shillings.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 487-503.)

1093 ***D-XI/8/1990. “Amendments V, VI, VII, and VIII.” Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Caroline. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 77-91, 411-13 (1995).)

1094 ***D-XI/29(A)/1990. “The Bill of Rights and the Constitutional Convention of 1787.” Political Science Department, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 11-21, 389-95 (1995).)

1095 **D-XI/29/(B)/1990. “Legal Reasoning and Moral Standards: On Aristotle’s Rhetoric.” The School of Law, Wake Forest University, Winton-Salem, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), pp. 685-99.)

1096 ***D-XI/29(C)/1990. “Amendments IX, X, XI, and XII.” Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 92-106, 413-416 (1995).)

D-1991

1097 ***D-I/31/1991.  “Amendments XIII, XIV, and XV.”  Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 168-85, 437-39 (1995).)

1098 ***D-II/1/1991.  “Amendments XVI, XVII, and XIX.”  Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 186-94, 439-40 (1995).)

1099 ***D-II/9/1991.  “The Poetry of Abraham Lincoln.”  The Friends of Literature, Wedgwood Room, Marshall Fields, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 135-47, 297-300 (1999).)

1100 **D-II/25/1991.  “Shakespeare’s King John and the Problems of Knowing.”  The Bard’s Circle, Shakespeare Repertory Theater, Ruth Page Theater, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 118-33.)

1101 ***D-II/28/1991.  “Amendments XVIII and XXI.”  Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 195-206, 441-43 (1995).)

1102 ***D-III/1/1991.  “Amendments XX, XXII, XXIII, and XXV.”  Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 207-16, 443-46 (1995).)

1103 ***D-III/26/1991.  “Queries about the Oresteia and the Pursuit of Justice.”  Political Science Department, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 816-21, 1042-43, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above,  pp 61-66, 69-70 (2004).)

1104 ***D-III/27/1991.  “Hate Speech on Campus.”  The School of Law, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.  See Item C-1991(5), above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992, above, pp. 540-55, in Item B-8, above, pp. 3-19 (1997), and in Item B-11, above, pp. 3-19 (1999).)

1105 **D-III/30/1991.  “Serial Killings, the Mass Media, and Public Policies.”  Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 475-80.)

1106 ***D-IV/5/1991.  “Natural Right and the Nuremberg Trial.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(4), above, pp. 977-94, 1081-97, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 297-312, 339-60 (2004).)

1107 ***D-IV/11/1991.  “Amendments XXIII, XXIV, XXVI, and XXVII.”  Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 217-27, 446-47 (1995).)

1108 ***D-IV/12/1991.  “The Constitution in the Twenty-first Century.”  Centennial Lecture Series, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 228-38, 449-54 (1995).)

1109 **D-IV/19/1991.  “John Stuart Mill on Liberty.”  (With Jamie Kalven.)  Convention, Alexander Meiklejohn Education Foundation, Madison, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 509-17.)

1110 **D-IV/21/1991.  “Montesquieu, Liberty, and the American Constitution.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), pp. 490-508.)

1111 ***D-IV/26/1991.  “Overwhelming Power and a Sense of Proportion: From the Melian Dialogue to Desert Storm, By Way of Vietnam.”  Hillel Foundation Jewish Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-IV/29/1966, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 604-30, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 4-ii.)

1112 D-V/3(A)/1991.  “June Fulkerson (1926-1990).”  Dedication, Lecture, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.  See Item D-V/27/1978, above.  See, also, Item B-10, above, p. 294, n. 222

1113 ***D-V/3(B)/1991.  Southern Illinois’s Abraham Lincoln.”  Greek-American Community Services of Chicago and the Illinois Endowment for the Humanities. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 123-34, 294-96 (1999).)

1114 **D-V/16/1991.  “The Use and Abuse of War: On the Persian War and the Peloponnesian War.”  Lenoir-Rhyne HickoryHumanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  Dedicated to the memory of Milton S. Mayer (1908-1986).  See Item D-XII/31/1993, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 566-79.)

1115 *D-V/24/1991.  “The United States Supreme Court Is Indeed a Court.”  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(3), above.)

1116 **D-VI/7/1991.  “Russian Prospects and the United States.”  Graduate Students Foreign Policy Study Group, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-II/22/1990, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 630-44.)

1117 D-VI/27/1991.  “A Survey of the Constitution of 1787.”  Summer Institute on the Constitutional Convention (for Secondary School Teachers), Matteson, Illinois.

1118 **D-VIII/31/1991.  “National Courts and the Bill of Rights.”  (A comment on a paper by Gary B. Glenn.)  Georgetown Institute for the Study of Politics Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 828-27.)

1119 D-X/4(A)/1991. “Liese Borchardt Ricketts (1920-1991).”  Dedication, First Friday Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. See Item D-IX/23/1984, above, Items E-III/19/1973 and E-V/7/1977, below.

1120 ***D-X/4(B)/1991. “How Thomas Jefferson Read Plato.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-6, above, pp. 107-24, 416-29 (1995).)

1121 **D-X/27/1991. “Generosity and the Basic Program” (with a special tribute to Allan Bloom). A celebration of the 45th Anniversary of the Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Items D-I/18(A)/1974 and D-II/15/1974, above. See, also, Items C-1988(1) and C-1989(2), above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 163-67.)

1122 **D-X/30(A)/1991. “On the Testing of Clarence Thomas – and of us all: Lessons from the Iago of Othello and from the Angelo of Measure for Measure.” Political Science Department and the Pre-Law Society, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 138-48.)  See Item D-VIII/31/1996, below.

1123 ***D-X/30(B)/1991. “Hate Speech, Civility, and Education: The Presuppositions, and Limitations of Freedom of Speech.”  (With Stanley Fish.)  Galliland Symposium, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee. See Item C-1991(5), above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 555-62, in Item B-8, above, pp. 21-29 (1997), and in Item B-11, above, pp. 21-29 (1999).)

1124 ***D-X/31/1991. “Self-Hate is the Hate Speech Most to be Concerned about in Our Circumstances: Reflections upon a ‘Hate Speech’ Encounter with Stanley Fish.” Galliland Symposium, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee. See Items C-1991(5) and D-III/27/1991, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992, above, pp. 562-66, in Item B-8, above, pp. 31-35 (1997), and in Item B-11, pp. 31-35 (1999).)

1125 **D-XI/3/1991. “Realism and Shakespeare’s History Plays.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin. See Item VI/6(A)/1986, above. See, also, Item XII/5/1985, above, and Item B-4, above,  pp. 74-88 (1983).  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 133-43.)

1126 **D-XI/9/1991. “Prophecy, Its Origins, Nature, and Consequences in the Iliad and elsewhere.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 521-30.)

1127 D-XI/14/1991. Celebration of the Bicentennial of the Bill of Rights. Illinois Division, American

Civil Liberties Union, Harold Washington Memorial Library, Chicago, Illinois. The invitation to the author to speak on this occasion was withdrawn when it was recalled that he has taken issue with some American Civil Liberties Union positions over the years. Compare Item D-XII/15/1975, above. See Item C-1986(3), above.

1128 D-XI/17/1991. “The Immediate Sources of the American Bill of Rights.” Friends of the Nichols Library, Nichols Library, Naperville, Illinois.

1129 ***D-XII/7/1991. “The Follies of Treachery and Revenge: From Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki.” (Other speakers on this War and Ethics program were Patricia H. Werhane, William T. Braithwaite, and Sam C. Sarkesian.) The Center for Ethics Across the University, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 645-66, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 5.)

D-1992

1130 **D-II/28/1992. “An Introduction to an Introduction: On Justinian’s Institutes.” Faculty Workshop, Loyola University of New Orleans School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana. (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 98-113.)

1131 **D-III/22/1992. “On Shakespeare’s Macbeth: The Baleful Influences of Tyranny.” St. John’s College Alumni Association, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 143-52.)

1132 D-III/25/1992. “Sports, Death, and Taxes.”  (With Anne-Marie Rhodes,) Women’s Law Society, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1133 **D-IV/1/1992. “In the Service of the Best Legal Education in the United States.” Prelude, Law School Great Books Program Lecture, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(2), above, pp. 724-26.) See Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 136-38.

1134 **D-IV/12/1992 (Palm Sunday). “An Introduction to Biblical Thought.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Dedicated to the Memory of Margareta Syripoulou Anastaplo (1897-1985).  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 530-48.)  See Items C-1999(14), and D-II/21/1964, above.

1135 **D-IV/23/1992.  “The Mass Media and the Character of Americans.” Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 481-91.)

1136 **D-IV/24/1992.  “The Legislation of Morality and the Law of Abortion.” Law and Morality Panel, A Conference on the Roles of Church and State in Forming the Character of Americans. (With Hadley Arkes, Glen Thurow, and Christopher Wolfe.) The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 476-84.)

1137 **D-IV/27/1992.  “Machiavelli’s Mandragola: The Prince of Love.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 636-47.)

1138 ***D-IV/28/1992.  “Somerset v. Stewart (1772): On Taking the Low Road to High Places.” Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 1-9, 263-67 (1999).)  See Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 715-24.

1139 ***D-V/1/1992.  “Campus Hate-Speech and a Sense of Decorum: On Distinguishing Between the Controversial and the Offensive.”  (With Diane Geraghty and Judith Krug.) Phi Beta Kappa Forum,  The School of Law, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-8, above, pp. 37-45 (1997), and in Item B-11, above, pp. 37-45 (1999). )  See Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 707-15.

1140 D-V/2/1992.  “American Constitutional Documents: The Story of the People as Founders.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1141 **D-V/14/1992.  “Earthly Happiness and the Yearning for Personal Immortality.” Lenoir-Rhyne College HickoryHumanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(12), pp. 738-51.)  See Item C-2000(2), above.

1142 **D-VI/15/1992.  “A Month with the Pope.” Rome Summer Program, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, Rome, Italy. (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), pp. 121-37.)

1143 D-VIII/14/1992.  “George Anastaplo and The American Moralist: A Conversation with Andrew Patner.” WBEZ, National Public Radio Station, Chicago, Illinois.

1144 D-VIII/18/1992.  “They That Have Pow’r To Hurt.” Review of Catherine M. Zuckert, Natural Right and the American Imagination: Political Philosophy in Novel Form (Savage, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 1990). This book review was prepared for the Review of Politics, which found that it could not use it. See Item C-1993(6), above.

1145 **D-IX/4/1992.  “Machiavellianism and Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta.” The Jewish Question in Shakespeare and His Predecessors Panel (with Grant Mindle, Barbara Tovey, and Martin Yaffe), Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 357-70.)

1146 **D-IX/17/1992.  Book Review: Ralph Lerner, The Thinking Revolutionary: Principles and Politics in the New Republic (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987). This book review was originally commissioned by Interpretation, which found that it could not use it. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 704-22.)  See Item D-III/9/1990, above.

1147 **D-X/2/1992.  “The Lessons of Christopher Columbus.” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 618-36.)

1148 D-X/22/1992.  “’Is the Feet In?’ Lessons in Politics and Piety for Conservatives.” Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.

1149 **D-X/23/1992. “’Upon What Meat Does This Our Caesar Feed …?’ American Constitutionalism and the Ross Perot Intervention.” Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 491-99.)

1150 **D-X/24/1992.  “Prophecy and Statesmanship.” Conference on the Evangelization of the American Southwest, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), pp. 113-21.)

1151 **D-XI/1/1992.  “The Pains and Pleasures of James Joyce’s Dubliners.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Lodge, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 504-13.)

1152 **D-XI/4/1992.  “Natural Right and the American Jurist: A Truly Conservative Approach to the Supreme Court.” Federalist Society of Law and Public Policy Studies Panel (with Lawrence C. Marshall, Geoffrey P. Miller, Joseph A. Morris, and William Bradford Reynolds), Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), pp. 147-51.)

1153 D-XI/7/1992. “On Taking Homer and His Achaeans Seriously.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

D-1993

1154 ***D-II/8/1993.  “Where Does One Start?  On the United States, the Balkans, and Islam.”  Prepared for service as the moderator for “A Day for Bosnia,” The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-8, above, pp. 59-72 (1997), and in Item B-11, above, pp. 81-95 (1999).)

1155 **D-III/24(A)/1993.  “Lessons from Oklahoma.”  The School of Law, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 21-24.)

1156 **D-III/24(B)/1993.  “The Future of Liberal Democracy.”  The School of Law, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Panel chaired by Andrew C. Spiropoulos.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), pp. 25-33.)

1157 **D-III/25(A)/1993.“A Return to New York Times v. Sullivan.”  In Edward J. Eberle’s constitutional law class.  The School of Law, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 33-43.)

1158 **D-III/25(B)/1993.  “Lessons from Plutarch: What the Framers of the United States Constitution Took for Granted in the Training of the American People.”  The Wayne Quinlan Lecture, The School of Law, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Chaired by Robert H. Henry, Dean of the School of Law.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 44-69.  See, also, ibid., pp. 1-15.)

1159 **D-III/25(C)/1993.  “Principle and Accommodation in Politics: Lessons from Edmund Burke.”  Faculty Workshop, chaired by Robert L. Stone.  The School of Law, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 69-85.)

1160 **D-III/26(A)/1993.  “The Future of Legal Ethics.”  Faculty Workshop, chaired by Daniel J. Morissey.  The College of Law, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.  (Incorporated in Item 1995(4), above, pp. 86-97.)

1161 **D-III/26(B)/1993.  “Lessons from the Story of Noah, Ham, and Canaan: What the Framers of the United States Constitution Took for Granted in the Training of the American People.”  The College of Law, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.  (Incorporated in Item 1995(4), above, pp. 97-112.  Commentary by Donald J. Maletz, ibid., pp. 115-19.)

1162 **D-IV/10/1993.  “Some Presuppositions of the Judiciary Act of 1789.”  Law Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 511-19.)

1163 **D-IV/18(A)/1993.  “For Allan Bloom (1930-1992).”  Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in C-1998(11), pp. 169-70.)  See Item C-1988(1), above.

1164 D-IV/18(B)/1993 (Eastern Orthodox Easter).  “Some Implications of Modern Physics and Astronomy.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.

1165 ***D-IV/25/1993.  “On Plato’s Homer.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 1-12 (1997).)

1166 **D-IV/29/1993.  “T. S. Eliot’s Thomas Becket.”  Barat College, Lake Forest, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1993(2), above, pp. 138-49.)

1167 **D-V/3/1993.  “On Liberty and Morality.”  Law and Religion Week Program, Jewish Law Students Association and Christian Law Students Association, The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 292-96.)

1168 D-V/6/1993. “On Human Nature: What Could It Have Been?” Lenior-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildaces Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.

1169 ***D-VIII/10/1993.  “The Appearances of Nature in Aristophanes’ Clouds.”  Great Books Program Staff Meeting, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 199-210 (1997).  An inappropriate type-face for the letter epsilon is used several times in ibid., pp. 209-10.)

1170 ***D-VIII/28/1993.  “On the Historic Significance of Abraham Lincoln’s ‘House Divided’ Speech: For Harry V. Jaffa, Seventy-five and Still Counting.”  Lincoln-Douglas Debates Symposium, The Courthouse, Illinois Appellate Court, Ottawa, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 149-56, 301-02 (1999).)

1171 *D-IX/3/1993.  “An Odyssey Around the Parliament of the World’s Religions.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1994(9), above, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 345-74 (2002).)

1172 ***D-X/1/1993.  “Can Beauty ‘Hallow Even the Bloodiest Tomahawk’?  On ‘The Killers,’ ‘A Good Man Is Hard to Find,’ and ‘The Silence of the Lambs.’” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1993(5), above, pp. 2-18.)

1173 *D-XI/4(A)/1993.  “Artists ‘Fed on Raw Meat’– and the Proper Support of the Arts in the United States.”  Grantmakers in the Arts Conference, La Jolla, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-1994(6), above, pp. 66-78.)

1174 *D-X/4(B)/1993.  “Confessions of a Philistine.” Grantmakers in the Arts Conference, La Jolla, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 771-80.)

1175 **D-XI/7/1993.  “Who Is Job’s Job?”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 681-91.)

1176 *D-XI/16/1993. “Robert’s Rules of Order and the Conduct of Deliberative Assemblies in the United States.”  Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1996(6), above.)

1177 **D-XII/31/1993.  Introduction prepared for Milton S. Mayer, Robert Maynard Hutchins:  A Memoir (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993).  (The Mayer manuscript was abridged for publication by John H. Hicks.  See Item C-1968(1), above, Item D-V/30/1968, below.)  This introduction was originally commissioned by the University of California Press, which found, after accepting it for publication, that it could not use it.  Interesting questions are raised about the good faith of certain editors and publishers in the United States. See, also, Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 2033-40, Item D-VI/16/1991, below.  See, as well, Item D-Fall/1951, above, Item D-XII/31/1994, below.  Compare Item B-5, above, p. xx.  Compare, also, Item E-II/4/1999, below.  (Incorporated in Items C-1998(17) and C-2001(4), pp. 212-15, above.)

D-1994

1178 **D-I/29/1994.  “Animal Sacrifices and the Sacrifice of Morality.”  MENSA of Illinois Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 484-93.)

1179 **D-II/9/1994.  “Conservatives, Legal Realism, and the Constitution.”  The Federalist Society of Law and Public Policy Studies, The School of Law, Loyola University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 132-45.)

1180 D-II/26/1994.  “J. William Hayton (1926-1994).”  Memorial Service, First Presbyterian Church, Evanston, Illinois.  See Item D-III/17/1962, above.  See, also, John A. Murley, Robert L. Stone, and William T. Braithwaite, eds., Law and Philosophy: The Practice of Theory (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1992), p. iv.

1181 *D-III/13/1994.  “Trial by Jury as an American Palladium.”  Clarence Darrow Memorial Meeting, Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(6), above, pp. 470-71, n. 33.)

1182 ***D-IV/17/1994. “An Introduction to African Thought.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(5), above, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 31-65 (2002).)

1183 **D-IV/24/1994.  “Shakespeare’s As You Like It –and the Counterfeiting of Love.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 152-63.)

1184 **D-V/26/1994.  “Intellectuals and Morality.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 179-87.)

1185 **D-VI/4/1994.  “On the Idea of Justice in Ancient Athens.”  Humanities West Conference, San Francisco, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), pp. 599-604.)  See Item C-1996(1), above.)

1186 **D-VI/6/1994.  “The Proper Overcoming of Self-Assertiveness:  A D-Day Remembrance.”  Rome Summer Program, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, Rome, Italy. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 499-511.)

1187 **D-VI/22/1994.  “Magna Carta and American Constitutionalism: Recognitions.”  Nottingham-Trent Law Students Program, Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, Rome, Italy.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 647-63.)

1188 **D-VI/29/1994.  “The Instructive Obviousness of the Constitution of 1787.”  Nottingham-Trent Law Students Program, Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, Rome, Italy.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 98-114.)

1189 *D-VI/30/1994.  “On Crime, Criminal Lawyers, and O. .J. Simpson: Plato’s Gorgias Revisited.”  Rome Summer Program, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, Rome, Italy.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(6), above.)  See Item D-IX/21/1995, below.

1190 D-VII/9/1994.  “Individualism and the ‘Values’ of Freedom: Milton Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom Revisited.”  Loyola University of Chicago, Rome Center, Rome, Italy

1191 **D-VIII/11/1994.  “Socrates on the Things Far Worse Than Death: The Second Speech in Plato’s Apology.”  Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 604-18.)

1192 **D-VIII/12/1994.  “On Richard Epstein’s Constitution.”  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 41-42, n. 58, and in Item C-1995(6), above, pp. 461-62, n. 17.)

1193 **D-IX/3/1994.  “Allan Bloom and Emma Bovary.”  Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, New York, New York.  (This panel included Charles Kesler, Clifford Orwin, Diane Schall, and Peter W. Schramm.)  See Item C-1988(1), above. (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 391-403.)

1194 ***D-IX/16/1994.  “Did Anyone ‘In Charge’ Know What He Was Doing?  Thoughts on the Thirty Years’ War of the Twentieth Century.”  Joint Meeting of the Great War Society and the Western Front Association, Lisle, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(6), above,  and in Item B-11, above, pp. 49-70 (1999).)

1195 D-X/7(A)/1994.  “Michael O’Kiersey (1908-1994).”  Prelude, First Friday Lecture, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.

1196 **D-X/7(B)/1994. “The Poetry of Robert Burns.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 331-49.)

1197 ***D-X/7(C)/1994.  “The Fate of the Jews in Greece and Italy During the Second World War.”  Conference on the Holocaust in Southern Europe, National Italian-American Foundation, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-8, above, pp. 49-58 (1997), and in Item B-11, above, pp. 71-80 (1999).)  See Item. C-1995(1), above, and Item C-1997(8), above, pp. 481-88.

1198 D-XI/6/1994.  “The Reality of Appearances in Mozart’s The Magic Flute: A Return to the Garden of Eden?”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.

1199 **D-XII/16/1994.  Suggestion to the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the Unabomber.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 491-93, n. 365.)

1200 *D-XII/31/1994.  “The Loyal Opposition in a Modern Democracy.”  Commissioned by Kenneth L. Adelman for the Institute for Contemporary Studies and the Freedom Papers Series of the United States Information Agency.  (Unfortunately, Mr. Adelman, despite –or is it because of ?–his considerable public service, can be rather cavalier, if not even cynical, about what respect for contracts calls for.  See Item D-XII/31/1993, above.) To be published in the  Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, vol. 35 (2004).

D-1995

1201 **D-II/7/1995.  “The Story of Cain and Abel.”  The Malcolm Pitman Sharp Memorial Lecture, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 548-64.)  See Item D-X/5/1980, above.

1202 **D-II/8/1995.  “Someone Else Is Responsible, Not Us, For the Gunning Down of America.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 128-34.)

1203 **D-III/12/1995.  “’Who Is To Say–?’  Reflections on a Production of The Merchant of Venice.”  Lake Shore Unitarian Society, Winnetka, Illinois.  See Item E-X/22/1994, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 163-177.)

1204 **D-III/26/1995.  “A Return to Paradise Lost.”  Sunday Platform Meeting, The Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago, Evanston, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 320-31.)

1205 **D-III/28/1995.  “On Physician-Assisted Suicide.”  Special Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois.Organized by Richard A. Shapiro (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 493-508.)

1206 **D-IV/3/1995.  “John Van Doren, Editor, Poet, and Patron of the Arts.”  Introduction, Law and Literature Lecture Series, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), pp. 396-99.)

1207***D-IV/15/1995.  “Scientific Integrity, UFOs, and the Spirit of the Law.”  Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 187-98, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 6.)  See Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 157-58, and Item E-V/8/1997, below.

1208 **D-IV/23/1995.  “Leo Tolstoy, the Napoleon of the Novel.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 416-32.)

1209 ***D-IV/25/1995. “The Needs of a Free People: Reflections on the Oklahoma City Bombing.” First Amendment Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, pp. 198-206, in Item B-8, above pp. 73-84 (1997), and in Item B-11, above, pp. 97-108 (1999).)

1210 D-IV/30(A)/1995. “Edwin A. Rothschild (1910-1995).” Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Edwin Rothschild was born in the year that Samuel Clemens died.)

1211 **D-IV/30(B)/1995. “Mark Twain (1835-1910) on Law and Politics.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 684-704.)

1212 D-V/6/1995. “The Cave in Plato’s Republic: Bleak House?” Paideia Instructors Training Program, Chicago, Illinois.

1213 D-V/12/1995. “Rose E. Blondin (1911-1995).” Memorial Service, Woodlawn Cemetery, Forest Park, Illinois.

1214 ***D-V/18/1995. “On the Self: ‘Body and Soul’ Revisited.” Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item B-8, above, pp. 87-102 (1997), in Item B-11, above, pp. 111-25 (1999), and in Item B-12, above, pp. 303-12 (2002).)  See Item D-XI/7/1975, above.

1215 **D-VI/5/1995. “Better and Worse Responses to the Oklahoma City Bombing.” Statement solicited by Senator Diane Feinstein, Washington, D.C. (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), pp. 206-18.)

1216 D-VII/9/1995. “For Myrtle Todes, On Her Ninetieth Birthday.” East Bank Club, Chicago, Illinois.

1217 *D-VIII/31/1995. “On the Honor of Honoring the Truly Worthy: In Praise of Professor Chandrasekhar and Others.” “The Scholarship of George Anastaplo” Panel, Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois. See Items C-1997(5) and C-1998(10), above. (Incorporated in Items C-1996(2) and C-1997(1), above.)

1218 **D-IX/1/1995. “King David, Favorite of God?” First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 641-53.)

1219 **D-IX/15(A)/1995. “Major Challenges for the Legal Profession in the United States.” Pre-Law Students, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 390-96.) See Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 298-303.

1220 ***D-IX/15(B)/1995. “Are the Moral Virtues Grounded in Nature? Plato’s Thrasymachus and Glaucon Revisited.” Center for Christianity and the Common Good, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item B-8, above, pp. 103-21 (1997), in Item B-11, above, pp. 127-45 (1999), and in Item B-12, above, pp. 312-23 (2002).) See Item C-1997(11), above, pp. 23-36.

1221 **D-IX/17/1995. “On the Sacred and the Profane: The Flag Desecration Amendment.” Constitution Day Banquet, Politics Department, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. (Incorporated in Item C-1995(7), above, and in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 828-38.)  See Item E-IX/11/1995, below.

1222 **D-X/18/1995. A Response to C. Steven Tomashefsky, President, Chicago Council of Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 125-27.)

1223 **D-XI/1/1995. “Sensitive Subjects.” Memorandum to the Dean, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 111-12.)

1224 **D-XI/5/1995. “Impulses of Delight: On Death Early and Late in the Poetry of W.B. Yeats.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 473-89.)

1225 **D-XI/7(A)/1995.  “On Desire: Thoughts at Seventy.”  Alumni Class, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1885(4), above, pp. 174-79.)

1226 D-XI/7(B)/1995. “Francis Bacon’s Novum Organum, First Book: Preliminary Observations.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago.

1227 **D-XI/7(C)/1995. “The Use and Abuse of ‘Perceptions’.” Memorandum to the Faculty, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago. (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 112-15.)

1228 **D-XI/11/1995. “Moses and the Golden Calf.” Roundtable on Political Philosophy (with Jules Gleicher and others), Annual Meeting, Illinois Political Science Association, Rockford College, Rockford, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 604-13.)

1229 ***D-XI/21/1995. “The O .J. Simpson Case Revisited.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1997(8), above, pp. 643-80, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 381-402 (2004).)  See Item D-VI/30/1994, above.

1230 **D-XII/9(A)/1995.  “On Chance and Our Access to the Good.”  Staff Seminar, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 781-83.)

1231 ***D-XII/9(B)/1995.  “The Idea of the Good in Plato’s Republic.”  Staff Seminar, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 303-17 (1997).)

D-1996

1232 **D-I/25/1996.   “Race Relations and the Constitution.”  Talk to Law Students, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 115-21.)

1233 **D-II/6/1996.   “Student Services and Disservice.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 121-24.)

1234 **D-II/8/1996.   “Setting the Record Straight.”  Talk to Law Students, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 124-34.)

1235 **D-III/6/1996.   “Curriculum Reform Revisited.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 134-38.)

1236 **D-III/21/1996.   “Moral Standards and the Constitution.”  Talk to Law Students, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 138-51.)

1237 **D-III/25/1996.   “‘Private’ Gambling and Public Morality.”  Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(7), above, pp. 126-36.)  See Item C-1996(3), above.

1238 **D-III/28/1996.  “Old-Fashioned Morality and the Teaching of Law.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp.151-58.)

1239 **D-IV/1/1996.   “A Temporary Farewell to ‘Racism’.”  Memorandum to the Dean, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(9), above, pp. 158-60.)

1240 D-IV/12/1996.  “Chaucer and His Monk.”  Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio.

1241 *D-IV/13/1996.   “Don Quixote and the Constitution.” Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(9), above.)

1242 *D-IV/21(A)/1996.   “Maurice F. X. Donohue (1911-1995).”  Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(3), above.)

1243 ***D-IV/21(B)/1996.   “Euripides’ Rhesus.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 145-56 (1997).)

1244 D-IV/28(A)/1996.   “Daniel Leifer (1936-1996).”  Dedication, Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.

1245 **D-IV/28(B)/1996.   “Joseph, Lord of Dreams.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 580-91.)

1246 **D-V/8/1996.   “Technology and Community:   Lessons From and For the Unabomber.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 481-98.)  See Item D-XII/16/1994, above.

1247 D-V/11/1996.   “Sylvia Belgrade (1915-1996).”  Memorial Service, Fine Arts Building, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-V/4/1981, above.

1248 ***D-V/16/1996.   “The Noble and the Just.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 182-91 (1997).)

1249 **D-V/22/1996.  “Violence and the Declaration of Independence.”  National Convention on American Pluralism and Identity, Making Civic Connections Program, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), pp. 663-70.)  See Items D-V/29/1996 and D-VI/5/1996, below.

1250 **D-V/29/1996.  “Equality and the Declaration of Independence.”  National Convention on American Pluralism and Identity, Making Civic Connections Program, Harold Washington Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 670-77.)  See Item D-V/22/1996, above, Item D-VI/5/1996, below.

1251 **D-VI/5/1996.  “The Declaration of Independence and Its Constitutions.”  National Convention on American Pluralism and Identity, Making Civic Connections Program, Harold Washington Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 678-84.)  See Items D-V/22/1996 and D-V/29/1996, above.

1252 D-VIII/31(A)/1996.  “Aurel Kolnai and Richard Rorty.”  The Unraveling of Reason in Contemporary Affairs Panel (with Ralph Hancock, Peter Lawler, Daniel Mahoney, and Charles R. Kesler), Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California.

1253 **D-VIII/31(B)/1996.  “The Jurisprudence of Justice Thomas.”  Clarence Thomas Panel (with Edward J. Erler, Ken Masugi, Ralph A. Rossum, and Jeffrey Rosen), Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 151-56.)  See Item D-X/30(A)/1991, above.

1254 **D-IX/10/1996.  “Professional Ethics and the Bible.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item 1999(16), above, pp. 415-20.)  See Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 308-12.

1255 **D-IX/11/1996.  “Magna Carta and Self-Help.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 286-91.)

1256 D-IX/22/1996.  “Earl M. Tinsley (1937-1996).”  Memorial Service, Swift Hall, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1257 **D-IX/24/1996.  “Self-Help in a Telephone Booth.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in C-1996(5), above, pp. 316-19.)  See The Guardian, London, May 19, 1999, p. 6.

1258 **D-IX/30/1996.  “Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Classics.”  Alumni Program, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1996(5), above, pp. 313-16.)

1259 **D-X/4/1996.  “Moses in Egypt.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 591-603.)

1260 ***D-X/26(A)/1996.  “Sophocles, The Ode to Man.”  Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, The Quadrangle Club, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 192-99 (1997).)

1261 **D-X/26(B)/1996.  “A Tribute to David Grene.”  Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, The Quadrangle Club, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 170-71.) See Item D-IV/13/2003,  below.

1262 ***D-XI/2/1996.  “Aristophanes’ Speech in Plato’s Symposium.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item B-7, above, pp. 171-82 (1997).)

D-1997

1263 **D-I/19/1997.  “Shakespeare’s Alexander the Great: On ‘Figures in All Things.’”  KRIKOS-Midwest, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 178-202, and in Item C-2002(7), above.)

1264 *D-II/12/1997.  “The Future of Race Relations in the United States.”  Lincoln’s Birthday Remembrance, Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(8), above, pp. 498-503.)

1265 **D-II/21/1997.  “Ancients and Moderns: On Constantine Cavafy’s Thermopylae.”  Hellenic Cultural Organization, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 763-74.)  See Item C-1999(3), above, pp. 7-8.

1266 D-III/8/1997.  “What (Good) Is Liberal Education?”  Symposium on Lifelong Liberal Education, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1267 **D-III/16/1997.  “Thomas Hobbes and Madness.”  Staff Seminar, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 389-93.)

1268 **D-III/29/1997.  “Solomon, Son of David.”  Law and American Culture Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 653-65.)

1269 *D-IV/7/1997.  “On Justice Scalia’s Constitutionalism.”  Conference with Antonin Scalia, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(5), above.)  See Item C-1997(2), above.

1270 D-IV/10/1997.  “Speaking Freely About Freedom of Speech.”  A Colloquy with Thomas G. West, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.

1271 *D-IV/11/1997.  “Willmoore Kendall, Rhetorician of Virtue.”  Symposium on the Political Thought of Willmoore Kendall, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-2002(1), above, pp. 158-64.)

1272 **D-IV/13/1997.  “Shakespeare’s Falstaff: A Socratic Survey.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 202-219 and in Item C-2002(10), above.)

1273 D-IV/16/1997.  “It’s a Big Country, and Yet…”  Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1274 ***D-IV/22/1997.  “Abraham Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address and the Judiciary.”  Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 177-83, 204-06 (1999).)

1275**D-IV/26/1997.  “What Did Hamlet’s Father Really Want?  On the Use and Abuse of Memory.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item  2001(3), above, pp. 220-34.)

1276 **D-IV/30/1997.  “Rescue and Revenge in Peru.”  Conclusion, Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 134-38.)

1277 **D-V/15/1997.  “Marcus Aurelius and the Limits of Stoicism.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory  Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(10), above, pp. 394-406.)

1278 **D-V/30/1997.  “On the Use and Abuse of the ‘Homeless’.”  Proposal to the Editors, Streetwise, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1997(4), above, pp. 676-77, n. 159.)  See Item D-XII/31/2001, below.

1279 ***D-VI/17/1997.  “Lessons on Hate Speech from Abraham Lincoln: The Second Inaugural Address.”  The Cliff Dwellers, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 243-49, 350-53 1999).)

1280 D-VII/10/1997.  “The Police and the First Amendment.”  The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1281 *D-VIII/28/1997.  “In re Antonin Scalia.”  Roundtable on Antonin Scalia (with Ralph A. Rossum and others), Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(5), above, pp. 22-26.)

1282 **D-X/28/1997.  “The Use and Abuse of Third-Rate Books.”  An Introduction to The Thinker as Artist, Item B-7 (1997), above.  Seminary Cooperative Book Store, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 774-81.)

*1283 **D-XI/1/1997.  “Sherlock Holmes: Somewhere Between Mycroft and Moriarty.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Conference Center, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 464-83.)

1284 D-XI/8/1997.  “Euripides’ Bacchae and the Decline of the Classical World.”  Staff Seminar, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1285 **D-XI/13/1997.  “‘McCarthyism’ and the Silence of the Others.”  A Colloquy with Frank Wilkinson (arranged by John K. Wilson), Social Sciences 122, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, pp. 105-19.)  See Item C-1997(9), above.

1286 ***D-XII/5/1997.  “Abraham Lincoln’s Fourth of July Message to Congress.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-10, above, pp. 185-96, 306-11 (1999).)

1287 **D-XII/31/1997.  “‘Racism’ and Its Aftermath.”  Memorandum to a faculty colleague, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, p. 114, n. 41. The concluding words in line 14 of the published memorandum should be, “have been sent”.)

D-1998

1288 D-I/23/1998.  Television interview with Mike Flannery, on William J. Clinton’s problems, Channel 2, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item C-1998(11), above, p. 109, n. 21.  See, also, Items C-1998(6) and C-1998(7), above, and Item E-IX/10/1998, below.

1289 ***D-I/25/1998.  “Beginnings: On Hesiod’s Theogony.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(13), above, pp. 141-49, in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 789-99, and in Item B-12, above, pp. 261-70 (2002).)

1290 **D-II/5/1998.  “Shakespeare’s Bible.”  Women’s Society of the Hyde Park Union Church, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 828-40.)

1291 *D-II/27/1998.  “Crisis and Continuity in the Clinton Presidency.”  The Politics Club, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(7), above.)  See Item E-VIII/17/1998, below.

1292 **D-II/28/1998.  “Reason and Revelation: On Odysseus and Polyphemos.”  The Institute of Philosophic Studies, The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 764-71.)  See Item C-2000(6), above.

1293 **D-III/21/1998.  “Aristotle on How the Soul Possesses Truth (Nicomachean Ethics, VI, 3).”  Staff Seminar, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item 1999(16), above, pp. 424-31.)

1294 **D-IV/1/1998.  “Projected ‘Mission Statement’ for the Basic Program.”  Memorandum, Basic Program Staff, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, p. 163, n. 77.  The concluding paragraph should read, “In short, our principal concern these days should be with self-knowledge and preservation, not with ‘improvement’ and expansion.  The dubious temptations of ‘success’ should be recognized.”)

1295 **D-IV/7/1998.  “A Return to Barron v. Baltimore.”  Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 519-26.)

1296 *D-IV/9/1998.  “The Natural Right Component of American Law: Swift v. Tyson Revisited.”  Law Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, Orlando, Florida.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(7), above.)

1297 **D-IV/24(A)/1998.  “On the Status of the Political Order.”  Annual Convention, Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois (commenting on papers by Michael S. Kochin and Joseph Macfarland).  (Incorporated in Item 1998(12), above, pp. 771-74.)  See Item D-IV/24/(B)/1998, below.

1298 **D-IV/24(B)/1998.  “On Being and One’s Own: The Art of Henry Darger.”  Annual Convention, Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.  Addendum to Item D-IV/24(A)/1998, above.  See Item C-1992(7), above, Items D-I/1/2001 and D-I/2/2001, below.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 775-78.)

1299 **D-V/14/1998.  “On Identity.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item 1999(16), above, pp. 452-62.)

1300 **D-IX/4/1998.  “Political Will, the Common Good, and the Constitution.”  The Center for the Study of the Constitution Panel, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Boston, Massachusetts. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 527-31.)

1301 D-IX/15/1998. “On Preparing for the End.” Interview by Roberta Q. Evans, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1302 **D-X/25/1998.  “The Future of Odysseus.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item 2000(12), above, pp. 566-79.)

D-1999

1303 D-I/24/1999.  “Francis Bacon and Others on Marriage.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item C-1994(8), above.  (Celebration of Marriage of Sara J. Prince and George Anastaplo, January 28, 1949.)

1304 **D-II/4/1999.  “Countdown to the Millennium: A Look at The Revelation of St. John the Divine.”  Women’s Society of the Hyde Park Union Church, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-X/4/1987, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 841-57.)

1305 **D-III/5/1999.  “Plutarch, Heroes and the Divine.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(4), above, pp. 724- 34.)  See Item C-2000(5), above.

1306 **D-III/14/1999.  “Thomas Aquinas and the Law of Laws.”  Staff Seminar, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 431-37.)

1307 D-IV/1/1999.  “The Sacrifices We Must All Make.”  Memorandum to the Dean, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See, also, Items D-IV/15(A)/1999, D-IV/17(A)/1999, D-IV/22/1999, D-IV/28/1999, and D-IX/1/1999, below.

1308 D-IV/15(A)/1999.  “The Secretarial Service Mystery.”  Memorandum to the Dean and others, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1309 **D-IV/15/(B)/1999.  “Character, Fitness, and the Illinois Bar Revisited.”  Honors Program, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 355-74.)

1310 D-IV/17(A)/1999.  “The Further Deepening of a Mystery.”  Memorandum to the Dean, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1311 **D-IV/17(B)/1999.  “Be Not Afeared, the Isle is Full of Noises.”  Convention, National Association of Scholars, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 375-82.)

1312 **D-IV/21/1999.  “On Taking the Constitution Seriously.”  Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(10), above, pp. 211-17.)

1313 D-IV/22/1999.  “’Only the Dean Can Speak for the Dean’.”  Memorandum to the Dean and others, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1314 D-IV/24/1999.  “The Ambiguities of Jean-Jacques Roussseau’s Second Discourse.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1315 **D-IV/28/1999.  “On the Truly Cooperative.”  Memorandum Prepared for the Dean, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(5), above, pp. 118-21.)  See, on faculty salaries, Item E-I/22/1971, below.

1316 **D-IV/30(A)/1999.  “A Return to the Air Force, By Way of Littleton, Colorado.”  United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 514-22.)

1317 **D-IV/30(B)/1999.  “American Constitutional Law and the Attempted Rescue of Kosovo.”  Faculty Workshop, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 523-37.)

1318 **D-V/6/1999.  “Martin Luther King and the Letter from Birmingham Jail.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated, with Item D-IV/7/1968, above, in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 498-514.)

1319 **D-V/8/1999.  “The Obligations of Victims: On the Melian Dialogue.”  Seminar, Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 420-23.)

1320 D-VI/4(A)/1999.  “For Erica Aronson (1922-1999).”  Dedication, First Friday Lecture, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-XII/6/1961, above.

1321 **D-VI/4(B)/1999.  “‘The Law’s Delay’ Across the Centuries.”  First Friday Lecture, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, pp. 462-74.)  See Item D-V/4(A)/1999, above.

1322 D-VIII/5/1999.  On Moral Character and Admission to the Bar.  Talk Show, Radio Station KTXR, St. Louis, Missouri.  See Item D-IV/15(B)/1999, above.

1323 **D-IX/1/1999.  “The Law School Self-Study Studied.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See, also, Items C-1997(9), C-1998(11), C-1998(15), C-1998(16), D-IV/1/1999, D-IV/15(A)/1999, D-IV/17(A)/1999, D-IV/22/1999, D-IV/28/1999, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1991(5), above, pp. 110-16.)

1324 **D-X/8/1999.  “Challenges and Opportunities.”  Memorandum to the American Bar Association Site Evaluation Team for the Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 116-31.)

1325 **D-X/23/1999.  “Abraham Lincoln’s Cooper Institute Address.”  Illinois Political Science Association, Annual Convention, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 104-16.)

1326 **D-X/26/1999.  “On Obsession: Racism, Egalitarianism, and Illinois Law Schools.”  Panel Discussion on Illinois Bar Admissions, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (The other panelists were Alan Raphael, Molly McDonough, Harvey Grossman, and Harlan Loeb.)  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 215-19.)

1327 **D-X/31/1999.  “Molly Bloom, Her Will and Testament (June 17, 1904).”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Lodge, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 514-30.)

1328 D-XI/6/1999.  “Thucydides on Stasis and the Language of Cities.”  Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1329 **D-XI/22/1999.  “Mr. Hayek and the Public Interest.”  Constitutional History Course, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(4), above, pp. 201-05.)

1330 **D-XI/23/1999.  “No Such Luck: The Future of the Internet.”  Jurisprudence Course, Loyola University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 219-25.)

1331 D-XII/4/1999.  “Antony and Cleopatra, The Battle of Actium and the Nature of Things.”  Basic Program Theater Symposium, Shakespeare Repertory Theater, Chicago, Illinois.  Dedicated to the Memory of Jason Aronson (November 12, 1929-December 4, 1961).  See Item D-XII/6/1961.

D-2000

1332 **D-I/3/2000.  “John Milton and the Satanic Rationale.”  Seminar, Alumni Course, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 261-74.)

1333 **D-I/17(A)/2000.  “‘Power,’ ‘Responsibility,’ and the American Bar.”  Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Program, Valparaiso School of Law, Valparaiso, Indiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 191-96.).

1334 **D-I/17(B)/2000.  “Abraham Lincoln and the ‘Created Equal’ Language in the Declaration of Independence.”  Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Program, Valparaiso School of Law, Valparaiso, Indiana.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 41-66.)

1335 D-I/19/2000. “On Magna Carta.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

1336 **D-II/4/2000.  “Lessing, Shakespeare, and the Jews.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(12), above, pp. 288-310.)

1337 D-II/7/2000. “ On Marbury v. Madison.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item C- 2003(6), above.

1338 **D-II/10/2000.  “Slavery and the Right of Revolution.”  Response to a Book Review, Washington Times (January 10, 2000).  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(5), pp. 146-50,  and in Item C-2001(5), pp. 302-03.)

1339 **D-II/20/2000.  “Abraham Lincoln’s Autobiography (1860).”  An Introduction to Abraham Lincoln (Item B-10 (1999), above.) Seminary Cooperative Bookstore, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 116-37.)

1340 **D-III/10/2000.  “Songs of the Civil War.”  Caxton Club, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 172-91.)

1341 **D-III/19(A)/2000.  “Edward Hirsch Levi (1911-2000).”  Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item C-1983(6), above.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 304-07.)

1342 **D-III/19(B)/2000.  “Ambition and Power in Shakespeare: On Sonnet 94.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(3), above, pp. 235-58.)

1343 D-III/23/2000. On the Holocaust in Europe. Beginning of a series of a dozen taped interviews of Simcha Brudno. Regenstein Library, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1344 **D-IV/7/2000.  “How Did the Grand Inquisitor Read the Bible?”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 725-34.)

1345 **D-IV/18/2000.  “Abraham Lincoln and a Trial for ‘Murder.'”  Faculty Workshop, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 81-92.)

1346 D-IV/22/2000.  “Justice Clarence Thomas and the ‘Original Understanding’ of the Constitution.”  Law Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.

1347 D-IV/24(A)/2000.  “Thomas Jefferson and Slavery, Past and Future.”  Constitutional Law course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1348 D-IV/24(B)/2000.  “General Aviation, Geography, and American Constitutionalism.”  Constitutional Law class, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Chicago Tribune Magazine, November 26, 2000, pp. 14, 16.

1349 **D-IV/27/2000.  “Abraham Lincoln and the Pursuit of Happiness.”  Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 92-103.)

1350 *D-IV/29/2000.  “Emily Dickinson and the Demise of Death.”  Seminar, Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.  (Incorporated in Item C-2002(2), above, pp. 22-29.)

1351 **D-IV/30/2000.  “Chance, Conscience,  and Prudence in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Lodge, East Troy, Wisconsin.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 714-25.)

1352 *D-VI/5/2000.  “The Person in Abortion Cases and in a Slavery System.”  Alumni Seminar, The Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(1), above, pp. 178-82.)

1353 *D-VI/21/2000.  “Conventions, Reason, and Authority.”  Memorial Service for Elmer Gertz (1906-2000), The Caxton Club, Chicago, Illinois.  (The other speakers were Harry Mark Petrakis and Paul Simon.)  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(1), above, pp. 182-88.)

1354 **D-VII/3/2000.  “The Declaration of Independence Revisited.”  Alumni Reunion, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Lorelei Hanson Residence, Geneva, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 66-86.)

1355 D-VII/4/2000. On the Declaration of Independence. (With Thomas Engeman and Sheldon Cohen.) Milt Rosenberg Program, WGN Radio, Chicago, Illinois.

1356 D-VII/29/2000. On the Nihilism Threat Today. Beginning of a series of a half-dozen taped interviews of Glenn N. Schram. Regenstein Library, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1357 **D-VIII/28/2000.  “Promotion of Faculty Scholarship.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 121-22.)

1358 **D-IX/2/2000.  “The Bank Bill Controversy of 1791: A Precursor to the Secessionist Crisis of the 1860’s.”  Abraham Lincoln Panel, Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.  (The other panelists were Bradley Watson, Thomas Krannawitter, Dan Mahoney, Allen C. Guelzo, and Harry V. Jaffa.)  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp..151-71.)

1359 **D-IX/16/2000.  “Religion and the Law: On Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address.”  Fall Roundtable Meeting, Seventh Circuit, American Bar Association–Law Student Division, John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(9), above, pp. 137-50.)

1360 **D-XI/5/2000.  “Tocqueville on the Roads to Equality: Is It the Same No Matter How You Get There?”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Lodge, East Troy, Wisconsin. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 532-45.)

1361 D-XI/7/2000.  “Celebrating Age Seventy-Five with a Most Instructive Class.”  Alumni Seminar, Basic Program, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

*1362 **D-XI/10/2000.  “On Being an Opportunist: Thoughts at Seventy-Five.”  Basic Program Celebration, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 551-60.)  See Item C-2003(5), above.

1363 **D-XI/19/2000.  “A Note of Gratitude.”  On the Establishment of the Annual George Anastaplo Works of the Mind Lecture at the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(4), above,  pp. 313-15.)

1364 *D-XI/21/2000.  “Presidential Politics, Prudence, and the Constitution.”  Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2002(4), above, pp. 182-90.)

1365 **D-XII/4/2000.  “A Clarification Clarified.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 122-29.)

1366 **D-XII/18/2000.  “A Clarification Corrected and Expanded.”  Memorandum to the Faculty, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2002(5), above, pp. 127-31.)

D-2001

1367 *D-I/27/2001.  “The Electoral College Revisited.”  MENSA of Illinois Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2002(4), above, pp. 190-203.)

1368 D-II/1/2001.  “Superstition and Abraham Lincoln.”  Women’s Society, Hyde Park Union Church, Chicago, Illinois.

1369 *D-II/2(A)/2001.  “Marshall Patner (1931-2000).”  Dedication, First Friday Lecture, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item C-2001(1), above.)

1370 **D-II/2(B)/2001.  “Thoughts on Friedrich Nietzsche.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 425-34.)

1371 ***D-II/14/2001.  “Chance and the Good Life:  An Autobiographical Sketch.”  Lilly Faculty Research Working Group, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 433-56 (2004).)

1372 **D-II/23/2001.  “On the Use and Abuse of the Federalist.”  Professor Thomas Engeman’s Class, Political Science Department, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 839-42.)

1373 **D-III/2/2001.  “How to Read a Platonic Dialogue.”  First Friday Lecture Series, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 758-71, and in Item 2003(2), above.)

1374 *D-III/18(A)/2001.  “Sister Candida Lund, O.P. (1920-2000).”  Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2002(6), above.)  See Item B-15 (Projected), above, p. 429 (2004).

1375 **D-III/18(B)/2001.  “A Tomb of One’s Own:  The Feminist Movement from Antigone to Virginia Woolf.”  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 734-48.)

1376 D-III/31/2001.  “Dreaming and Morality: From Plato to Freud and Back.”  Staff Seminar, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1377 *D-IV/5/2001.  “A Sad Case:  The United States Supreme Court and the 2000 Presidential Election.”  The School of Law, The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota. (Incorporated in Item C-2002(4), above, pp. 203-08.)

1378 ***D-IV/6(A)/2001. “On Representing Oneself.” The School of Law, The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota. (Incorporated in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 423-31(2004).)

1379 **D-IV/6(B)/2001.  “Deuteronomy 4:5-6 and Its Implications for Natural Justice.”  South Dakota Law Review Banquet Honoring Roger L. Wollman, Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeal, Eighth Circuit, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(5), above, pp. 751-57.)

1380 D-IV/13/2001. “Abraham Lincoln at Independence Hall.” Law and Society Panels, Annual Convention, American Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1381 **D-IV/22/2001.  “On Geoffrey Chaucer’s Retractation.”  Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 286-98.)

1382 **D-IV/23/2001. “Statesmanship and Constitutional Law: On the Dragons Among Us.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 546-51.).

1383 ***D-V/1/2001. “My How Times Have Changed.” Response to an Award from the West Suburban  Bar Association, Riverside, Illinois. Presented by Marijane F. Placek and Francis D. Wolfe, Jr. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Appendix 7.)

1384 ***D-V/4/2001. “Xenophon, the Trial of Socrates, and the Proper Response to the Prospect of Death.” Hellenic Group, International Women Associates,  Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001 (7), above, and in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 140-53, (2004).)

1385 **D-V/17/2001. “C. P. Cavafy and the  Perpetual Clashes of Cultures.” Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 194-206, and in Item C-2002(9), above.)

1386 D-V/19/2001. “Gulliver’s Travels and the Problem of Socrates: Can One Ever Go Home Again?” Seminar, Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.

1387 D-VI/21/2001. On George Anastaplo’s Career. Beginning of a series of taped interviews conducted by Mark Curriden (with a view to a book by him). Chicago, Illinois.

1388 ***D-VII/4/2001. “On Reading, Once Again, the Declaration of Independence.” Fourth of July Celebration, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-12, above, pp. 371-72 (2002), and Item C-2003(2), pp. 820-21.)

1389 D-VIII/10/2001. “Abraham Lincoln’s Four Annual Messages to Congress.”  Morton Foundation Seminar on Lincoln, Regenstein Library, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1390 D-VIII/11/2001. “Abraham Lincoln and Constitutional Amendments.”  Morton Foundation Seminar on Abraham Lincoln, Regenstein Library, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1391 **D-VIII/27/2001. “A Return to Thomas More’s Petition to the King: Upon Inaugurating a Course in Constitutional Law.” The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 312-18.)

1392 D-VIII/29(A)/2001. “Abraham Lincoln as a Lawyer.” Edward J. McFetridge American Inn of Court, Lincoln Program  Pupilage Group, San Francisco, California.

1393 D-VIII/29(B)/2001. “A Tribute to Chief Justice Earl Warren.” .” Edward J. McFetridge American Inn of Court,  San Francisco, California.

1394 **D-IX/2/2001. “Mortality and Politics: On Jane Austen, Saul Bellow, Gustave Courbet, and Flannery O’Connor.”  Panel, Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship, Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California. (Incorporated in Item C-2001(6), above, pp. 509-15.)

1395 ***D-IX/12(A)/2001. A September 11th Memorandum for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part A-1.)

1396 ***D-IX/12B/2001. “A Second Pearl Harbor? Let’s Be Serious.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-1.)

1397 ***D-IX/13/2001. A September 11th Memorandum for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14  (Projected), above, Part A-2.)

1398 ***D-IX/17/2001. A September 11th Memorandum for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14  (Projected), above, Part A-3.)

1399 ***D-X/10/2001. “One Month Later: September 11 Further Considered.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-2.)

1400 D-X/28/2001. “Jasons I Have Known: On William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury.” Basic Program Weekend Conference  The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin.

1401 **D-XI/10/2001. “On Amending the Constitution: Merits, Temptations, and Perils.” Part of an article prepared for the journal, Law and Contemporary Problems, which discovered it could not publish it without substantial changes. (Incorporated in C-2003(2), above, pp. 812-24.)

1402 ***D-XI/11/2001. “Islam in America.” Commissioned, but not used, by the Claremont Review, Claremont, California. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-3.)

1403 D-XI/18/2001. “Zeus and the Theban Tragedies.” Basic Program Staff Seminar, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1404 **D-XII/7(A)/2001. “Richard James Stevens (1915-2001).” Dedication, First Friday Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, p. 553, n. 383.)

1405 ***D-XII/7(B)/2001. “King Lear and the Use and Abuse of Disguises.” First Friday Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-4.)

1406 D-XII/29/2001. “The House of Lords Revisited.” London Advocacy Program, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Queen’s Room, Middle Temple, London, England.

1407 D-XII/31/2001. “Is There a Right to Live as a Beggar? Reflections by Moonlight.” London, England.  See Item D-V/30/1997, above.

D-2002

1408 D-I/20(A)/2002. “Seth G. Benardete (1930-2001).” Prelude, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago,  Chicago, Illinois.

1409 ***D-I/20(B)/2002. “The Song of Roland and the Islamic Challenge to Christendom.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-5.)

1410 D-I/31/2002. “A Survey of Constitutional Documents.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1411 D-II/4(A)/2002. “John J. Nee (1923-2002).” Alumni Class, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

1412 D-II/4(B)/2002. “St. Paul on the Road to Damascus.” Alumni Course, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

1413 ***D-II/8/2002. “Then and Now: Prelude to a Conversation at Hillel House.” Hillel House, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-6.)

1414 *D0II/16/2002. “Bush v. Gore and a Proper Separation of Powers.”  Bush v. Gore Conference, Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2002(5), above.) See Item C-2002(4), above.

1415 D-III/1/2002. “ ‘Is This So’? Stephen Protomartyrus and the Bibles We Have Known.” First Friday Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois.

1416 ***D-III/12/2002. “Six Months Later: September 11 and a Sense of Proportion.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-7.)

1417***D-III/18/2002. “The Gospel According to St. Paul.” Alumni Course, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-15 (Projected), pp. 199-204, n.101(2004).)

1418 D-III/23/2002. “On the Unnatural Patience of Chaucer’s Griselda.” MENSA of Illinois Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

1419 **D-III/26/2002. “On the Career of Hans-Georg Gadamer: A Provisional Assessment.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago,  Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above,  pp. 783-801.)

1420 **D-III/26/2002 (Appendix).  “A Socratic Cross-Examination: B.F. Skinner, With the Help of George Anastaplo, on the Limitations of Behaviorism (1969).” See Item D-IX/17/1969, above. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 796-98.) See Item B-2, pp. 282-83 (1975).

1421 **D-IV/4/2002. “A Primer on Constitutional Adjudication.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(1), above, pp. 468-75.)

1422 D-IV/23/2002. “On Learning From and With Others.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1423 ***IV/25/2002.  “A Primer on Constitutionalism.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-8.)

1424 ***D-IV/26/2002. “’And This Also Has Been One of the Dark Places of the Earth.’” Basic Program Weekend Conference on Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, The University of Chicago, Alpine Valley Resort, East Troy, Wisconsin. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-9.)

1425 D-V/16/2002. “The Season for Inventorying: On Ecclesiastes 3:1-8.” Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.

1426 D-V/18/2002. “Bishop Tikhon and the Soul of Stravrogin: A Cautious Way In as the Safest ‘Way Out.’” Seminar, Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.

*1427 *D-V/23/2002. “On the Sometimes Salutary Illusions of Judicial Review.”  A Round Table on American Constituttional Law (with David Gruning, James Etienne Viator, and Luc B. Tremblay.) Faculté de Droit, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(6), above.)

1428 D-V/25/2002. “How to Begin to Think About Non-Western Texts.” The Thomas More Institute for Research in Adult Liberal Studies, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1429 D-V/31/2002. “On Liberal Education at the University of Chicago.” “The Knowledge Most Worth Having” Panel. With Wayne Booth, James Redfield,  and Herman Sinaiko.The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1430 ***D-VI/1/2002. “The Stories of Caliban.” Theatre Symposium on The Tempest, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-10,)

1431 **D-VI/6/2002. “Philosophy and the Prospects at Death.” An Introduction to But Not Philosophy , Item B-12, (2002), above. Seminary Cooperative Book Store, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 806-11.)

1432 D-VI/15/2002. “Gus Matzorkis (1929-2001) and the Immortality of the Soul.” Seminar, Cobb Hall, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1433 **D-VIII/29/2002. “The Accidental Leo Strauss.” “New Studies on Leo Strauss” Panel, Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy (with William Kristol, Steven Lenzner, and others), Annual Convention, American Political Science Association, Boston, Massachusetts. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 780-82.)

1434 D-IX/14/2002. “Jane Austen, a Cat Among the Mice.” Jane Austen Society of North America, Illinois/Indiana Region, Evanston Public Library, Evanston, Illinois.

1435 D-IX/15/2002. “St. John Chrysostom and the Greeks.” St. John Chrysostom Episcopal Church, Chicago, Illinois.

1436 D-IX/22/2002. “St. John Chrysostom and the Jews.” St. John Chrysostom Episcopal Church, Chicago, Illinois.

1437 D-IX/23/2002.  “Cavafy’s Waiting for the Barbarians—An Exercise.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1438 ***D-X/10/2002. “September 11: A Year and a Month Later.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-11.)

1439 D-X/17(A)/2002. “Abraham Lincoln’s Shakespeare.” Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

1440 D-X/17(B)/2002. “Shakespeare’s Queen Elizabeth: The Rhetorical Foundations of Politics.” Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, New York.

1441 D-X/18/2002. “On Justice Curtiss and The Dred Scott Case.” Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.

1442 **D-X/22/2002. “Orestes, His Companion Pylades, and the Nature of Justice.” Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 765-72.)

1443 **D-X/28/2002. “Twenty-four Hours: Civilization and Its Discontented.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law,  Loyola, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 802-05.)

1444 D-XI/3/2002. “Walt Whitman on Abraham Lincoln, the Union, and Slavery.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Illinois Beach Resort, Zion, Illinois.

1445 D-XI/13/2002. A Memorandum on the Presuppositions about Private Property Implicit in “Landmark” Designation Discourse. The Cultural Policy Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1446 D-XI/16/2002. “Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse: A Cautionary Tale for Academics.” Staff Seminar, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1447 **D-XI/21/2002. “Property and the Constitution.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 757-64.)

1448 **D-XI/26/2002. “How to Begin to Think About the Good.” Jurisprudence Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 773-79.)

D-2003

1449 D-I/13/2003. “Monford Harris (1920-2003).”  Alumni Course, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1450 D-I/26(A)/2003. “Ellen M. Flaum (1940-2002).” Dedication, Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1451 D-I/26(B)/2003.  “Machiavelli in English.” Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1452 ***D-II/5/2003. “Why Did you Do It? On Naivite and Realism.” Older Students Seminar, The University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 457-67 (2004).)

1453 D-II/6/2003. “Aaron Burr, An Ill-fated Genius.” Hyde Park Women’s Society. Hyde Park Union Church, Chicago, Illinois

1454 D-II/12(A)/2003. “Franklyn Alexander (1919-2002).” Dedication, Law School Republicans Club, The Law School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

1455***D-II/12(B)/2003. “Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Party Today.” Republican Students Club, The Law School, The University of Chicago. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-12.)

1456 D-II/16/2003. “Aristotle on How Friends Come Together.” Staff Meeting, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1457 D-II/22/2003. “Thoughts on Washington and Caesar.” Conference on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1458 ***D-III/7(A)/2003. “Irving Dilliard (1904-2002).” Dedication, First Friday Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item B-15 (Projected), above, pp. 430-31 (2004).)

1459 D-III/7(B)/2003. “Euclid and the Instructive Challenges of Anomalies.” First Friday Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, The Cultural Center, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois..

1460 **D-III/12/2003. “Revelation, Reason, and the Good.” A course on Leo Strauss’s Philosophy and Law conducted by Joel Kraemer and Paul Mendes-Flor, Divinity School, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 843-51.)

1461 D-IV/4/2003. “Aristotle on the Family, Virtue and the Polis: A Study in Reciprocity.” Panel, Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.

1462 D-IV/8/2003. “As Massachusetts Goes . . .: On Ratifying the Constitution of 1787.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1463 D-IV/9/2003. “Ripeness is All? On Shakespeare, Aristotle, and Seneca.” Basic Program Course, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1464 D-IV/13/2003.  “David Grene (1913-2002).” Inauguration of the David Grene Lecture in the  Works of the Mind Lecture Series, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-X/26(B)1996, above.

1465 D-IV/29/2003. “And Then There Were (Almost) None: On Ratifying the Constitution of 1787 in New York.” Constitutional Law Course, The School of Law, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois.

1466 D-V/4(A)/2003. “The Remarkable Practicality of the Emancipation Proclamation.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Illinois Beach Resort, Zion, Illinois.

1467 D-V/4(B)/2003. “The ‘Shakespearean’ John Wilkes Booth’s Abraham Lincoln.” Basic Program Weekend Conference, The University of Chicago, Illinois Beach Resort, Zion, Illinois.

1468 D-V/22/2003. “Abraham Lincoln and the Family.” Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.

1469 D-V/24/2003.  “On Euripides’ Iphigenia in Aulis.” Seminar, Lenoir-Rhyne College HickoryHumanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina.

1470 D-V/25/2003. “On Underestimating the Intelligence and the Subtlety of the Better Authors.” Concluding Statement, Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory Humanities Forum, Wildacres Conference Center, Little Switzerland, North Carolina

1471 D-VI/16/2003. “Our Year with Euclid: A Recapitulation.” Alumni Course, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1472 D-VI/22/2003. “On Knowing Oneself: Projections and Introspection.” John Anastaplo Scharbach High School Commencement, Chicago, Illinois.

1473 D-IX/18/2003. “Two Years Later: Lessons for Lawyers and other Citizens.” “September 11” (with Michael J. Howlett, Jr., Charles W. Murdock, Alan Raphael, and Allen E. Shoenberger).  Panel. The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in B-14 (Projected), above, Part B-13.)

1474 *D-IX/18/2003. “Poetry and Geometry, Two Forms of Reasoning: On Basic Training for Lawyers.” Great Books Seminar, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.(to be published by the Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal).

1475 ***D-IX/25/2003. “A Statement for the Chicago City Council on the USA PATRIOT Act.” City Hall, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item-B14 (Projected), above.)

1476 D-X/14/2003. “From El Greco to Caillebotte, From the Old World to the New: A Columbus Day Celebration.” Jurisprudence Class, The School of Law, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois

1477 D-X/17/2003. On the Pledge of Allegiance controversy. WYCC, TV 20, Chicago, Illinois.

1478 D-X/21/2003. “President Lincoln and Chief Justice Chase Define ‘Reconstruction.’” Faculty Workshop, The School of Law, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1479 D-X/25/2003. “Charles Darwin on the Moral Depravity of the Parasitical Cuckoo.” Staff Seminar, The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Item XI/5/1978, above.

1480 D-XI/3/ 2003. “How to Begin to Think About Mortality, Pain, and Emergency Room Procedures.” (Upon completing one’s seventy-seventh year.) Alumni Course (on Homer), The Basic Program, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1481 D-XI/6/2003. “God in the Hands of Jonathan Edwards’s Angry Preacher.” Brent House, Episcopal (Anglican) Student Center, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

1482 D-XI/10/2003. “Does Anything Truly Happen to the Homeric Gods? On the Blessings, as well as the Pains, of Mortality.” Basic Program Alumni Course, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. See Item D-XII/29/1970, above.

1483 D-XI/16(A)/2003. “Calvin P. Sawyier (1921-2003). Dedication, Talk, Hyde Park Historical Society, Chicago, Illinois.

1484 D-XI/16(B)/2003. “If You’re As Good As You Look, Why Aren’t You a University of Chicago Professor? Hyde Park Historical Society, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-IV/23/1975, above. See, for the text of this 2003 talk, http://hydeparkhistory.org. See, also, http://www.cygneis.com/anastaplo. See as well, The Greek Star, Chicago, Illinois, June 24, 2004, pp.7-8

 

 

E. Selected Letters to Editors

Letters to editors are difficult to keep track of.  They are even more subject to editorial revision than what usually appears in the American press.  (See, e.g., Items D-V/30/1968 and D-VII/31/1993, above.)  In addition, such letters are often revised by an author as they are sent to a series of newspapers (where they may be published without the author’s knowledge).  The headings printed with letters (as with newspaper articles) are usually provided by editors.  Letters to editors provide a useful indication of what one may consider appropriate for public comment from time to time.

If circumstances permit, most of the Anastaplo Letters to Editors (since the 1940s) should be collected, with appropriate commentary, in a volume, In the Court of Public Opinion. An indication of how such letters can be used as Abackgroundfor ones career and arguments is provided by the fifty-two letters in Part C of Item B-14 (Projected), above, beginning with Item E-V/8/1997, below, and ending with Item E-VII/4/2003, below. The texts of the first and last such letters in the B-14 series are provided below, as is the text of the forty-ninth letter, Item C-VI/9/2003, below. Some of the letters in the B-14 series have been published in newspapers.

Triple asterisks identify items reprinted in one of the author’s books (see Part B, above).

 

 

E-1947

  1. 2001. E-V/9/1947.  On the desirability of a foreign language requirement.  The Egyptian, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois. (There were also several columns, AMostly Cabbages,in The Egyptian.)
  2. 2002. E-XII/9/1947.  On the juxtaposition of two statements by Mr. [Robert M.] Hutchins.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois.

 

E-1951

  1. 2003. E-IV/27/1951.  On supplying wheat for India.  Carterville Herald, Carterville, Illinois.

 

E-1953

  1. 2004. ***E-VI/30/1953.  On the precipitous executions of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.  (Incorporated in Item B-1, above, p. 633 (1971).) See Item E-VI/20/2003, below.

 

E-1956

  1. 2005. E-XII/26/1956.  On a contribution to Red Cross Hungarian relief.  Marion Republican-Leader,    Marion, Illinois.

 

 

E-1960

2006.***E-VIII/14/1960. On being expelled from the Soviet Union. The Observer, London, England. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, p., 842. Incorporated in Item B-1, above, p. 565 (1971).)


  1. 2007. ***E-VIII/28/1960. On what passes for due process among the Russians. Carterville Herald, Carterville, Illinois. (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 389-41. Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 226-27 (1975).)

 

E-1961

  1. 2008. ***E-IV/9/1961. On discouraging a Congressional investigation of the John Birch Society. Southern Illinoisan, Carbondale, Illinois, April 9, 1961; Chicago Pnyx, April 15, 1961; Carterville Herald, Carterville, Illinois, May 4, 1961. (Incorporated in Item B-1, above, p. 402 (1971).)
  2. 2009. E-XI/2/1961. On retiring from the practice of law. University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois.

 

 

E-1962

  1. 2010. ***E-I/18/1982.  On the justification for sensible racial quotas in University-owned rental property.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois. (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, pp. 775-76, and in Item B-1, above, pp. 310-11 (1971).)
  2. 2011. E-III/26/1962.  On continued resistance to improper bar admission inquiries.  Southern    Illinoisan, Carbondale, Illinois.

 

E-1963

  1. 2012. E-II/28/1963.  On the desirability of not prohibiting the leader of the American Nazi Party from  speaking on campus.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois.  See Item D-V/13/1963, above.  (Included in Item C-1964(1), above, pp. 751-52.  Incorporated in Item C-1990(5), above, pp. 1970-71.)
  2. 2013. E-VI/24/1966.  On the shortsightedness of faculty indignation during a student sit-in.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois.
  3. 2014. E-XI/2/1966.  On retaining Paul H. Douglas as United States Senator.  Chicago Sun-Times.  See Item B-2, above, pp. 263-64 (1975).

E-1966

 

E-1967

  1. 2015. ***E-X/4/1967.  On the need to defend Roy Cohns property rights.  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, October 4, 1967, p. 4 (see Hyde Park Herald, October 18, 1967, p. 4); The Progressive, November 1967, p. 43. (Incorporated in Item B-1, above, p. 311 (1971).)

 

E-1968

  1. 2016. E-IV/24/1968.  On Panmunjon as a possible Vietnamese peace-talks site.  Chicago Sun-Times, April 24, 1968, p. 41; Chicago Daily News, April 25, 1968, p. 10.
  2. 2017. ***E-VIII/29/1968.  On responding prudently to the Russian move in Czechoslovakia.  Chicago Daily News, August 29, 1968, p. 14; Chicagos American, September 7, 1968; Christian Science Monitor, September 9, 1968.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 227-28 (1975).)

 

E-1969


  1. 2018. ***E-XII/3/1969.  On the proposal to put an airport in Lake Michigan.  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, December 3, 1969, p. 6; Chicago Tribune, December 5, 1969, sec. 1, p. 24; Chicago Daily News, December 5, 1969, p. 14; Chicago Sun-Times, December 16, 1969, p. 35.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, pp. 267-68 (1975).)

 

E-1970

  1. 2019. E-IV/24/1970.  On current concerns about pollution.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois (corrections: May 1, 1970, p. 6).
  2. 2020. E-IX/30/1970.  On the folly of American aid to the Greek Colonels.  International Herald-Tribune, Paris, France, September 30, 1970; Chicago Daily News, October 6, 1970, p. 6; The Guardian, London, England, October 7, 1970; Manchester Guardian Weekly, October 17, 1970, p. 2.

 

E-1971

  1. 2021. ***E-I/22/1971. A Modest Proposal. On the desirability of relieving the Universitys financial crisis by cutting faculty salaries.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, p. 259 (1975).)  See Item D-IV/28/1999, above.
  2. 2022. E-VII/16/1971.  On the risks for the United States in collaborating with the Greek Colonels.  Chicago Tribune, August 16, 1971, p. 16 (see Chicago Tribune, August 26, 1971, p. 20); Chicago Sun-Times, August 15, 1971, sec. 2, p. 12; Chicago Daily News, August 18, 1971, p. 14.
  3. 2023. ***E-VIII/28/1971.  On the irresponsibility of the United States in collaborating with the Greek Colonels.  Chicago Sun-Times, August 28, 1971, p. 18; Chicago Today, August 31, 1971, p. 17.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, p. 229 (1975).)
  4. 2024. ***E-IX/26/1971.  On the death of George Seferis.  Chicago Sun-Times, September 26, 1971, sec. 2, p. 16 (abridged); St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 3, 1971; Washington Post, October 5, 1971, p. A19; International Herald-Tribune, October 5, 1971 (?); Hellenic Chronicle, Boston, Massachusetts, October 7, 1971.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, p. 233 (1975).)
  5. 2025. E-X/10/1971.  On the military dictatorship in Greece.  Cleveland Plain-Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio.
  6. 2026. E-X/19/1971. A Protest from GreeceBy Proxy. On the lack of public political discourse in Greece.  Chicago Daily News, October 19, 1971, p. 12.

 

E-1972

  1. 2027. E-II/4/1972.  On the Pentagon Papers.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois, p. 5 (abridged).

 

E-1973

  1. 2028. E-II/16/1973. “Epistle to the Barbarians, On proper behavior at concerts and elsewhere.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois.
  2. 2029. ***E-III/19/1973.  On behalf of a candidate for Township Supervisor (Liese Ricketts).  Crete Record, Crete, Illinois.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, p. 260 (1975).)  See Item D-IX/23/1984, above, Item E-V/7/1977, below. See, also, D-X/4(A)/1991, above.
  3. 2030. E-VII/26/1973.  On the Greek referendum of July 29, 1973.  Chicago Daily News, July 26, 1973, p. 10 (abridged); St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 29, 1973, p. 2D; Christian Science Monitor, August 2, 1973, p. 16; PAK Newsletter, Panhellenic Liberation Movement in North America, Toronto, Ontario, August 1973, p. 4 (abridged).
  4. 2031. E-XI/18/1973.  On Athens and Watergate.  St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 18, 1973, p. 2-C; Chicago Sun-Times, November 20, 1973, p. 35; Chicago Daily News, November 20, 1973, p. 8; University of Chicago Maroon, November 20, 1973, p. 2; Hellenic Chronicle, Boston, Massachusetts, December 13, 1973, p. 21.
  5. 2032. E-XI/27/1973.  On the risks of political paranoia.  University of Chicago Maroon, November 27, 1973, pp. 4-5; Chicago Sun-Times, November 28, 1973, p. 61; Washington Post, December 5, 1973, p. A31.
  6. 2033. ***E-XII/7/1973.  On the Karamanlis solution for Greece.  New York Times, December 7, 1973, p. 40; National Herald, New York, New York (in Greek), December 10, 1973, p. 1; Chicago Tribune, December 11, 1973, p. 4; Chicago Sun-Times, December 30, 1973, sec.  1-A, p. 12; Hellenic Chronicle, Boston, Massachusetts, January 3, 1974, p.4; Christian Science Monitor, January 21, 1974.  (Incorporated in Item B-2, above, p. 230 (1975).)


 

E-1975

  1. 2034. E-XI/21/1975. On Justice William O. Douglas and the Rosenberg Case.  Chicago Daily News, November 21, 1975, p. 14; Chicago Sun-Times, November 21, 1975, p. 77.

 

E-1976

  1. 2035. E-II/29/1976.  On being a trouble-seer, not a troublemaker.  Chicago Sun-Times, Book Week.

 

E-1977

  1. 2036. E-V/7/1977.  On President Jimmy Carters first one hundred days.  Chicago Tribune, sec. 1,  p. 10.  (Incorporated in Item C-1977(5), above, pp. 769-70.)  See Item E-III/19/1973, above.

 

E-1980

  1. 2037. E-V/14/1980. Just ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and be done with it. Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 1980, p. 4; Forest Leaves, River Forest, Illinois, May 14, 1980, p. 14; and other Illinois newspapers.  See Item B-3, above, pp. 478-79 (1983).

 

E-1981

  1. 2038. ***E-V/9/1981.  On the lamentable designated-hitter rule.  (Incorporated in Item B-3, above, p. 451 (1983).)

 

E-1983

  1. 2039. E-IV/22/1983.  On Harold Hayden and the Rockefellor Chapel stained-glass windows.  University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinios, p. 4.
  2. 2040. E-IX/12/1983. What a difference a dean can make. National Law Journal, September 12, 1983.  See Item C-1983(6), above.

 

 

E-1984

2041.***E-IV/28/1984.  On the desirability of continued use of Huckleberry Finn in the public schools.  Chicago Sun-Times.  (Incorporated in Item C-1989(4), above, p. 706, and in Item B-10, above, p. 281, n. 117 (1999).)


 

E-1990

  1. 2042. E-II/12/1990. On Providence and the rules of Presidential succession.  Chicago Sun-Times, February 12, 1990, p. 103; Chicago Tribune, February 16, 1990, p. 18.  See Item D-X/19/1988, above.

 

E-1992

  1. 2043. E-VII/30/1992.  “War’s Consequences Reach Across Decades.”  Southern Illinoisan, Carbondale, Illinois, July 30, 1992, p. 2B.  (Entered by Senator Paul Simon in the Congressional Record, vol. 138, p. S13434, September 14, 1992.)  (Incorporated in Item C-1992(2), above, pp. 648-49, n. 252.)
  2. 2044. E-IX/20/1992.  “Involve Congress in Vice-Presidential Choice.”  New York Times, September 20, 1992, sec. 4, p. 16.  See Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, September 2, 1992, p. 2.  (Incorporated in Item C-1996(6), above, p. 253. n. 9.)  See, also, Item E-VIII/8/2000, above.  Compare Item C-1999(8), above. See, as well, Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 814-15.
  3. 2045. E-IX/24/1992.  On better and worse reasons for avoiding military service.  Chicago Tribune, Perspective, September 24, 1992, p. 26.  See Tampa Times, September 19, 1992.  See, also, Item E-XI/1/2000, below.
  4. 2046. E-X/27/1992.  On the President’s word with respect to the Kurds.  Christian Science Monitor, p. 20 (abridged).  See Item E-XII/29/1998, below.
  5. 2047. E-XII/8/1992.  For the pardon of Casper Weinberger.  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, p. 2.

 

E-1994

  1. 2048. E-X/22/1994.  Reviewing a review of The Merchant of VeniceChicago Tribune, sec. 1, p. 26.  See Item D-III/12/1995, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1995(4), above, p. 64, n. 133.)
  2. 2049. E-XII/29/1994. On homosexuality in the modern world. See Item C-1994(8), above.

 

E-1995

  1. 2050. E-IV/22/1995.  “Constitution’s Integrity Threatened by Frenzy to Amend Nation’s Charter.”  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, April 22, 1995, p. 24.  See Ventura County Star, Ventura, California, February 22, 1995.  See, also, Item C-1999(8), above. See, as well, Item C-1995(2), above.
  2. 2051. E/IX/11/1995.  “Flag Desecration Amendment Could Make Matters Far Worse.”  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 24.  (Entered by Senator Paul Simon in the Congressional Record, vol. 141, p. S16676, November 3, 1995.)  See Item D-IX/17/1995, above.  Compare Item C-1999(8), above.

 

E-1997

  1. 2052. E-I/7/1997.  “Caution Must Be Used in Judging Politicians.”  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, p. 4.  See, also, ibid, p. 1.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(11), above, p. 108, n. 21.)
  2. 2053. E-V/4/1997.  “Pardon Everybody.”  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 28.
  3. 2054. ***E-V/8/1997. Heavens Gate Suicides Probably Include Murder Victims, Murderers.USA Today, p. 13A. See Item D-IV/15/1995, above. (Text: The orchestrated >suicides of thirty-nine Heavens Gate cult members in San Diego remind us of the deadly folly that can result from bizarre delusions which are not adequately challenged by the community at large. The form and consequences of such fatal nonsense vary according to time and other circumstances, depending in part upon the temperament and experiences of the more susceptible among us. The recklessness, if not the cynicism, of those who concoct, peddle, and promote dangerous delusions should be recognized. Also to be recognized, far more than it sometimes seems to be, is the duty that sensible people have to challenge and thereby to help discipline those who habitually talk nonsense or who are peculiarly responsive to the nonsense they hear. Those privileged to know something about what evidence means should not shrink from being publicly judgmental when the occasion demands, however careful they should be not to sound moralistic in their championing of a sound morality. The Heavens Gate debacle should be even more troubling than it naturally is when it is recognized that there were probably some murder victims (and hence at least a few murderers) among the thirty-nine suicides in San Diego.) (Incorporated in Item C-1997(8), above, pp. 487-88, n. 59, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-1.) See Introduction to Part E, Selected Letters to Editors, above.
  4. 2055. E-VI/25/1997.  “Secrets and Lies.” (on the conduct of officers in the military).  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 38.
  5. 2056. ***E-XI/19/1997. On the character and competence needed for an effective and safe use of liberty. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-2.)


 

E-1998

  1. 2057. E-II/24/1998.  On the proposed Presidential immunity from civil suits and indictments.  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, February 24, 1998, p. 2; Chicago Sun-Times, February 25, 1998, p. 40 (abridged); USA Today, March 6, 1998, p. 10A.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(6), above, p. 7.)
  2. 2058. E-VIII/17/1998.  “Clinton’s Crisis of Character: Our Very Talented President Seems Tragically Flawed.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.  See Item D-II/27/1998, above.
  3. 2059. ***E-IX/1/1998.  On aerial acrobatics over urban areas.  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 22. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-3.)
  4. 2060. ***E-IX/10/1998.  “It’s Time for Clinton to Resign, Law Professor Says.”  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, September 10, 1998, p. 2; New York Times, September 11, 1998, p. A26 (abridged); Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, September 11, 1998, p. A-4; Chicago Sun-Times, September 13, 1998, p. 38A. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-4.)
  5. 2061. E-IX/17/1998.  “We Can Salvage Wisdom from Scandal’s Wreckage.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.
  6. 2062. E-IX/23/1998.  On the Independent Counsel Act and related matters.  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 50.
  7. 2063. E-IX/23/1998.  “Revelations May Cause Politicians to Think Before Judging.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.
  8. 2064. E-X/3/1998.  “Character Matters in a Republic.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.
  9. 2065. E-X/20/1998.  Reflections on law-abidingness.  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 858-59.)
  10. 2066. E-XI/10/1998.  On liberty, character and competence.  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 858-59.)  See Item E-XI/14/1998, below.
  11. 2067. E-XI/11/1998.  On supermajorities and the Constitution.  Chicago Sun-Times, November 11, 1998, p. 18; Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, November 15, 1998, p. A-4. See Item C-2003(2), above, pp. 815-16.
  12. 2068. E-XI/14/1998.  “For Goodness’s Sake.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4. (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, p. 859, and in Item C-1999(4), above, p. 783, n. 404.)
  13. 2069. ***E-XI/27/1998.  “Iraq is a prison and we are merely bombing the inmates.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.  (Incorporated in Item C-1999(16), above, p. 478, n. 317, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-5.) See Item E-VII/4/2003, below.
  14. 2070. E-XII/1/1998.  On sportsmanship and professional sports. Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, December 1, 1998, p. A-4; Chicago Tribune, December 3, 1998, sec. 1, p. 28.  (Incorporated in Item C-1988(12), above, pp. 860-61.)
  15. 2071. E-XII/7/1998.  “Now That We Know, We Have to Decide.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.
  16. 2072. E-XII/9/1998.  “Concern for the Common Good.”  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, p. 5.
  17. 2073. E-XII/17/1998.  On a Presidential impeachment surviving the Congress which voted it.  Chicago Sun-Times, December 17, 1998; Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, December 23, 1998.
  18. 2074. E-XII/11/1998. “Angels We Have Heard on High.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 862-63.)  See Item C-2000(8), above.
  19. 2075. ***E-XII/29/1998.  On misleading the Kurds to their ruin.  Chicago Sun-Times, December 29, 1998, p. 22; Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, December 29, 1998, p. A-4.  See, also, Item E-X/27/1992, above. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-6.)


 

E-1999

  1. 2076. E-I/10/1999.  A tribute to the Editors of The Great Ideas Today (Mortimer J. Adler and John Van Doren).  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, January 10, 1999, p. A-4.  See Item C-1999(9), above.  Compare Item D-XII/31/1993, above.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 865-68.)
  2. 2077. ***E-I/15/1999.  On the Founding Fathers and Presidential impeachment.  Chicago Sun-Times, January 15, 1999, p. 38; Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, January 21, 1999, p. A-4.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 862-63, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-7.)
  3. 2078. E-I/19/1999.  “Chicago’s College Bows to Popular Culture.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, January 19, 1999, p. A-4; University of Chicago Maroon, February 5, 1999, p. 9.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 863-64.)
  4. 2079. E-I/29/1999.  On the Chandrasekhar Memorial Space Telescope.  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 30 (abridged).  (Incorporated in Item 1998(12), above, pp. 864-65.)  See Item C-1997(1), above.
  5. 2080. ***E-I/30/1999.  “Weakened Presidents’ Hold on Power [in Russia and in the United States] Proves Cold War is Over.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-8.)
  6. 2081. E-II/2/1999.  “America After Bill Clinton.”  Chicago Tribune, sec. 1, p. 10.
  7. 2082. E-II/15/1999.  “Senate was right to debate behind closed doors.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.
  8. 2083. E-III/3/1999.  Winter lights on the Quadrangles.  Hyde Park Herald, Chicago, Illinois, March 3, 1999, p. 5; University of Chicago Maroon, Chicago, Illinois, March 9, 1999, p. 11.  (Incorporated in Item C-1998(12), above, pp. 866-67.)
  9. 2084. E-III/20/1999.  “High turnover doesn’t insure a wise Congress.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4.
  10. 2085. E-IV/14/1999.  “House of Lords May Not Survive the Democratic Bias of Our Day.”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. A-4 (abridged).
  11. 2086. ***E-XII/1/1999.  “Shared Missile Defense Would Protect Everyone.”  New York Times, December 1, 1999, p. A30; Chicago Sun-Times, December 15, 1999, p. 58. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Latter C-9.)
  12. 2087. ***E-XII/17/1999.  On capital punishment and Presidential eligibility.  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. 8A. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-10.) See Items E-III/31/2002 and E-II/12/2003, below.


 

E-2000

  1. 2088. E-III/10/2000.  “How prudently has George W. Bush managed his campaign funds?”  Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, p. 8A.
  2. 2089. ***E-IV/29/2000. On the slaves prudent use of the right of revolution. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-11.)
  3. 2090. ***E-IV/1/2000.  On the “responsibility” of smokers and of tobacco companies.  (Incorporated in Item C-2000(1), above, p. 187, n. ix, in Item C-2002(4), above, pp. 213-14, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-12.)
  4. 2091. ***E-IV/5/2000. On the corrupting influence of the freedom of expression interpretation of the First Amendment. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-13.)
  5. 2092. E-VIII/8/2000. On choosing a Vice-President.  Chicago Tribune, sec. 1, p. 14.  See Item E-IX/20/1992, above.
  6. 2093. ***E-X/20/2000.  “We owe a lot to community” (a response to Dick Cheney).  Chicago Tribune, sec. 1, p. 24. (Incorporated in Item C-2002(4), above, pp. 210-11, above, and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-14.)
  7. 2094. ***E-XI/1/2000.  On military service and Presidential qualifications.  Chicago Sun-Times, p. 50.  See Item E-IX/24/1992, above, Incorporated in Item C-2002(4), above and in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-15.)
  8. 2095. ***E-XI/10/2000.  On drawing lots to decide the Presidential election toss-up.  Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, November 13, 2000, p. 2; Chicago Tribune, November 15, 2000, sec. 1, p. 20; Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, North Carolina, November 15, 2000, p. 10A; University of Chicago Maroon, November 17, 2000, p. 7; Chicago Sun-Times, November 20, 2000, p. 32 (in an enigmatic form). (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-16.)

 

E-2001


  1. 2096. ***E-VI/30/2001. On Daniel Ellsbergs vulnerablity because of his Pentagon Papers conduct. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-17.)
  2. 2097. ***E-IX/7/2001. On the targeting of Palestinian militant leaders, pros and cons. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-18.)
  3. 2098. ***E-IX/15/2001.On decent Muslims worldwide being among the victims of the assaults on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-19.)
  4. 2099. ***E-IX/27/2001. On limiting the duration of the proposed security measures. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-20.)
  5. 2100. ***E-X/8/2001. On the prudence of relying on Congressional declarations of war. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-21.)
  6. 2101. ***E-XI/17/2001. On the Executive Order providing for trials of foreign terrorists by military tribunals. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-22.)

 

E-2002

  1. 2102. ***E-I/24/2002. On the salutary suppositions of September 11 conspiracy theories. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-23.)
  2. 2103. ***E-I/28/2002. On the costs and benefits of the massive folly of legalized gambling. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-24.)
  3. 2104. ***E-II/15/2002. On the improper uses of the subpoena power in the Congressional investigation of questionable Enron practices. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-25.)
  4. 2105. E-III/11/2002. On the Congress as properly the dominant branch of the National Government. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-26.)
  5. 2106. ***E-III/21/2002. On political leaders who were unwilling in their youth to risk their own lives in the military services of their country during wars they approved of. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-27.)
  6. 2107. ***E-III/31/2002. On the death sentence (assisted suicide?) sought for the alleged twentieth hijacker. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-28.)
  7. 2108. ***E-IV/21/2002. On race-related issues and a crippling Political Correctness. (Incorporated in Item  B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-29.)
  8. 2109. ***E-VI/13/2002. On the ready condemnation of a dirty bomb suspect by officials who had failed to anticipate a monstrous assault. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-30.)
  9. 2110. ***E-VII/11/2002. On the Pledge of Allegiance, divine providence, and the fortunes of the United States. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-31.)
  10. 2111. ***E-VII/17/2002. On the John Walker Lindh case and the misdirection of Homeland Security resources. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-32.)
  11. 2112. ***E-VIII/18(A)/2002. On the constitutional affront in the manner of the Iraq intervention. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-33.)
  12. 2113. ***E-VIII/18(B)/2002. On the inappropriate talk of a distinguished baseball fan. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-34.)
  13. 2114. ***E-IX/9/2002. On the impropriety of subjecting a United States Senator to a polygraph test. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-35.)
  14. 2115. ***E-IX/24/2002. On entrusting the power to wage war to those who had abused their substantial powers as corporate managers. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-36.)


 

E-2003

  1. 2116. ***E-I/6/2003. On bellicose language and the canons of international civility. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-37.)
  2. 2117. ***E-I/23/2003. On preemptive strikes, war crimes, and international law. (Incorporated in Item B-        14 (Projected), above, Letter C-38.)
  3. 2118. ***E-I/31/2003. On the competing precedents of the 1938 Munich appeasement and the 1993 Waco showdown debacle. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-39.)
  4. 2119. ***E-II/12/2003. On capital punishment in Texas and the campaign against Saddam Hussein. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-40.)
  5. 2120. ***E-II/13/2003. On the risks of making too much of would-be terrorists. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-41.)
  6. 2121. ***E-III/10/2003. On threats to well-being perceived by Iraqis in 1990 and by Americans in 2003. (Incorporated in B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-42.)
  7. 2122. ***E-III/17/2003. On the repudiation of that world opinion upon which the fragile, but vital, system of international order depends. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-43.)
  8. 2123. ***E-III/25/2003. On the use and abuse of the Geneva Conventions in Afghanistan and Iraq. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-44.)
  9. 2124. ***E-IV/1/2003. On the significance, if any, of astonishing discrepancies in casualty rates, (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-45.)
  10. 2125. ***E-IV/3/2003. On a sense of proportion and the diverse uses of Weapons of Mass Destruction. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-46.)
  11. 2126. ***E-IV/8/2003. On a sense of proportion and the diverse uses of protection for heads of state. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-47.)
  12. 2127. ***E-IV/15/2003. On the significance of elusive Weapons of Mass Destruction. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-48.)
  13. 2128. ***E-VI/9/2003. On misapprehensions related to Leo Strauss. (Text: Leo Strausss daughter has reported that she does not recognize her father in the recent news stories about him as the mastermind behind the neo-conservative ideologues who are said to control American foreign policy today. (See her New York Times article of June 7, 2003, p. A29.) Some of us, who were Mr. Strausss students at the University of Chicago, also fail to see him as the reactionary guru that some would evidently like him to be. I recall, for example, what he said to me after I lost my Illinois Bar Admission loyalty-oath case in the United States Supreme Court. (366 U.S. 82[1961]) That is, his two-sentence letter to me, of June 22, 1961, was hardly that of a right-wing ideologue: This is only to pay you my respects for your brave and just action. If the American Bench and Bar have any sense of shame they must come on their knees to apologize to you. I suspect that Leo Strauss, upon confronting those Administration adventurists who now claim to find in his teachings support for their presumptuous imperialism, would recall (as he often did) the Dutch grandmothers advice: You will be surprised, my son, to learn with how little wisdom this world of ours is governed.’” (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-49.) See Introduction to Part E, Selected Letters to Editors, above. See, also, Items C-1974(14) and C-1999(6), above.
  14. 2129. ***E-VI/13/2003. On the anomalous urging, by the American Government, that Israelis and Palestinians restrain themselves. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-50.)
  15. 2130. ***E-VI/20/2003. On the fiftieth-anniversary recollections of the Rosenberg executions. (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-51.) See Item E-VI/30/1953, above.
  16. 2131. ***E-VII/4/2003. On what can be expected in Iraq. (Text: It is not prudent to assume, as some in the National Administration evidently like to believe, that only Saddam Husseins continuing influence or the importation of ‘terrorists’from abroad can account for the deadly attacks these days on American troops in Iraq. For more than a decade we battered that country, both militarily and economically–and usually from a safe distance. What should be expected, therefore, from a heavily-armed people of spirit when recognizable agents of a destructive foreign power at last come within range of that peoples more primitive weaponry? Frustrated American troops in Iraq talk of never knowing where their next ambush may come from. No doubt, some Iraqis would like to respond that Americans are beginning to learn what besieged Iraqis have felt like for some years as victims both of domestic tyrants and of foreign enemies.   There may be seen, on all sides of this unnecessary conflict, the deadly follies that can result from delusions which are not adequately challenged.”) (Incorporated in Item B-14 (Projected), above, Letter C-52.) See Item E-XI/27/1998, above. See, also, Introduction to Part E, Selected Letters to Editors, above.


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One Response to An Autobiographical Bibliography of George Anastaplo (1947-2003)

  1. Ken Cutler says:

    I am searching for Erike Rubel born in 1922 in Vienna or possibly Chernivitsi, whose father was Philipp Rubel. They were our cousins. Erika came over from Vienna in 1939 to stay with my cousins in New York. Information from the DOE in Vienna suggests that an Erica Aronson sought reparations for the death of her parents, Philipp and Sabine Rubel to the Nazis in 1947. That is how I have the Aronson name. Do you have any information that the Erica and Jason Aronson, to whom many of these works were dedicated, are the family I seek, and whether they have any children that I can contact?

    Thank you!!

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