William L. Isley, Jr.

William L. Isley, Jr. writes from Carmel.

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  • March 1994

    Bo Gritz and Middle America

    "You want to go see Bo Gritz burn the U.N. flag?" My libertarian neighbor Bill, during the final days of the last presidential campaign, was making me an offer I couldn't refuse. I have always been half-frustrated by mv failure to take advantage of all those radical activities in my college days during the 60's.

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  • December 1993

    The Middle American Struggle

    Earlier this year my 12-year-old son and I had a knock-down-drag-out fight over patriotism and the evils of media influence. What incident set off these family fireworks? Was it the current U.N. wars or the influx of foreign goods?

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  • March 1987

    God's Fool

    Auberon Waugh's finely sharpened pen cuts through the mist of illusions that prevent Americans from seeing Britain as it is. In these articles from the Spectator, he exposes a society nearly gone mad.

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