CROWN POINT IND. —Coffeehouses in the United States have been associated with the counterculture ever since Beats in New York’s Greenwich Village and San Francisco’s North Beach frequented espresso hangouts to read poetry and discuss liberal causes. Now, however, right-wingers in at least one town have a coffeehouse to call home: Conservative Café, which opened last October in this northwestern Indiana town, about 40 miles south of Chicago. —Coffeehouses in ...

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