Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman

Elizabeth Cobbs (previously Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman; see newer entry) is a historian, New York Times bestselling novelist, and documentary filmmaker. She is Melbern G. Glasscock Chair in American History at Texas A&M University and a Research Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. Cobbs is the author of several books on American history and winner of the Allan Nevins Prize.

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Cover: American UmpireAmerican UmpireHoffman, Elizabeth CobbsHARDCOVER03/04/2013$40.00
Cover: All You Need Is Love: The Peace Corps and the Spirit of the 1960sAll You Need Is Love: The Peace Corps and the Spirit of the 1960sHoffman, Elizabeth CobbsPAPERBACK10/02/2000$43.50
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Jacket: The Idealist: Wendell Willkie’s Wartime Quest to Build One World, by Samuel Zipp, from Harvard University Press

Q&A with Samuel Zipp, author of The Idealist: Wendell Willkie’s Wartime Quest to Build One World

Debates about what should be America’s role in the world are not new—neither is the slogan “America First.” So as the presidential election nears, we spoke with Samuel Zipp, whose book, The Idealist: Wendell Willkie’s Wartime Quest to Build One World, is a dramatic account of the former Republican presidential nominee’s worldwide plane trip