Elizabeth Hinton

Photo of Elizabeth HintonPhoto | Emily SchifferElizabeth Hinton is Associate Professor of History and African American Studies at Yale University and Professor of Law at Yale Law School. From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime received widespread acclaim and was named a New York Times Notable Book and one of Oprah Magazine”s “Books to Better Understand the History of Racism in America.”

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Cover: From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in AmericaFrom the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in AmericaHinton, ElizabethPAPERBACK09/04/2017$19.50
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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