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Robert Schenkkan is an accomplished playwright and screenwriter who received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1992 for his play “The Kentucky Cycle.” His other plays include “Lewis and Clark Reach the Euphrates,” “By the Rivers of Babylon,” “Handler,” “Heaven on Earth,” “Final Passage,” “1992,” “The Devil and Daniel Webster,” and “The Dream Thief.”
Eddie Glaude, Jr. is among the most important black intellectuals in the United States today. He offers a critical and insightful view on the problems currently facing black America as well as the nation at large.
Wilentz studies U.S. social and political history. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses on U.S. history, focusing on the 19th century. He has also taught courses on American literature and 20th-century American culture and politics.
Michael Waldman is president of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, a nonpartisan law and policy institute that focuses on improving the systems of democracy and justice.
Bergen is a print and television journalist, author, documentary producer and vice president at New America, where he directs the International Security and Fellows programs; a professor of practice at Arizona State University; a fellow at Fordham University’s Center on National Security; and CNN’s national security analyst.
In the book, the author contends that while political divisiveness and polarization in the country’s capital had been around for decades, it was during the Clinton administration that it began to flourish. "The seeds had been sown in previous decades but didn't start blooming until the 1990s," says Maney.
Jacobs’ new book takes an in-depth look at why American politicians failed to devise a long-term energy policy.
First coming to public attention in January 2014, the photos were taken by a former military photographer known as “Caesar,” who smuggled more than 55,000 images out of Syria on thumb drives after the conflict began to escalate.