Duke students working on the campaigns of Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, respectively, discuss with the Chronicle how and why they got involved in the election and how they balance schoolwork with campaigning, among other things. “I see campaigning as any other club,” says one.
in The Chronicle
Historian Bill Chafe, author of the book, “Hillary and Bill: The Clintons and the Politics of the Personal,” examines whether we will see Hillary the “bridge-builder and reformer” who as a senator formed strong relationships with GOP lawmakers, or the intensely private person who refused to take friendly advice from allies.
in Duke Today
“It’s very expensive to be poor in contemporary America,” says Luke Bretherton, professor of theological ethics at Duke Divinity School. One reason? Usury, an ancient word for the current practice of charging exorbitant interest rates.
U.S. Foreign Policy