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.
Law professor Ernest Young, who worked with Ted Cruz in Texas, says he was often categorical in his judgments, but not because he failed to understand the other side’s arguments.
the Los Angeles Times
The presidential candidates are turning a blind eye to society’s most vulnerable citizens, says Divinity School professor Norman Wirzba. Wirzba is featured on “Glad You Asked,” a weekly podcast where Duke faculty highlight issues the candidates are ignoring on the campaign trail.
the series “Glad You Asked"