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Arlie Hochschild Sociology Professor Emerita, UC Berkley, NYT Bestseller
New polls suggest Republicans' views on global warming may be at a tipping point.
OF ALL the paradoxes of Donald Trump's campaign for president, the most mysterious is this: Why do millions of devout evangelicals enthusiastically support the most conspicuously irreligious presidential candidate in years?
A bipartisan effort to revitalize the heartland, one tech job at a time.
In “Strangers in Their Own Land,” which has been nominated for a National Book Award, Hochschild calls this the “Great Paradox” — opposition to federal help from people and places that need it — and sets off across Louisiana on an energetic, open-minded quest to understand it.