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By Elizabeth Flock
"The Overstory" is a novel about trees, activism and our relationship to the natural world.
Adam Winkler, author of our October pick for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This, joins William Brangham to discuss “We the Corporations,” and William announces the November book selection.
Long before there were calls to break up Silicon Valley’s biggest companies, long before the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision in 2010, corporations had gained significant rights and powerful influence in the United States. “We the Corporations” author Adam Winkler…
Corporations have often leveraged progressive reforms to serve the ends of business, says author Adam Winkler. "Perhaps more surprising is that corporations have also been innovators in constitutional law."…
"I sit down at the computer every weekday morning and begin to write, even if I feel blocked or don’t have much to say," says Winkler, author of "We the Corporations."…
'We the Corporations' by Adam Winkler is the October book club pick.
Author Adam Winkler argues that the issue of constitutional rights for corporations began long before Citizens United.
“I find that when I force myself to slow the pace down a little, I can discover sensory and psychological details I missed or elided in the first draft,” says Rooney, author of "Conversations with Friends."…
"Once I identified that impulse, and reasoned myself out of it, I wrote the final scene as it is now – and I felt the novel was finished," Rooney said.
Sally Rooney's “Conversations with Friends" is the September pick for our book club in partnership with the New York Times.
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