Book Review: Do Catholics who oppose immigration to the United States today know that they join a long tradition deeply rooted in anti-Catholicism?
Book Review: What happened to Emmett Till and the actions that followed have haunted the American conscience for six decades and served as a key spark of the 1950s and 1960s civil rights movement.
Book Review: Julie Byrne, holder of a chair in Catholic Studies at Hofstra University, estimates that there are 500,000 to a million "independent Catholics" in the world.
FROM THE WAR ON POVERTY TO THE WAR ON CRIME: THE MAKING OF MASS INCARCERATION IN AMERICA
By Elizabeth Hinton
Published by Harvard University Press, 464 pages, $29.95