David Nasaw

David Nasaw is the author of Andrew Carnegie and The Chief: The Life of William Randolph Hearst. He is the Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. professor of history at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Nov. 22 2012 6:45 AMIdentity Politics in 1960JFK made history as the first Catholic president. But his father never forgave the Church.
Nov. 20 2012 6:45 AMIdentity Politics in 1960How JFK’s attempt to distance himself from the Catholic Church backfired.
Nov. 21 2012 6:45 AMIdentity Politics in 1960How Jack Kennedy lost the Catholic Church—but won the Jewish vote.
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Nov. 10 2006 12:27 PMLooking the Carnegie Gift Horse in the MouthThe 19th-century critique of big philanthropy.
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