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Closeup: Historian on Hillary's Latino Plan

History professor Geraldo Cadava participates in The New Yorker Festival

Historian Geraldo Cadava of the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences attended The New Yorker Festival earlier this month and participated in a panel discussion regarding the presidential candidacy of Hillary Clinton. Cadava, who is currently working on a new book, “The Roots of Latino Conservatism: Empire, Capitalism, and Culture from 1810 to 2010,” talked about Clinton’s outreach efforts among Latinos and whether they will support her in 2016. The New Yorker Festival is a celebration of ideas and the arts, held each year in New York City, featuring New Yorker writers, artists, editors and other guests. Getty Images for The New Yorker

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