Elizabeth Hayford

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Nothing Succeeds Like Failure: The Sad History of American Business Schools

A lively choice for readers who are skeptical of the claims of business schools to train leaders with an ethical perspective.

The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us

Drawing on broad reading and visits to campuses across the country, Tough’s work offers an indictment of American society and political structures and persuasively argues that universities must fulfill the American commitment to equality of opportunity

What Snowflakes Get Right: Free Speech, Truth, and Equality on Campus

A thoughtful, convincing response to those demanding unlimited access to university platforms.

American Higher Education Since World War II: A History

This reliable, broadly researched, and thorough study from a knowledgeable expert is strongly recommended for serious readers interested in higher education and American social trends.

Assad or We Burn the Country: How One Family’s Lust for Power Destroyed Syria

Dagher’s chilling portrayal of Assad’s transformation from an apolitical doctor to ruthless dictator and skilled manipulator makes this book essential; highly recommended

Shelter in a Time of Storm: How Black Colleges Fostered Generations of Leadership and Activism

This vivid exploration of an important topic is a must-read for anyone interested in higher education and HBCUs in particular.

Try Common Sense: Replacing the Failed Ideologies of Right and Left

A freshly written overview of the failures and damage of our current governmental system and a vision of a new approach calling on frustrated citizens to replace apathy and selfishness with positive reengagement.

Inside the Arab State

Academic in tone and buttressed by extensive research, this volume is recommended for serious readers interested in a cogent and persuasive overview of the key political structures in the Arab world within a political science framework.

An Academic Life: A Memoir

An engaging recounting of Gray's impressive academic and managerial skills that contributed to the advancement of American higher education through the second half of the 20th century.

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