Maxine Hong was the eldest of six American-born children of Chinese immigrant parents. Hong attended the University of CaliforniaBerkeley, as a scholarship student, graduating in At Berkeley she met aspiring actor Earll Kingston.
Norton, was named a finalist for the National Book Award for nonfiction. Established in and presented by the National Book Foundation, the National Book Award is one of the most prestigious honors in publishing. We the Corporations sheds light on one of the most successful, yet least known civil rights movements in American history.
Like minorities and women, corporations too have fought to win equal rights under the Constitution — and today they have nearly all the same rights as ordinary people.
Uncovering the deep historical roots of Citizens United v. FEC, Winkler shows how that controversial Supreme Court decision was the capstone of a year battle over corporate personhood and constitutional protections for business. Winkler is also the author of Gun Fight: Praise for the Book "Winkler's book provides a masterful retrospective map at a time when people are feeling bewildered and enraged by growing corporate power.
Interviews and Media Links Adam Winkler is a frequent commentator and guest who has been featured on numerous television and radio programs and podcasts.
Interviews with Winkler include:Maxine Hong Kingston, an eminent memoirist and a celebrated Chinese-American autobiographer, is best known for The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts () and its companion volume, China Men (). The Woman Warrior won the National Book Critics Circle Award in for non-fiction.
Past nonfiction award winners include Robert Caro, Rachel Carson, Joan Didion, James Fallows, Maxine Hong Kingston and Gore Vidal.
We the Corporations sheds light on one of the most successful, yet least known civil rights movements in American history.
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Maxine Hong Kingston is an acclaimed author of several Books.
She is a remarkable writer who showed the American world more than just the stereotypical view of the mystical and a magical China. Reflecting her history through her works has made her a famous feminist writer.
Her passion for writing. Synopsis. Maxine Hong Kingston was born on October 27, in Stockton, California. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Berkeley (where she's currently a .