'Times Book Review' Aims to Diversify

Reporter Allison Keyes talks with Sam Tanenhaus, editor of The New York Times Book Review, about the paper's efforts to diversify its book selections. They also discuss this Sunday's issue, which features reviews of two books about the birth of the anti-slavery movement in England.

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