Art was easy to steal. Why’s it so hard to give back?

The antiquities you see in museums come from somewhere, and they might be stolen. Elizabeth Kadetsky is a three-time Fulbright scholar in India and an editor at New England Review. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the theft of revered stone deities in India and what they say about the ways the art world traffics prized items. Her article in The American Scholar is “The Goddess Complex.”