Jane Franklin (author)

Jane Franklin is an American historian and scholar with a particular focus on Cuba–United States relations. Her 1992 book ''The Cuban Revolution and the United States: A Chronological History'' is regarded as encyclopedic, systematic, and based on "extremely wide-ranging research". She is a proponent of solidarity between the two nations and an advocate of the Cuban model of healthcare. In addition to Cuba, she has written about Vietnam, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Panama. Her book ''Vietnam and America: A Documented History'', which she co-edited, was described by ''The New York Times'' as a "valuable anthology of crucial texts and records" which "tersely replays the bitter conflict." During the 1960s, she and her husband H. Bruce Franklin became radicalized because of the Vietnam War and were regarded as leaders in the anti-war movement. Provided by Wikipedia
by Franklin, Jane, 1934-
Published 2016
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