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John Hope Franklin is a prize-winning historian, Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree for his civil rights work, and has served on presidential committees for FDR and Bill Clinton. Now 90 years of age, he joins Diane to talk about his new autobiography.
- John Hope Franklin Professor emeritus of history at Duke University
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