First Lady of the Revolution

Published in January/February 2014 by Humanities.

When Henrietta Boggs went from Birmingham, Alabama to Costa Rica in 1940, she wasn’t expecting to end up embroiled in a revolution.

I have long believed that each of us has the right to two countries.

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