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Author photo. Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin wipes a tear after being honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005, during ceremonies at the White House. Looking on are fellow recipients Robert Conquest, left, and Alan Greenspan.

Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin wipes a tear after being honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005, during ceremonies at the White House. Looking on are fellow recipients Robert Conquest, left, and Alan Greenspan.

Aretha Franklin

Author of Aretha: From These Roots

Includes the names: Aretha Frnklin, Aretha Franklin, Aretha Frankllin

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