Life after Samantha

Allen, M.
May 1988
Yankee;May88, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p84
Profile. Wherever she appears, Jane Smith of Manchester, Me. knows she will be introduced as `Jane Smith, mother of schoolgirl Samantha Smith.' Samantha, famous for her peace trip to the Soviet Union, was killed in a plane crash in 1985. Jane works at The Samantha Smith Center to keep alive her daughter's hopes for peace.


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