Frank Kusch

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Frank Kusch is a historian of American history, who writes on post-1945 political and cultural events. Kusch is the author of Battleground Chicago: the Police and the 1968 Democratic National Convention (September, 2004) and All American Boys: Draft Dodgers in Canada from the Vietnam War (August, 2001).

Kusch has served as an editor and copy editor for publishing houses, newspapers, magazines, including government and civic publications. He has also worked as a media and communications consultant, including speechwriting for federal and provincial politicians in Canada. Kusch has earned a Ph.D from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and a Master's Degree from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Kusch works in Academic Services and Financial Assistance, Student and Enrolment Services Division, with the University of Saskatchewan. Kusch is currently writing a book on Richard Nixon and the United States presidential election, 1972.

Publications[edit]

  • Battleground Chicago: the Police and the 1968 Democratic National Convention (September, 2004). An excerpt from the book. a review of the book.
  • All American Boys: Draft Dodgers in Canada from the Vietnam War (August, 2001)