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The Ame Zion Church : a profile ; Colby professor Tony Corrado talks about political action committees.

Author: Anthony Corrado; Maine Humanities Council.; Maine Public Broadcasting Network.
Publisher: [Bangor, Me.] : Maine Public Broadcasting, [1993?]
Series: Maine Public Radio Project, no. 40-41.
Edition/Format:   Musical cassette : Cassette recording : English
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"A report on one of the oldest African-American institutions in New England [and] An interview with the author of a book showing how presidential candidates bend rules meant to regulate campaign financing"--Brochure.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Corrado; Maine Humanities Council.; Maine Public Broadcasting Network.
OCLC Number: 32409693
Credits: Part of a series of audio reports produced and aired by Maine Public Radio's Maine things considered ; produced with support from the Maine Humanities Council, 1991-1992.
Event notes: Broadcast on: 5-20-92 and 5-29-92.
Description: 1 sound cassette : analog, 2 track, mono.
Series Title: Maine Public Radio Project, no. 40-41.
Other Titles: Colby professor Tony Corrado talks about political action committees.
Maine things considered.

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"A report on one of the oldest African-American institutions in New England [and] An interview with the author of a book showing how presidential candidates bend rules meant to regulate campaign financing"--Brochure.
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