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High Country News April 29, 1985

A financial buccaneer and his resort come to Idaho's Priest Lake

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A financial buccaneer and his resort come to Idaho's Priest Lake

Priest Lake's future is tangled in a web of money-making through the doings and undoings of British financier Sir James Goldsmith.

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