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Sierra Crane-Murdoch on Idaho's political transformation

Audio - May 13, 2012 by Nelson Harvey
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KDNK, a public radio station in Carbondale, Colo., regularly interviews High Country News writers and editors, in a feature they call "Sounds of the High Country." Here, KDNK's Nelson Harvey talk with High Country News correspondent Sierra Crane-Murdoch about Idaho's political transformation and the (mostly) California migrants behind it.

Protest audio courtesy of noisecollector, from freesound.org

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