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Author:
Alison Wertheimer
ISBN13:
978-1857171068
ISBN:
1857171063
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Publisher:
King's Fund (December 1996)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
ePub file:
1675 kb
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1441 kb
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Rating:
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Wertheimer at Wellesley College in 2012. Her coverage spanned a period of 37 days and marked the first time a live broadcast was transmitted from inside the Senate chamber  . She is the author of a book, Listening to America: Twenty-Five Years in the Life of a Nation as Heard on NPR, about recent American history as covered on NP. .

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Alison Wertheimer has written: 'Making Our Voice Heard'. Planning for a change'. A special scar' - subject(s): Suicide victims, Family relationships, Suicide, Bereavement. A survey of district health authorities' planning groups for services to people with mental handicaps'.

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