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Angus King

Angus King, a United States senator from Brunswick, ME, speaks about the community of Maine and the cross-section of challenges and interests that are represented by people who attend the Maine Fishermen’s Forum. He focuses on the upcoming changes that the Maine community will need to face such as the recent Canadian trade deal with Europe, the Gray Zone, and climate change. Through a story about the implications of refrigeration in the 1920's, he highlights the importance Maine people remaining “resilient and creative.”





Galen Koch

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: King, Angus Oral History Interview, March 2, 2018, by Galen Koch and Teagan White, Page #, Maine Sound & Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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