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How did Idaho get this way? There's no one reason, and historical trends have swept across Idaho like everywhere else, but the details easily might have been different. This book is about 100 people who, for better or worse, made Idaho much of what it is today. In Idaho 100, Martin Peterson and Randy Stapilus, who between them have been studying Idaho history for close to a century, unearth the sometimes famous, sometimes infamous and often obscure people who most transformed Idaho, in ways large and small, to create what many people now take for granted.
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Randy Stapilus has researched Northwest politics and public affairs since the '70s. He is author of Paradox Politics and the Idaho Political Field Guide, co-author of Governing Idaho and edits the Idaho Weekly Briefing news publication. Martin Peterson has been active in Idaho public affairs for more than 50 years. He is director of the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research at the University of Idaho.
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