The Maine Campus
The Student Association of Maine has embraced an ominous task. In its effort to represent 32,000 post-secondary students throughout the state, conflicts are bound to surface. But if SAM can unify its student membership, the prospects for developing a powerful voice in Augusta, a voice that would be heard in the halls of the State House and reverberate back to individual campuses are bright.
The Maine Campus, "SAM…will students again be a political force?" (1974). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 539.
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