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A panel discussion on the past, present and future of the California State College system in light of the current financial crisis. Participants are Sacramento State College professors Harry Aron, psychology; Leonard Cain, sociology; Marc Tool, economics; James Lucas, psychology; and Ross Koen, Legislative Advocate for the Association of California State College Professors. The moderator is Al Silbowitz.
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Education--California--Aims and objectives Universities and colleges--California--Finance Silbowitz, Al Aron, Harry Lucas, James T Tool, Marc R Koen, Ross Cain, Leonard D
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