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DIALOGUE

Pete Cenarrusa's Memoirs

  • Aired: 01/13/2010
  • 28:50
  • Rating: NR
Pete Cenarrusa served more years in elected office than any other Idaho politician. In his five decades of service, Cenarrusa earned the respect of citizens of all political stripes. At 92, Cenarrusa has just published his memoirs, "From Bizkaia to Boise." This week on Dialogue, Cenarrusa talks about his life in Idaho politics and his work to support the Basque community in the state.
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Idaho's longest serving politician, Pete Cenarrusa, shares his memories on this Dialogue
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