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Mae Magnin was born on May 29, 1922, in Beverly Hills, California. Her father, Edgar Magnin , was a Reform rabbi at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple .  Her paternal great-grandparents, Isaac Magnin and Mary Ann Magnin , were the founders of I. Magnin , an upscale women's clothing store in San Francisco, California .
The research of the late political researcher and historian Mae Brussell. For 17 years Mae shared with her radio audience her daily research on political assassinations and world-wide government corruption.
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Jun 19, 2021 · Mae Magnin was born on May 29, 1922, in Beverly Hills, California. Her father, Edgar Magnin , was a Reform rabbi at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple .  Her paternal great-grandparents, Isaac Magnin and Mary Ann Magnin , were the founders of I. Magnin , an upscale women's clothing store in San Francisco, California .
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"Dialogue: Conspiracy is a program which shares the political research of Mae Brussell. Her almost ten years of work are based on the theory that government is moved as much or more by conspiracy than by any democratic process." — KLRB, June 1972 This is a collection of Mae Brussell's recordings from 1971 to 1988.