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Bell Telephone Co and New York Telephone Co documentary/promotion of Party line phone connections as demand for telephones and lines outstripped supply at the time. Featuring the rotary dial phone, manufacture and production and customer service.
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It may be party lines as usual when it comes to how people vote, but the path to get there is a story for the ages. Richard Pacelle, professor and head of UT's Department of Political Science, talks about the upcoming presidential election. Read more from Pacelle at http://tntoday.utk.edu/2016/06/20/ut-expert-discusses-critical-voting-groups-2016-election.
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