6 edition of Prince Edward Island and the arts : the investment, the dollars, the jobs and the votes - fact sheet presented to the members of the board of the Canada Council from the Province of Prince Edward Island, March 18, 19, & 20, 1985. found in the catalog.
Working document no. 600-152.
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Development of mass marketing - the automobile and retailing industries : proceedings of the Fuji Co
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The Theatre's history includes a number of important acting troupes including the Lord Chamberlain's Men, which employed Shakespeare as actor and playwright. After a dispute with the landlord, the theatre was dismantled and the timbers used in the construction of the Globe Theatre on Bankside.
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At times he does frame them as 'beliefs', but overall he presents them as factual accounts. I guess he could just be letting the sources speak for themselves, but I personally think it raises questions around objectivity and misrepresentation.