Louis “Sandy” Maisel was born on October 25, 1945 in Buffalo, New York. Maisel attended Harvard where he became involved with various campus and political organizations. Maisel went on to attend Columbia for his graduate work, where he received his Ph.D. in Political Science. In 1971, he settled in Maine, working on Bill Hathaway’s campaign for Senate and teaching at Colby College. In 1978, Maisel ran unsuccessfully in the congressional primary in Maine. At the time of this interview he was teaching at Colby.
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