Scoundrels: Defining Corruption through Tales of Political Intrigue in Rhode Island


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Thursday, September 28, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Saylesville Meeting House, 374 Great Road, Lincoln, R.I.

Reception and book signing to follow at Arnold House, 487 Great Road, Lincoln, R.I.
Is Rhode Island really the most corrupt state in the Nation? Author Paul Caranci answers that question and provides a startling expose on political corruption. Join Mr. Caranci for an illustrated talk on his new book, Scoundrels: Defining Corruption Through Tales of Political Intrigue in Rhode Island, which uses real life Rhode Island stories to redefine political corruption in ways not previously considered.

Free for Historic New England Members
$5 non-members

Registration recommended. Please call 401-728-9696 for more information or register online.