Hate fills the airwaves

Fischer, Raymond L.
May 1996
USA Today Magazine;May96, Vol. 124 Issue 2612, p46
Focuses on the transmission of hate over radio and television in the United States. Remarks and controversial comments of talk show hosts; First Amendment and freedom of speech issues; Discussion on the Oklahoma City bombing; Impact on radio listeners and television audiences.


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