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Title:
Red hot radio : sex, violence, and politics at the end of the American century
Author:
Landau, Saul.
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Publication Information:
Monroe, Me. : Common Courage Press, [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
247 pages ; 20 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781567511475

9781567511468
Format :
Book

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Fasten your seat belts for this crash-the-gates tour of politics, vice and corruption. In this collection of trenchant political commentaries heard on Pacifica Radio, Saul Landau delivers his wit, wisdom and good old fashioned fire and brimstone analysis to American politics.Every parent will be gripped by his piece, The Birds, the Bees and Bill: What to Tell the Kids about Monicagate.Those overcome with smugness about defeating the communist monster of the cold war will do will to read John Paul and Fidel: How to Understand the Pope's Visit to Cuba.


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Cultural Writing. Politics. Explosive commentary aimed at the rich and wicked, this crash-the-gates tour of politics, vice and corruption is a collection of commentaries by Saul Landau heard on Pacifica Radio. "He's just a living, breathing exemplary of what it means to be left as opposed to right, or morally and intellectually alive as opposed to brain-dead and clueless" (Barbara Ehrenreich, from the Forward). As an author, filmmaker and political activist, Saul Landau has won an Emmy, a George Polk Award, the First Amendment Award, and the Letelier-Moffit award for human rights. He is currently the Hugh O. La Bounty Chair of Interdisciplinary Applied Knowledge at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He continues to air his commentaries on Pacifica Radio News.