In the public radio landscape, the Pacifica network stations stand out as innovators of diverse and controversial broadcasting. Pacifica's fifty years of struggle to define itself as against social and political conformity began with a group of young men and women who hoped to change the world with a credo of nonviolence. Pacifica Radio traces the cultural and political currents that shaped the first listener-supported alternative radio station. Rooted in wartime pacifism and free-speech ideals, Pacifica flourished in the ...

Pacifica Radio CL 1999, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA

ISBN-13: 9781566396608

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