Dick Morris: ‘Talk Radio Destroyed the Liberal Media Monopoly’

Dick Morris Joins Bob Grant and Mark Levin to Hail Forthcoming Book on Talk Radio The Right Frequency.

Dick Morris, Fox News analyst, best selling author and former adviser to President Clinton read The Right Frequency, realized the merits of its historical analysis and immediately understood the projection of the Fred Lucas book.

“Talk radio destroyed the liberal media monopoly and gave the conservatives a voice,” Morris said,” But precisely because it brought the giants low, the publishing industry has ignored its history. Fred Lucas now fills that void, explaining from where it came and where it might be headed.”

Where it is heading is precisely what The Right Frequency projects. Looking back to its roots, author Fred Lucas captures .the development of talk radio and brings an understanding as to why and how it became the powerful force in conservative politics. It traces the medium from the early Walter Winchell days to the powerful voices of today. Replete with interviews of the mighty, it provides an in-depth perspective of the emotional and intellectual range of the conservative movement and how it affects the election process.

Author Fred V. Lucas, the White House correspondent for CNSNews.com is also a contributing editor for Townhall Magazine and has written for The Weekly Standard, The American Spectator, Human Events, The Washington Times and the New York Post. The Right Frequency will be published by History Publishing Company, Palisades, NY and will be in bookstores nationally August 1.

Click here to order a copy of The Right Frequency.

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