This book reviews the history of the microradio movement, enabling readers to understand why and how it has captured momentum and power. It discusses the anti-Nazi underground stations and other resistance stations, explaining how previous stations provided vehicles for democratic communications.
Foreword -- Freedom Calling -- The Origins of Free Radio -- Free Radio and National Liberation -- Limits on Free Speech in the United States: Government Licensing and Corporate Censorship -- Pirate Radio: The Early Rebellion -- Microradio: The Revolution Begins -- The Free Radio Revolution: Free Radio Berkeley and the West Coast Revolt -- The Revolution Widens -- The Counterrevolution
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