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Political Consultant Neil Oxman.

Political consultant Neil Oxman. He specializes in media consulting and designed Lynn Yeakel's ads for the Democratic nomination to the U.S. Senate. She'll run against Senator Arlen Spector. Yeakel was a virtual unknown at the start of the race. It's believed that Yeakel's T-V ads made the difference in the campaign. One emphasized her work as head of Women's Way. The other received national attention because it attacked Spector for his role in the Thomas hearings.

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Other segments from the episode on April 30, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 30, 1992: Interview with Janet Clayton; Interview with Mark Whitlock; Interview with Neil Oxman; Review of the film "The Playboys."

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