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Lyndon LaRouche and the Far Right

Journalist Dennis King has a new book about the infamous politician, whom King describes as an extreme, right-wing fascist. LaRouche, once a self-identified socialist, employed cult-like tactics to move his left-wing followers toward anti-Semetic ideologies, and was able to exert significant influence on both major political parties.

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Other segments from the episode on March 30, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 30, 1989: Interview with Dennis King; Review of Madonna's album "Like a Prayer"; Interview with Ntozake Shange; Review of the film "Heathers."

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