SUNDAY OCTOBER 5TH, 2014
11pm MAE BRUSSELL AND FASCISM IN AMERICA
Richard welcomes an author/investigative journalist to discuss the life and career of the late Mae Brussell, a radio personality whose work centered around the JFK assassination and the history of fascism.
Guest: ALEX CONSTANTINE is the author of seven books on political corruption, organized crime, the intelligence community and corporate excesses, including The Covert War Against Rock (2000), ranked by the London Observer among "The 50 Best Books on Music Ever." He is also the author of Blood, Carnage and the Agent Provocateur (1993), Psychic Dictatorship in the USA (1994), Virtual Government (1996), and the editor of Fascism in America: The Essential Mae Brussell (2009).
The Essential Mae Brussell is a compilation of chilling essays and radio transcripts by the seminal American anti-fascist researcher, famously supported by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
After the Kennedy assassination, Mae purchased the twenty-six-volume Warren Commission Report, and compiled, for herself, evidence that Lee Harvey Oswald was, as he maintained after his arrest, a “patsy.”