The Great Limbaugh Con: And Other Right-wing Assaults on Common Sense

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The Greal Limbaugh Con, 1994 - Political Science - 216 pages
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Yeah, the reviewer below is obviously objective.
This book basically dissects many of Limbaugh's arguments in a relatively detailed way, but ultimately fails to enlighten as the criticisms are
generally common sense arguments. Granted, they might be common sense to Limbaugh's listeners, but that's not who the book is for. Basically we're left with a book that assuages the concerns of the average left-leaning reader, but offers little in the way of grand insights into te right wing mind. 

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Kelly holds a Ph.D. in industrial communications from Purdue University. He has taught courses and conducted seminars in communication, ethics and management at Syracuse University, California State University, SUNY, Fortune 500 companies and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institutes of Management.

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