Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg

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Beech Tree Books, 1987 - Fascism - 320 pages
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The true story of the murder of outspoken radio personality Alan Berg by radical right-wing neo-Nazis, and of the FBI manhunt that ensued. 16 black-and-white photographs.

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Alan Berg was one of the progenitors of AM talk radio. He was free-wheeling with his opinions and often extremely rude to his listeners, hanging up on them if he got bored. He was also Jewish. In 1984 ... Read full review

Talked to death: the life and murder of Alan Berg

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In 1984, Denver radio talk show host Alan Berg was shot to death by members of "The Order,'' a violent neo-Nazi clique. An outspoken, colorful, and abrasive personality, Berg was targeted because he ... Read full review

Contents

Lying in Wait
11
The Heart of a City
23
FINDING A
37
Copyright

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Stephen Singular is a "New York Times "bestselling author and Edgar Award nominee. His book "Talked to Death "was made into the Oliver Stone film "Talk Radio," Singular has appeared on "Larry King Live," "Good Morning America," Court TV, and "Anderson Cooper 360,"

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