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Stephen in Cambridge

November 14, 2008

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STEVE ELMAN and Alan Tolz argue that Barack Obama's presidential victory demonstrates that conservative talk radio has lost its influence . Obama's win, however, is due to factors that talk radio could not affect. (Full article: 120 words)

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