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The Radio Revolution: Historical fiction based on Radio Free Hawaii (The Radio Revolution in Honolulu 1991-1997)

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. In 1989 a famous DJ meets up with four young adults, the discarded youths of the eighties. He sees their plight, and becomes determined to take on corporate radio and turn the music programming over to the youth of America through a ballot system. It’s the Radio Revolution. Radio will never be the same. Faced with being shut down by the monopoly rating service, this DJ a . In 1989 a famous DJ meets up with four young adults, the discarded youths of the eighties. He sees their plight, and becomes determined to take on corporate radio and turn the music programming over to the youth of America through a ballot system. It’s the Radio Revolution. Radio will never be the same. Faced with being shut down by the monopoly rating service, this DJ and his bohemian friends decide to amp the anti, and take on corporate companies nationally, by rally people to support a single Amendment to the Constitution that takes money out of the political system, and turns the rudder of America more towards serving the people rather than wilting to the demands of corporations. In the end, the President of the United States visits the Radio Revolution and a new seed is sown to make a new America.


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. In 1989 a famous DJ meets up with four young adults, the discarded youths of the eighties. He sees their plight, and becomes determined to take on corporate radio and turn the music programming over to the youth of America through a ballot system. It’s the Radio Revolution. Radio will never be the same. Faced with being shut down by the monopoly rating service, this DJ a . In 1989 a famous DJ meets up with four young adults, the discarded youths of the eighties. He sees their plight, and becomes determined to take on corporate radio and turn the music programming over to the youth of America through a ballot system. It’s the Radio Revolution. Radio will never be the same. Faced with being shut down by the monopoly rating service, this DJ and his bohemian friends decide to amp the anti, and take on corporate companies nationally, by rally people to support a single Amendment to the Constitution that takes money out of the political system, and turns the rudder of America more towards serving the people rather than wilting to the demands of corporations. In the end, the President of the United States visits the Radio Revolution and a new seed is sown to make a new America.

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