This book reviews the history of the microradio movement, enabling readers to understand why and how it has captured momentum and power. It discusses the anti-Nazi underground stations and other resistance stations, explaining how previous stations provided vehicles for democratic communications.
Table of Contents
1. Freedom Calling 2. The Origins of Free Radio 3. Free Radio and National Liberation 4. Limits on Free Speech in the United States: Government Licensing and Corporate Censorship 5. Pirate Radio: The Early Rebellion 6. Microradio: The Revolution Begins 7. The Free Radio Revolution: Free Radio Berkeley and the West Coast Revolt 8. The Revolution Widens 9. The Counterrevolution