Voice of America

Friday, September 12, 2003

We are often reminded of the privileges we enjoy as Americans, but here's one thing we can't do on native soil - tune in the Voice of America. The U.S. government radio station that was created as a propaganda tool during World War II is prohibited from broadcasting at home. Lifetime VOA staffer Alan Heil has compiled a comprehensive history of the network in a new book, and he joins Brooke to discuss it.

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