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Critics Helped Propel The Late Rush Limbaugh To Radio Stardom



The era of Rush Limbaugh dominating the airwaves is over after 33 years. The conservative radio icon lost his battle with lung cancer on Wednesday at age 70.

When Limbaugh launched his midday radio show in 1988, few radio stations knew what to do with him. First, his show was not in a drive-time...

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