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October 20, 1995 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-20

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1930s." Father Coughlin, of
Shrine of the Little Flower
church in Royal Oak, had a na-
tionally syndicated radio show in
which he blamed Jews and oth-
ers for American and world prob-
lems.
Later, Mr. Kernen told the au-
dience, "You and your fellow
Americans are responsible for
what's on the radio and televi-
sion. The top shows have been
O.J., O.J. and O.J. Is that gov-
ernment? I don't think so."
Further into the discussion,
Mr. Ovshinsky asked Mr. Scott,
who had a number of fans in the
audience, about Mr. Scott's com-
ment that "if Jews had guns,
they might have saved them-
selves from the Nazis."
"How could we have done that
when all the European powers
fell to the Nazis?" Mr. Ovshinsky
said.
"Handfuls of military people
can bring any major army to its
knees," Mr. Scott answered.
The event's dialogue wasn't al-
ways the panel vs. Mr. Scott. On
several occasions, audience mem-
bers stood up to praise the WXYT
host.
Panelists discussed the role
talk-radio hosts played in de-
feating a congressional pay raise
and collectively discussed the fu-
ture of talk radio. "We don't know
where it's going," Mr. Winter
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