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August 10, 1988 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, Times Staff Writer
"Race and Reason" opens with soft, insistent piano music and a shot of the host in a three-piece suit, seated at a table. He has a monotonic, almost hypnotic voice. But the words, at times raw and vicious, explode. "Hi, I'm Tom Metzger," he said, introducing a recent show. " 'Race and Reason' is seen in 55 cities around the United States, one of the longest-running shows on cable access.
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August 10, 1988 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, Times Staff Writer
"Race and Reason" opens with soft, insistent piano music and a shot of the host in a three-piece suit, seated at a table. He has a monotonic, almost hypnotic voice. But the words, at times raw and vicious, explode. "Hi, I'm Tom Metzger," he said, introducing a recent show. " 'Race and Reason' is seen in 55 cities around the United States, one of the longest-running shows on cable access.
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April 27, 1986
This is a postscript to a response to your editorial regarding Tom Metzger and California State University, Fullerton (April 11). In your editorial, you mentioned the fact that the Anti-Defamation League and the Afro-Ethnic Studies Department on campus were guilty of violating the First Amendment of the Constitution by asking that Tom Metzger's "Race and Reason" television program for Group W no longer be allowed on campus. Last week we found that The Times would not allow the cartoon Doonesbury to appear because The Times feels that "it is distasteful to us."
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May 18, 1988 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
A top official of youthful entrepreneur Barry Minkow's ZZZZ Best carpet cleaning company was a well-known white supremacist who once compared the young Jewish businessman to Adolf Hitler, law enforcement authorities confirmed Tuesday. Police reports obtained by The Times also show that at least $200 in ZZZZ Best funds were funneled last year to the White American Political Assn., the predecessor of the White Aryan Resistance now headed by former Ku Klux Klan official Tom Metzger.
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