Author explains how the far right of the 1960s shaped modern media.

Trust in mainstream media has hit new lows in recent years. But in his new book, "The Radio Right: How a Band of Broadcasters Took On the Federal Government and Built the Modern Conservative Movement," Paul Matzko reminds us we've been here before. He joined CBSN to discuss how the 1960s far right sowed the seeds for what we're seeing today.

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