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MICHAEL SAVAGE & JEFF ROVIN: WHEN THE CHROME WAS THICK & THE WOMEN WERE STRAIGHT – #729

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Was life better in America during the 1950s? Best-selling novelist Jeff Rovin returns to discuss how America has declined from this Golden Era. They both share a nostalgia for the era’s safety, family values, and respect for authority. Both acknowledge that there still existed a seedy culture during that time period, but nothing to rival the depravity of today. They discuss the fear of Communism and the role of Jews in Hollywood during that time. They reminisce about the early days of television and its impact on their childhoods. They switch to the present, discussing the endless Trump trials, the upcoming presidential debates, and the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.

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