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The first hour, an extended conversation with one of the most controversial writers in Kansas, Steve Otto, who has spent much of his time in the state dissecting the "counter-culture." Steve Otto is a free-lance writer, living in Maize, KS. He is the author of War on Drugs/ War on People, published by Ide House, 1995, an expose of governmental corruption connected with the war on drugs. Otto has published articles nationally, in Contemporary Marxism, Paraplegia News and Vocational Biographies. In Kansas he has written for The Andover Journal, The Mt. Hope Clarion, the travel section of The Wichita Eagle, Kansas Works, and the alternative culture magazine Plethora. He is the past editor and publisher of two newspapers The Wichita Public Voice and The South Hutchinson Post Dispatch. During the 1980s, Otto worked as a reporter for The Clinton Daily Democrat and The St. Clair Courier, in Missouri. His novel, "Memoirs of a Drugged-up, Sex-crazed Yippie" for some strange reason is not available at the links below. It is available from his web site at: http://www.freewebs.com/ponnary/ Also an out of print edition of "War on Drugs, War on the People" printed by Ides Press is still available by direct mail to the author at a premium price. His most recent novel, "I Am Pol Pot" (available below) stirred up many of the new communism bend. CALLERS WELCOME DURING THE SECOND HOUR!

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