Drugs Should Be Legal
Peikoff's voice is doubled on recording. Program ends at 00:11:34 on Part 2.
The Leonard Peikoff Show (and its alternate title, Philosophy: Who Needs It) began broadcasting in southern CA on KIEV 870 in November, 1995. It went through various permutations during its 4+ years, including moving from a weekly to a daily show, and then to a three-hour daily show. It also picked up distributors across the nation. Leonard Peikoff, Ayn Rand's heir, has always approached current events from a unique philosophical viewpoint. Although neither Republican nor Democrat, his was a distinct voice in the conservative talk radio landscape.
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