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June 2, 2021 51 min

Few people on earth can say they’ve known Rush Limbaugh literally since the day they were born, but James Golden speaks with a man who certainly can: David Limbaugh, Rush’s brother. Lawyer, best-selling author and devoted younger brother, David shares stories of mischief and childhood in the Limbaugh house and gives a look behind the scenes as Rush's career progressed from the early days in Cape Girardeau, Missouri to Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Sacramento, and ultimately New York City, the original home of the nationally syndicated The Rush Limbaugh Show. This episode also contains an appearance by Mark Levin, a longtime friend of Rush, who narrates a special feature dedicated to Rush’s transition from Top 40 DJ to talk radio icon.

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