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Luther Johnson (October 29, 1875 – June 6, 1965) was a Congressman from the U.S. state of Texas most famous for his part in the passage of the Radio Act of 1927, and often quoted as saying:

"American thought and American politics will be largely at the mercy of those who operate these stations. [If] a single selfish group is permitted to ... dominate these broadcasting stations throughout the country, then woe be to those who dare to differ with them." [67 Cong. Rec. 5558 (1926).]

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