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Not saying that AM stereo isn’t a good idea. But how many people will actually modify their existing radios? Particularly for a technology that is already perceived as somewhat irrelevant.
When you’re in a war, you have to pick the battles that you can win. I don’t believe that this is one of those. All the more power to those who want to try, but I would focus on the programming and ways to distribute that programming over and above Part 15 AM. Getting people to listen to you on smartphones and tablets and their computers (however that is accomplished) is far more likely than starting an AM stereo revolution.