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  • In the book, author Dorian Lynskey writes: "During the Vietnam War, a handful of antiwar songs gained such cultural traction that it seemed as if everyone was making them. During the Iraq War, the opposite happened: many people wrote them, yet it seemed like nobody was. Instead of snowballing into a movement, myriad individual protest songs lay on the ground like flakes in a mild spring snowfall: frail, scattered, quick to melt away."

    Woody Guthrie gave life to protest songs he wrote, sang →

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