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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Mike Seeger
For instance, he says, "Most people don't understand that Southern music was created both by working class blacks and whites ... and that it was a rich and varied tradition."
"There's perhaps been a little bit of competitive feeling," Mike Seeger says. "But I recognize the difference in what we do and how we relate to an audience and what we want to do with the music. It's never been a problem for me because what Pete has done has been so magnificent and so important."