They were performers, not philosophers, and maybe that’s why the impact they had on the current identity of the American political left can hardly be overstated. Purdue University political science professor Harry Targ talks about the significant impact made by the great folk artists: Paul Robeson, Woody Guthrie, and Pete Seeger. The tradition they kicked off remains vibrant and exceedingly relevant today. Listen in!

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