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David King Dunaway

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Distinguished Professor of Broadcasting and Documentary Studies at San Francisco State University; oral historian, radio producer and author of many books, including How Can I Keep From Singing?: The Ballad of Pete Seeger

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In the 1950's, Pete Seeger was convicted of Contempt of Congress. In 2008, he performed at the Lincoln Memorial for Barack Obama's presidential inauguration.

Remembering Pete Seeger

In the 1950's, Pete Seeger was convicted of Contempt of Congress. In 2008, he performed at the Lincoln Memorial for Barack Obama's presidential inauguration.

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