David King Dunaway

San Francisco State University

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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.

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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.

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