When the legendary folk singer Pete Seeger passed away Monday at the age of ninety-four, remembrances of him unsurprisingly focused less on his music and more on his social activism. All the better — Seeger, the epitome of tireless commitment to “the cause,” would have liked it that way. Some comments were laudatory, praising every aspect of his advocacy. But […]
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