Marketing the Revolution: How Protest Music Serves Establishment Politics

The times never were a-changin’

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The March on Washington in August 1963 — headlined by Martin Luther King— preceded sweeping legislative changes in the United States. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 are both descended from the historic protests at the National Mall. It was one of the most…

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Dustin T. Cox

Dustin T. Cox

Owner/Editor of Plato’s Gymnasium. I write about philosophy, politics, climate change, culture, religion, and more. https://medium.com/platos-gymnasium

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