The day the protest music died Pop music played a crucial role in the national debate over the Vietnam War. By the late 1960’s, radio stations across the country were crackling with blatantly political songs that became mainstream hits.
“The Trouble With Corporate Radio: The Day the Protest Music Died”. Editorial from New York Times
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