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A Cultural History of Bob Dylan

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Princeton University history professor Sean Wilentz has tackled major topics in books like The Rise of American Democracy and The Age of Reagan. His new book, Bob Dylan in America, explores one of the most complex figures in music.

The Greenwich Village-raised author joins us to talk about a cultural history that explores Dylan's connections to Aaron Copland, the Popular Front movement and more.


Sean Wilentz

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