Historian Michael Stewart Foley talks with the Green and Red Podcast about Johnny Cash, Vietnam and Nixon.
*Citizen Cash: The Political Life of Johnny Cash* is a fantastic new book by Michael Stewart Foley, and we sat down and talked to him all about it. This is a must-listen, must-see episode.
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We talked about Cash’s upbringing in the depression and how the New Deal helped his family and led him to develop a “politics of empathy.” We discussed his views on race, and especially his “Blood, Sweat, and Tears” album. Continue reading “Johnny Cash’s Politics, w/ historian Michael Stewart Foley”