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Walter Seacrist's "West Virginia Hills"

Walter Seacrist was a preacher-miner in West Virginia, union balladeer, and leader of the Unemployed League that struck against the Civil Works Administration in 1934.

Joe Glazer's "Automation"

Joe Glazer's "The Mill Was Made of Marble"

Joe Glazer's "Soup Song"

Joe Glazer's "Too Old to Work"

Joe Glazer and Ruby McDonald's "Song of the Guaranteed Wage"

Joe Glazer (1918-2006) was the Education Director of the United Rubber Workers, AFL-CIO.

Ruby McDonald (1917-2011) was the wife of a Flint, Michigan auto worker.

Woody Guthrie's "Hard Travelin'"

Woody Guthrie's "So Long, It's Been Good to Know You"

Woody Guthrie's "You've Got to Go Down"

Paul Robeson's "Kevin Barry"

Utah Phillips's "Bread and Roses"

Harry McClintock's "Jerry, Go and Oil That Car"

James Joynes's "What Ho! My Lads"

James Joynes's "The Laborer's Battle Hymn"

Tom Maguire's "March, March, Comrades All"

Tom Maguire's "Hey for the Day!"

John Glasse's "Onward, Friends of Freedom"

John Glasse's "A Harvest Hymn"

John Glasier's "When the Revolution Comes"

James Lowell's "True Freedom"

James Morton, Jr.'s "Rallying Song"

Samuel Longfellow's "Out of the Dark"

Samuel Johnson's "Life of Ages"

John Jones's "The Fatherhood of God"

Evelyn Pyne's "Day-Dawn"

Charles Kingsley's "The Day of the Lord"

Havelock Ellis's "Onward, Brothers"

Rose Cleveland's "Hymn of the Toilers"

Ednah Cheney's "Prayer-Answer"

Herbert Casson's "The Jubilee of Labor"

Edward Carpenter's "Toiler's, Arise!"

Edward Carpenter's "The Smith and the King"

Herbert Burrows's "Men of the People"

No biographical information on Evelyn Pyne available.

James Morton, Jr. was president of the Cosmopolitan Society of New York, opposing racial discrimination in the United States.

Tom Maguire (1866-1895) was a pioneer socialist and trade unionist, who was born, lived, and died in Leeds.

James Russell Lowell (1819-1891) was an American critic, diplomat, editor, and poet.

Samuel Longfellow (1819-1892), brother of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, was a Unitarian minister.

Charles Kingsley (1819-1875) was a priest of the Church of England who supported Chartism and co-founded the Christian Socialist movement.

James Leigh Joynes (1853-1893) was a British socialist.

No biographical information on John Jones available.

Samuel Johnson (1822-1882) formed a Free Church in Lynn, Massachusetts.

John Glasse was reverend of the Church of Old Greyfriars and a pioneer of socialism in Scotland.

John Bruce Glasier (1859-1920) was a Scottish socialist politician.

Havelock Ellis (1859-1939) was a British physician, social reformer, and writer.

No biographical information on Rose Alice Cleveland available.

Ednah Dow Cheney (1824-1904) was a founder of the New England Woman's Club, Boston.

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