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Isaac G. Blanchard was a printer and newspaper editor in Boston.

Ralph E. Hoyt was an American involved in the Knights of Labor and the chairman of the Nationalist Club, a Southern California Edward Bellamy club.

Phil Ochs's "Joe Hill"

Phil Ochs's "Links on the Chain"

Si Kahn's "Go to Work on Monday"

Si Kahn's "Aragon Mill"

Peter La Farge's "Indian Drums"

Peter La Farge's "Custer"

Peter La Farge's "The Ballad of Ira Hayes"

Malvina Reynolds's "The Little Red Hen"

Malvina Reynolds's "Little Boxes"

David Rovics's "Shut Them Down"

David Rovics's "The Saint Patrick Battalion"

David Rovics's "I'm a Better Anarchist Than You"

Billy Bragg's "This Land Is Your Land"

Billy Bragg's "There Is Power in a Union"

Billy Bragg's "The Internationale"

Si Kahn (1944— ) is an American singer-songwriter, activist, and organizer.

Phil Ochs (1940-1976) was an American singer/songwriter.

Peter La Farge (1931-1965) was an American Indian singer/songwriter.

Malvina Reynolds (1900-1978) was an American singer/songwriter.

David Rovics (1967- ) is an American singer/songwriter.

Billy Bragg (1957- ) is an English singer/songwriter.

Black 47's "Rockin' the Bronx"

Black 47's "Maria's Wedding"

Black 47's "Fire of Freedom"

Black 47's "Fanatic Heart"

John Greenleaf Whittier's "Song of the Shoemakers"

John Greenleaf Whittier's "Song of the Lumbermen"

John Greenleaf Whittier's "Song of the Fishermen"

John Greenleaf Whittier's "The Ship-Builders"

John Greenleaf Whittier's "The Corn Song"

Roy Bailey and Leon Rosselson's "The World Turned Upside Down"

Roy Bailey and Leon Rosselson's "The Ant and the Grasshopper"

Ray Glaser and William Wolff's "Put It on the Ground"

Ray Glaser was a founding member of the Los Angeles Branch of the People's Songs organization.

Roy Bailey (1935- ) is an English singer/songwriter.

Black 47 (1989-2014) was a Celtic rock band based in New York City.

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "When I Come Home Full of Beer"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "Three Weeks before Easter"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "Stir Up the Ashes"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "Rye-A, Rye-A, Riddy-Oh"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "Pauly Lyons"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "Oh, My Darling, See-Saw-Sarah"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "My Old Mother-in-Law"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "I've Thrashed All My Oats Fields"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "If My Old Woman Were a Potter's Wheel"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "If It Wasn't for Our Farmer Folk"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "I Will Labor"

A Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Song — "The Frog That Had No Hair"

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