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Ralph E. Hoyt's "America"

Sarah Ogan Gunning's "I Hate the Capitalist System"

Earl Hawley Robinson (1910-1991) was a singer-songwriter and composer from Seattle, Washington.

Alfred Hayes (1911–1985) was a British screenwriter, television writer, novelist, and poet, who worked in Italy and the United States.

Al Piantadosi (1882-1955) was an American pianist, composer, and music publisher.

Alfred Bryan (1871-1958) was a Canadian lyricist.

Abel Meeropol (1903-1986) was an American teacher and writer.

Bob Connelly (c. 1936- ) is an American musician.

Bob Dylan (1941- ) is an American singer/songwriter.

Bobby Darin (1936-1973) was an American singer/songwriter.

The Dixie Chicks is an American country music band formed in 1989.

Eliot Kenin is an American folk singer.

Ella Jenkins (b. 1924) is an American folk singer.

James Henry McCallum (1893-1984) was an American missionary who helped organize the University of Nanjing Hospital, the International Committee, and the Safety Zone during the Japanese invasion of Nanjing in 1937-1938.

John D. Loudermilk (1934 - ) is an American songwriter, performer, and producer and the recipient of the Cherokee Medal of Honor.

Kristin Lems is an American performing songwriter, folksinger, and chanteuse.

Len Chandler (1935- ) is an American folk singer/songwriter.

Les Rice farmed an apple orchard in New York.

Manic Street Preachers is a Welsh alternative rock band formed in 1986.

Mark Levy is an American singer/songwriter.

Alecia Beth "Pink" Moore (b. 1979) (stylized as P!nk) is an American singer and songwriter.

Sarah Ogan Gunning (1910-1983) was an American singer and songwriter from the coal mining country of eastern Kentucky, as were her older half-sister Aunt Molly Jackson and her brother Jim Garland.

Francis Hopkinson (1737-1791) was an American author, composer, government official, and judge.

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"

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