Pete Seeger - A Song and a Stone (1972)
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Pete Seeger, with Woody Guthrie, Alan Oken and a few others, began the whole "folk music" movement. Like many of the founders of that movement, he was far too political (liberal/left) to be allowed media opportunities for superstardom. Nonetheless, he made his presence felt through the decades. In the 1970s, he led a successful crusade to clean up New York's Hudson River, which was so polluted that there was not a single mile on its course that was safe to swim in. This documentary captures him
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