Author:Woodrow Wilson Guthrie

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Woodrow Wilson Guthrie
influential and prolific American folk musician noted for his identification with the common man, the poor and the downtrodden, and for his abhorrence of fascism and exploitation; best known for his song "This Land Is Your Land"; more commonly known as Woody Guthrie
Woodrow Wilson Guthrie


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