|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|AZ0312||People's songs, people's artists / produced by David King Dunaway.||
Traces songs of the post World War II labor movement with oral histories, FBI files, and...
|KPFA, Aug. 1979.|
|BB0565||American labor songs / performed by William Friedland.||
Performance of Wobbly and other socialist songs.
|KPFA, 11 Aug. 1958.|
|BB0683||The I.W.W. wobbles again / produced by Art Gadsworth.||
Songs and speeches from the Industrial Workers of the World labor movement in the United States...
|KPFK, 8 Aug. 1964.|
|BB2200.01-.02||American union and labor songs / William Friedland.||
Discussion and singing of songs from the labor union movement of the late 19th century up to the...
|KPFA, 30 Nov. 1956.|
|BB3048||Folklore of the American labor movement / Archie Green ; interviewed by Bill Faier.||
Scholarly examination of popular labor culture in America. Includes songs.
|WBAI, 6 Sept. 1962.|
|WZ0209||An American political song writer / Earl Robinson ; interviewed by Lorne Cress-Love.||
On Paul Robeson, his music, Joe Hill, and the McCarthy era.