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Page 1 T his Week in History V olume 1, I ssue 1 Chicago—Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young Though your brother's bound and gagged And they've chained him to a chair Won't you please come to Chicago Just to sing In a land that's known as freedom How can such a thing be fair Won't you please come to Chicago For the help that we can bring We can change the world Re-arrange the world It's dying ... to get better Politicians sit yourself down There's nothing for you here Won't you please come to Chi
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    According to this song, what is the reaction of thepublic to the events sur-rounding the 1968 De-mocratic National Con- vention? How does thesongwriter want this reac-tion to change? How doyou know?  Based on the lyrics of thesong  Chicago,  what is the songwriter’s opinion of  politics/foreign affairs in America in 1965 and be-fore?   After listening to the song,does your opinion of itsmeaning or messagechange? Why or Why not?If listening to the song reinforced your srcinalidea, tell how. Chicago  —  Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young Primary Source Analysis   Album Cover for Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s 4 Way Street    “We can change the worldRe-arrange the worldIt's dying ... to get better“   Page 1 This Week in History Volume 1, Issue 1  Though your brother's bound and gagged And they've chained him to a chair Won't you please come to Chicago Just to sing In a land that's known as freedomHow can such a thing be fair Won't you please come to ChicagoFor the help that we can bring  We can change the worldRe-arrange the worldIt's dying ... to get betterPoliticians sit yourself down There's nothing for you here Won't you please come to ChicagoFor a rideDon't ask Jack to help you'Cause he'll turn the other ear Won't you please come to ChicagoOr else join the other side We can change the worldRe-arrange the worldIt's dying ... if you believe in justiceIt's dying ... and if you believe in freedomIt's dying ... let a man live his own lifeIt's dying ... rules and regulations, who needsthemOpen up the doorSomehow people must be freeI hope the day comes soon Won't you please come to ChicagoShow your faceFrom the bottum of the ocean To the mountains on the moon Won't you please come to ChicagoNo one else can take your place We can change the worldRe-arrange the world...  I Feel Like I’m Fixin to Die — Country Joe and theFish  Oxford Town — Bob Dylan  For What it’s Worth— Buffalo Springfield  Alice’s Restaurant— ArloGuthrie  Leaving on a Jet Plane — Peter, Paul, and Mary  Get Together — TheYoungbloods More Influential 60’s Music:     How does Haggard makehis point? What specificlyrics tell us how he feelsabout the new left move-ment in America? Do you think Haggard’s opinion represented the majority or minority of Americancitizens?  Based on these song lyrics,  what is Merle Haggard’s take on the hippie move-ment? On American for-eign policy?   After listening to the song,does your opinion of itsmeaning or messagechange? Why or Why not?If listening to the song reinforced your srcinalidea, tell how. Okie From Muskogee  —  Merle HaggardPrimary Source Analysis  Album Cover for Merle Haggard’s Okie  From Muskogee  “We don’t burn our draft cards down onMain Street; We like livin’ right and bein’free.“   Page 2 This Week in History Volume 1, Issue 1  We don't smoke marijuana in Muskogee; We don't take our trips on LSD We don't burn our draft cards down on Main Street; We like livin' right, and bein' free.I'm proud to be an Okie from Muskogee, A place where even squares can have a ball We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse, And white lightnin's still the biggest thrill of all We don't make a party out of lovin'; We like holdin' hands and pitchin' woo; We don't let our hair grow long and shaggy,Like the hippies out in San Francisco do. And I'm proud to be an Okie from Muskogee, A place where even squares can have a ball. We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse, And white lightnin's still the biggest thrill of all.Leather boots are still in style for manly footwear;Beads and Roman sandals won't be seen.Football's still the roughest thing on campus, And the kids here still respect the college dean. We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse,In Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA.  The Battle of New Or-leans — Johnny Horton  Ballad of the Green Be-rets — Barry Sadler  America is My Home — James Brown  Back in the U.S.A. — ChuckBerry More Influential 60’s Music:  
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