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Railroad Deal of 1944

In 1942, railroad workers’ unions demanded a raise. Concerned about a strike, President Roosevelt ordered an emergency board to settle the dispute and when at the end of 1943 no settlement was reached, the Federal Government took control of the rails.

J.D. Souther Talks Songwriting

"My friends, Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey and Don Henley and eventually Warren Zevon, were all ... more

John Waite Talks "Missing You"

Musician John Waite speaks about his career and making it big with "Missing You."

Decades talks to Greenwich Village legend Judy Collins

"Judy Collins was a fixture of the early '60s music scene in Greenwich Village, playing some ... more
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