Rock Music and Political Change
The Hungarian ambassador to the U.S. spoke at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame about the role of rock music in political change, specifically in Eastern Europe during the Cold War. Following his remarks he answered questions from the audience.
People in this video
- Barnes, John Representative Cleveland, OH->Mayor's Office
- Baxter, Jeff Adviser Department of Defense->Ballistic Missile Defense Prog.
- Simonyi, Andras Ambassador Hungary->United States
- Stewart, Terry President Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
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