Historian Michael Stewart Foley argued that Johnny Cash was the most important political artist of his time. The author relayed that the musician didn’t fit into one political party and instead practiced a “politics of empathy.” This was a virtual event hosted by the Carter Presidential Library in Atlanta. close
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Tony Clark Director Carter (Jimmy) Presidential Library and Museum->Public Affairs
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John McMillian Associate Professor Georgia State University->History Department
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