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The Faith-Based Politics of Bruce Springsteen

by June Skinner Sawyers

The working-class hero of rock music is Bruce Springsteen, who sings of the troubles and joys in the everyday lives of small-town Americans. At times Springsteen has been accused of being a romantic or, even worse, just a liberal; but he’s also been celebrated as a visionary, a troubadour whose insights into the struggles of common folk also touch on the larger themes of disenchantment with the American Dream. Springsteen came only gradually to a political message in his music. The course of his development is traced in this revealing portrait by June Sawyers.

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ISBN: 978-1-937853-63-1

Words: 13,584

Pages: 30

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Tags:  Bruce Springsteen - Rock and Roll - American Dream - Catholic Social Doctrine - Politics in Music