Tom Unterrainer went to listen to David Rovics singing his songs.
I remember Warsaw
We stood side by side
The Star of David flew above the ghetto
There we lived and there we died
“I remember Warsaw”, David Rovics
American radical culture has suffered a number of notable losses of late. Most recently Howard Zinn, and before him Utah Phillips, Kurt Vonnegut and Studs Terkel have passed from the scene of the living, to be remembered by their words and music alone.
These were great losses indeed, all the more so for us British-based America-philes who have admired the distinct, “dissident”