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Folk Legend Pete Seeger Looks Back

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Folk Legend Pete Seeger Looks Back

Folk Legend Pete Seeger Looks Back

Folk Legend Pete Seeger Looks Back

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Pete Seeger has written some of the best-known ballads of the 20th century: "If I Had a Hammer," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" and "Turn, Turn, Turn" among them. Now 86 and living in upstate New York with his wife Toshi, he talks with Scott Simon about his lengthy, influential career.

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