"Pastures of Plenty" - Odetta - Weston - Wilson - Visualmyth

"Pastures of Plenty" written by Woody Guthrie. Sung by Odetta. Edward Weston and Charis Wilson, from The Photographer 1949. Willard Van Dyke, Phototgraphy and Director. Public Domain film. Bob Dylan, guitar intro. Visualmyth © Patrick Burke.
"There are two sorts of tyranny: one real, which arises from oppression; the other is seated in opinion, and is sure to be felt whenever those who govern establish things shocking to the existing ideas of a nation." Montesque, The Spirit of the Laws.