Bob Dylan, popular culture, politics, freedom, justice, power, sin
Bob Dylan’s political worldview has remained essentially the same over six different decades and numerous private and public transformations. Whether he appeared as a New Left protest icon, rock music and Counterculture innovator, rural family man, Christian associated with the Jesus People, or cantankerous social critic distrustful of worldly leaders, Dylan’s notions of freedom and justice, power and sin, have tied all of these roles together.
Taylor, J. (2015). Politics of Bob Dylan. Retrieved from https://digitalcollections.dordt.edu/faculty_work/203