Carl Sandburg reads his The People, Yes

Side 1 Side 2
The people, yes, the people #19 Timing 7:48
Who knows the people #21 Timing 1:44
The people, yes #29 Timing 2:00
From the four corners of the earth #1 Timing 1:52
There are dreams stronger than death Timing 1:11
The people is Everyman, everybody #14 Timing 2:16
We'll see what we'll see #30 Timing 4:10
"The people is a myth, an abstraction" #17 Timing :27
"Your low birth puts you beneath me" #31 Timing 3:13
There have been thousands of Andy Adams #39 Timing 2:40
One of the Cherokees in Oklahoma #48 Timing 4:07
He was a king or a shah #49 Timing 6:41
Lincoln? He was a mystery in smoke and flags #57 Timing 3:22
The people learn, unlearn, learn #87 Timing 2:15

Side 3 Side 4
What the people learn out of lifting and hauling #32 Timing 5:55
Remember the chameleon #33 Timing :43
If you can imagine love letters #34 Timing :56
The sea moves always #35 Timing 2:01
"So you want to divide all the money" #37 Timing 1:46
Stocks are property, yes #38 Timing :53
"Why did the children put beans in their ears" #41 Timing :26
"The gang in its working clothes" #46 Timing :43
They have yarns, the people #45 Timing 6:10
In the people is the eternal child #56 Timing 3:25
Who do you think you are #64 Timing 2:31
What did Hiamovi, the red man, have? #78 Timing 1:43
Out of the shopping crowds at State and Madison #81 Timing 4:07
The Fireborn are at home in fire *p. 630 Timing 4:27
Mr. Longfellow and his boy *p. 632 Timing 4:22
The long shadow of Lincoln: a litany *p.. 635 Timing 6:05






*Source: Carl Sandburg. Complete Poems. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Co., 1950. The section "The People, Yes" p. 439-617 with #107 poems. The section "New Section" *p. 621-676.


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