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The world’s dispossessed have always made sense of their troubles and eased their sorrows through music. The Internet lets them do it across borders and cultures.
In a famous lament written at the height of the Thatcher years, the English musician expressed a desire to live long enough to see the brutal British leader die so he could one day “stand on [her] grave and tramp the dirt down.”
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