The relationship between politics and art has been on my mind. So this (h/t Crooks and Liars) mash-up makes me wonder if such things have value beyond mere entertainment. What do you think? Or is this just non-governmental propaganda? And does it just seem this way, or is there a thundering absence of anti-war protest music compared to the Vietnam era?
Here's U2 themselves, in a video with some of the history behind the song: