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Dylan originally wrote and performed a two-verse version of the song; its first public performance, at Gerde's Folk City on April 16, 1962, was recorded and circulated among Dylan collectors. Shortly after this performance, he added the middle verse to the song. Some published versions of the lyrics reverse the order of the second and third verses, apparently because Dylan simply appended the middle verse to his original manuscript, rather than writing out a new copy with the verses in proper order. [3] The song was published for the first time in May 1962, in the sixth issue of Broadside , the magazine founded by Pete Seeger and devoted to topical songs. [4] The theme may have been taken from a passage in Woody Guthrie 's autobiography, Bound for Glory , in which Guthrie compared his political sensibility to newspapers blowing in the winds of New York City streets and alleys. Dylan was certainly familiar with Guthrie's work; his reading of it had been a major turning point in his intellectual and political development. [5]



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