It is the most detailed report of her life through 1966 and outlined her anti-war position, dedicating the book to men facing imprisonment for resisting the draft.
At that time, it was in the center of the up-and-coming folk-music scene, and Baez began performing near home in Boston and nearby.
Of her fourteen Vanguard albums, thirteen made the top 100 of Billboard's mainstream pop chart, eleven made the top forty, eight made the top twenty, and four made the top ten.
She had previously performed the same song at San Quentin at the 1992 vigil protesting the execution of , the first man to be executed in California after the death penalty was reinstated.
Consequently, she became involved with a variety of social causes early in her career.
The three sang solos and duets and a family friend designed the album cover, which was released on Veritas Records that same year as.
Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology;.
She was the first major artist to perform in since the outbreak of the.