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Singing the politics of hitchhiking
Jonathan Purkis

liberties campaigns, depicted the events in their song ‘Battle of the beanfield’ (1991) through the eyes of a hitchhiker travelling to Stonehenge to discover the wider issues at stake: ‘Down the 303 at the end of the road / flashing lights – exclusion zones / And it made me think it's not just the stones they're guarding’ . Figure 3.3 Stonehenge festival. The cultural clashes around mobility and land

in Driving with strangers