Former Democrat U.S. Senator and Presidential nominee George McGovern died at the age of 90. His campaign in 1972 was one of the most genuine anti-war campaigns in U.S. history. But thanks to the U.S. government’s propaganda campaign to continue the war crimes in Vietnam on behalf of the military-industrial-complex, the American people reelected Nixon in a landslide.
Last year I posted this 1972 Jerry Williams interview of George McGovern from WBZ in Boston, and will repost it now. McGovern discusses mainly the Vietnam war and the crimes of the U.S. government and military. (Clicking on the link opens a new media player window.)