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McGovern draws historic parallels

Christine Collier
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Every now and then we are given the chance to draw upon the past for wisdom. It is in these moments that we gain insight on how to handle the present and plan for the future.

George McGovern, former United States Senator, presidential candidate, long-time political leader and the United Nations’ first global ambassador on hunger has dedicated his life to such an undertaking.

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