George McGovern on World Hunger


Free Resource (#706) - Dec. 9th, 2008
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Fighting World Hunger

In this talk from the Miller Center of Public Affairs, former U.S. Senator George McGovern discusses how he became involved in fighting world hunger and the methods and ideas he has for how we will do so in the future. He also throws in some comments regarding the war in Iraq and how it is distracting America from issues such as world hunger. This talk is available on MP3 download and streaming video.

Fighting World Hunger

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Malcolm Gladwell is a Canadian writer and author of many best-selling non-fiction titles about interesting and current aspects of sociology and psychology as they apply to the social sciences. Gladwell grew up the son of a British father and a Jamaican-born mother. While he was born in England, the author moved to Canada at the age of six.

Gladwell stayed in Canada until graduating college in 1984, with the exception of a brief stint in 1982 when he interned with the National Journalism Center in Washington, DC. The author later moved to New York City where, in 1996, he became a staff writer for The New Yorker. His first book, The Tipping Point, was published in 2000 and enjoyed critical success along with sales of over 1.7 million copies. Gladwell has received several awards and honors in addition to his success as an author. In 2005, Time magazine named him as one of its 100 most influential people.

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