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Book Review: ‘The Boys on the Bus’ by Timothy Crouse


Nothing was off limits anymore to reporters -- a candidate's family, his donors, blunders, even medical history. Read More »

George McGovern Championed Food for Peace

I remember George McGovern for a book he wrote in 1964 called War Against Want: America's Food for Peace Program. Read More »

Singing Telegrams, Congress and Food Aid

With famine in East Africa and many other hunger crisis points unfolding, food aid needs to be bolstered, not reduced. Read More »

McGovern’s The Third Freedom: Ending Hunger in Our Time is Essential Reading as Congress Debates Food Aid

McGovern's book takes on special meaning now as Congress is proposing reductions in food aid programs both here and abroad. Read More »

Biden Optimistic Global Hunger Struggle Can Be Won

The Vice President urges Congress to keep fighting global hunger and not to slash food aid in the budget. Read More »

President Roosevelt’s Third Freedom and Global Child Feeding

Child feeding would have long-lasting implications for building peace and reducing poverty Read More »

A Food Ambassador For All Seasons

McGovern is in the field once again as food ambassador for WFP, visiting programs in Kenya and Uganda Read More »