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The McGovern whom few remember

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After Democratic presidential candidate and former Sen. George McGovern died Sunday, most of obits unsurprisingly focused on the fights that made his name synonymous with liberalism: his opposition to the Vietnam war, his support for civil rights and his work to eradicate hunger. Few mentioned McGovern's final crusade: opposing the Big Labor-backed Employee Free Choice Act, more commonly known...

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