Rewind | Oct 18, 2012 | 54:59

The 1972 American Election

A look back at the 1972 Presidential Election. Senator George McGovern battled incumbent Richard Nixon for the Presidential Office. It was the election that is now famous for the Watergate affair. Rewind will bring you sounds, ideas and interviews of that historic event.

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