Remembering John McCain in Vietnam and his immigration legacy, and climate change and nutrient deficiencies

August 27, 2018
John McCain is shown in a blakc and white photographer in 1973, being interviewed about his experiences as a prisoner of war during the war in Vietnam.

US Navy Lt. Cmdr. John McCain in 1973, being interviewed about his experiences as a prisoner of war during the war in Vietnam.

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Thomas J. O'Halloran/Library of Congress/via Reuters

In Vietnam, the media have put out tributes to John McCain who died on Saturday. Even some ordinary citizens have laid flowers at the lake where he crash landed in 1967. Listen for more on how McCain is being remembered in Vietnam. Plus, McCain's views on immigration and how his passing could influence future immigration debates. And, how climate change could end up making the food we eat less nutritious.

Remembering John McCain in Vietnam and his immigration legacy, and climate change and nutrient deficiencies

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August 27, 2018

Music Heard on Air

The songs played between segments during this episode included:

Song: Aftab
Artist: Mehmet Polat
Label: Aftab records
Song: Nia Mangolo
Artist: ©© les Freres Smith
Label: CCCC
Song: Juku
Artist: El Búho feat. Rumbo Tumba
Label: Wonderwheel Recordings

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