July 1, 1968 - Taking a break from his campaign for the presidency, Eugene McCarthy reads his own poetry to a group of students at a Minnesota university (possibly St. Johns).
July 11, 1968 - A conversation with Eugene McCarthy at St. Johns, in Collegeville. Gary Eicthen and Pat Smith asked McCarthy questions as he was taking a break from his presidential campaign.
May 11, 1972 - A news feature of the "Eight Days in May" - anti-war demonstrations known as the Dinkytown riot. McCarthy is sympathetic to the protests.
June 12, 1972 - MPR reporter Dulcie Lawrence summarizes events at the DFL state convention.
June 12, 1972 - Various speakers nominate, testify in support of Mondale. Mondale speech excerpts.
September 27, 1972 - MPR’s Paul Gruchow reports on Minnesota AFL-CIO meeting, and if group will endorse Senator George McGovern for President of the United States. Reports includes excerpt of speech at AFL-CIO convention from Hubert H. Humphrey in support of McGovern.
October 13, 1972 - Walter Mondale speaks about bill to preserve the St. Croix River (the federal Lower St. Croix River Act of 1972).
January 20, 1973 - Eugene McCarthy speaks at the Peace Conference held at the Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, MN. The speech focuses on the ongoing Vietnam War.
March 2, 1973 - U.S. Senator Walter Mondale speaks on proposed Nixon budget social budget cuts as military spending continues.
March 2, 1973 - Mondale speaks out against the Nixon administraion and Nixon himself. Money, budget cuts for housing, employment, agriculture, federal aid and jobs abolishes every effort to strengthen rural America. Mondale states that Nixon claims that he's investing in these areas, but Mondale thinks that Nixon is putting funds towards social security, which falls into a different bracket than the federal aid bracket.