Insightful documentary examines the legacy of George McGovern's failed 1972 presidential run against incumbent Richard Nixon. With a bold grassroots campaign that advocated the withdrawal of American troops from Vietnam and granting amnesty to draft dodgers, he quickly gained tremendous amounts of both praise and criticism. Through interviews with McGovern and such supporters as Gore Vidal, Warren Beatty, Howard Zinn, and others, the program explores how he forever changed the political landscape of the United States. 125 min. Soundtrack: English; deleted scenes; featurette; interview; theatrical trailer.