Paul N. Mccloskey
Paul N. “Pete” McCloskey, Jr., was born and raised in California. During Korean War service with the Marine Corps, he earned the Navy Cross, the Silver Star and two Purple Hearts. From 1967 to 1983 he served as a U.S. congressman. He was co-chairman of the First Earth Day, 1970. He was an early opponent of American involvement in the Vietnam War, and the first Republican in Congress to call for the impeachment of President Nixon. In 1972 he was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican party presidential nomination. For more about McCloskey’s contentious relationship with the Jewish-Zionist lobby, see Paul Findley’s book, They Dare to Speak Out.
Former Congressman Pete McCloskey speaks at the 13th Institute for Historical Review conference in 2000. His topics of speech are Israel, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and free speech.
Former Congressman Pete McCloskey speaks at the 13th Institute for Historical Review conference in 2000. The topic of his speech is Israel, the Anti-Defamation League and free speech.