Former Vice President Walter Mondale passed away Monday night at his home in Minneapolis. He was a lifelong public servant who transformed the role of vice president, and championed civil rights under Jimmy Carter before losing his own run for the presidency to Ronald Reagan. William Brangham has this look at Mondale’s life and legacy.
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