Vermont’s George Aiken
Balancing Freedom and Unity
This documentary is available for purchase as a DVD through the UVM Bookstore, uvmbookstore.uvm.edu 802-656-3031 and at many local bookstores throughout Vermont.
George D. Aiken: Statesman from Vermont
Starting at the ripe age of 18, when he became the Master of the Putney Grange, George Aiken proved himself to be a natural leader, and thus began his long career of service to his community, state, and country, culminating in his 34-year tenure as a U.S. Senator. This documentary chronicles the life and times of George Aiken, and the political career that always put what was best for Vermonters first.
“George Aiken was a model legislator who never let partisan politics get in the way of getting the job done. He was a true gentleman.”
Gerald R. Ford, 38th President of the United States.
DVD Extra Features
- Photo Gallery
- Additional Interviews
- Downloadable Documents
- Aiken’s Life Chronology
- Narrative Bibliography
- Landmark Legislation
- Text of Selected Speech
- Oct 19, 1966 Vietnam Speech
- Farewell Speech
- Quotable Aiken
- Produced by Keystone Productions
- Directed by Rick Moulton
- Narrated by Cliff Carpenter
- Music by Woody Keppel & Steve Nasuta
- Distributed by The University of Vermont Continuing Education