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Chris Matthews honors Sargent Shriver

  Chris Matthews honors the memory of Sargent Shriver, and the importance of Shriver’s legacy on the lives of all those he touched.

Sargent Shriver’s son: ‘Faith in God’ made dad great

  Mark Shriver, son of Sargent Shriver and author of a new memoir about him titled “A Good Man,” reflects on his father’s legacy, which included planning the JFK state funeral, founding the Peace Corps, and helping his wife develop the Special Olympics.

Peace Corps seeks middle-aged volunteers

  A combination of professional and life experience among older volunteers makes for an ideal combination. NBC’s Chris Jansing reports.

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  Video project highlights Peace Corps volunteer stories

To commemorate the Peace Corps' 50th anniversary, the organization launched the Peace Corps Postcards project to showcase the stories of volunteers around the world. Vanity Fair's Maureen Orth joins Morning Joe to discuss the site she launched with filmmaker Susan Koch.

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