This week on The Undercurrent, host Cole Tunningley explores how the United States has promoted anti-Communism across the world.
The episode begins with a small overview of the U.S.’s interference in Chile, including a reenactment of a phone call between Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger.
Then, reporter Max Johnston presents a stunning investigation of Michigan State University’s time in Vietnam. They worked with the United States government to install a Catholic, anti-Communist leader and shape the South Vietnamese government.
You can find Max Johnston’s written account of this story here.