Former U.S. Senator John W. Warner (R-Virginia) issues a call to public service and offers advice on being true to yourself and use advantages given to you to make the next generation's experience better than your own. In conversation with Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership Director Larry Roberts, Senator Warner reflects on how his experience at UVA Law affected his long career of public service through times of war and peace. From his Navy experience in World War II at 17 years old to concluding his 30 years of service in the U.S. Senate, Warner learned essential lessons of being a public servant that he wants to impart to young people today.
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Host: Larry Roberts
Guest: Senator John W. Warner
Producer: Claire Downey
Executive Producer: JC Ignaszweski