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Since we are about to elect the first African-American as president, it is a very significant historical fact. I take it, therefore, that around the world criticism of the United States for being a racist nation will now stop. Right? That's John Bolton, a veteran of both Bush administrations and one of the primary architects of the lie that started the war in Iraq. He also served as President Trump's third national security adviser. Bolton was born in Baltimore to a working-class family but received scholarships to the elite private Military Academy, McDonough School. It was there that he first got into conservative politics. One of his history teachers, Marty McKibben, said that he used to have friendly debates with Bolton about things like the Vietnam War, which Bolton ardently supported. McKibben also mentioned that the students at that time were much more conservative than they are now. However, Bolton went beyond being conservative and behind McKibben's back, he referred to him as "Mao McKibben." During his time at McDonough, Bolton was an enthusiastic student organizer for Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign. He once said, "I have no question that, had I voted for that bill, I might have softened some of the Negro opposition to my candidacy." Bolton's pro-war attitudes followed him to Yale, where most students were protesting against the war in Vietnam and for civil rights. In his autobiography, Bolton described feeling like a space alien among the protesters, stating, "the protesters could damn well get out of my way as I walked to class." However, his support for the Vietnam War changed when he realized it could affect him personally. He joined the National Guard to avoid the draft, writing, "I confess, I had no desire to die in a Southeast Asian rice paddy. I considered the war in Vietnam...