Senator John Sidney McCain III, died Saturday at the age of 81 in his beloved Arizona after a lifetime of service to the United States of America.
The Republican senator prided himself on being a “maverick”, a politician with a great moral compass who was prepared to buck his party and admit when he was wrong. He held himself, and everyone around him, to a high standard – one that he, by his own admission, fell short of on occasion.
For a man with many finest hours, here is a collection of the moments – the courageous and the contradictory – that defined the remarkable life of one of United States' most influential senators.
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