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Daniel Patrick Moynihan 2003 Deaths

Daniel Patrick MoynihanAge: 76 sociologist and politician who served four terms as a Democratic senator from New York, as ambassador to the United Nations and India, and as an …

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick

(Encyclopedia) Moynihan, Daniel Patrick moi´nĭhăn˝ [key], 1927–2003, American sociologist and politician, b. Tulsa, Okla., grad. Tufts (B.A., 1948; M.A., 1949; Ph.D., 1961). Raised in a poor neighborho...

Bill Bradley, 1999 News

56, former senator from New Jersey, was the only Democrat to challenge Al Gore, Jr., for the party's presidential nomination. Until the fall, Gore had all but ignored Bradley'…

Diana Mosley 2003 Deaths

Diana MosleyAge: 93 glamorous British intellect and socialite who created a scandal in 1932 when she left her husband, Bryan Guinness, for Oswald Mosley, a leader of the Britis…

Margaret Murie 2003 Deaths

Margaret MurieAge: 101 conservationist who championed the preservation of wilderness. Murie and her husband Olaus successfully campaigned for the creation of the Arctic Nationa…

Lloyd Rodwin Biography

Lloyd RodwinAge: 80 renown urban planner and educator who revolutionized the study and laying out of cities. A professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for four d…

Tim Russert

Tim Russert was an American television journalist known best as a host of the political affairs talk show Meet the Press. A 1972 graduate of John Carroll University in Cleveland, Russe…

Daniel B. MAFFEI, Congress, NY (1968)

MAFFEI, Daniel B., a Representative from New York; born in Syracuse, Onondaga County, N.Y., July 4, 1968; graduated from Nottingham High School, Syracuse, N.Y., 1986; B.A., Brow…

2003 Deaths: M - Q

Lester MaddoxClark MacGregorHerbie MannLuis MardenBurke MarshallCarol MatthauBill MauldinRobert McCloskeyMark McCormackTex McCraryWill McDonoughRobert MertonDoug MichelsGeorge …