Congressional Career of Representative Dingell
“Atlantic Exchange-Perspectives From Half A Century on Capitol Hill” was an Altantic Live interview with Steve Clemons at the Watergate Headquarters of the Atlantic Media Company.
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Congressman John Dingell (D-MI) spoke about his 57-year career in the House of Representatives. On June 7, 2013, he became the longest-serving member in U.S. history, having served 20,997 days since he took office on December 13, 1955. Topics included his father’s influence, his future political plans, presidents he served under, his major legislative accomplishments, and his views on current issues.
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Steven C. Clemons Editor-at-Large Atlantic, The->Washington, DC
John D. Dingell Jr. U.S. Representative (Former) [D] Michigan
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