John William McCormack
Garrison Nelson talked about his book John William McCormack: A Political Biography, in which he recalls the life of John William McCormack, who served in the House of Representatives for forty-two years (1928-1971) and as Speaker of the House from 1962-1971. Mr. Nelson was joined by Michael Dukakis, former governor of Massachusetts and democratic presidential candidate. close
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Peter Drummey Librarian Massachusetts Historical Society
- Michael S. Dukakis Governor (Former) [D] Massachusetts
Gavin Kleespies Director Massachusetts Historical Society->Public Programs
William G. Mayer Associate Professor (Former) Northeastern University->Political Science
Garrison Nelson Professor University of Vermont->Political Science
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