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Clarence Dickinson "Doc" Long, Jr. (December 11, 1908 – September 18, 1994) was a Democratic U.S. Congressman who represented the 2nd congressional district of Maryland
Maryland
from January 3, 1963 to January 3, 1985. Long was born in South Bend, Indiana. He received his bachelor's degree from Washington and Jefferson College
Washington and Jefferson College
in 1932, and his master's degree and PhD from Princeton University
Princeton University
in 1935 and 1938,[1] respectively. He also served in the United States Navy
United States Navy
during World War II. He was a former member of the United States Council of Economic Advisers to the President (1953–54 and 1956–57) and in the 1930s was a professor of economics at Wesleyan University
Wesleyan University
and later Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University
(1946-1963). Long became Chairman of the subcommittee on Foreign Operations of the House Appropriations Committee. In this role he supervised the foreign aid budget. Long's support for the anti-Soviet Mujahideen
Mujahideen
was recounted in the film Charlie Wilson's War, in which Long was played by Ned Beatty. Long was defeated for re-election by Republican Helen Delich Bentley in 1984. References[edit]

^ http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1994-09-20/news/1994263014_1_constituent-service-conscience-clarence

External links[edit]

Biography portal United States Navy
United States Navy
portal

United States Congress. " Clarence Long
Clarence Long
(id: L000413)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  Retrieved on 2008-01-24 Appearances on C-SPAN

U.S. House of Representatives

Preceded by Daniel Brewster Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Maryland's 2nd congressional district 1963–1985 Succeeded by Helen Delich Bentley

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Maryland's delegation(s) to the 88th–98th United States Congresses (ordered by seniority)

88th Senate: Beall • Brewster House: Fallon • Garmatz • Friedel • Lankford • Mathias • Morton • Long • Sickles

89th Senate: Brewster • Tydings House: Fallon • Garmatz • Friedel • Mathias • Morton • Long • Sickles • Machen

90th Senate: Brewster • Tydings House: Fallon • Garmatz • Friedel • Mathias • Morton • Long • Machen • Gude

91st Senate: Tydings • Mathias House: Fallon • Garmatz • Friedel • Morton • Long • Gude • Hogan • Beall

92nd Senate: Mathias • Beall House: Garmatz • Long • Gude • Hogan • Byron • Mitchell • Mills • Sarbanes

93rd Senate: Mathias • Beall House: Long • Gude • Hogan • Byron • Mitchell • Sarbanes • Holt • Bauman

94th Senate: Mathias • Beall House: Long • Gude • Byron • Mitchell • Sarbanes • Holt • Bauman • Spellman

95th Senate: Mathias • Sarbanes House: Long • Byron • Mitchell • Holt • Bauman • Spellman • Mikulski • Steers

96th Senate: Mathias • Sarbanes House: Long • Mitchell • Holt • Bauman • Spellman • Mikulski • Barnes • Byron

97th Senate: Mathias • Sarbanes House: Long • Mitchell • Holt • Spellman (until Feb. 1981) • Mikulski • Barnes • Byron • Dyson • Hoyer (from May 1981)

98th Senate: Mathias • Sarbanes House: Long • Mitchell • Holt • Mikulski • Barnes • Byron • Dyson • Hoyer

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 95374996 LCCN: no97010235 ISNI: 0000 0001 1452 4719 GND: 133957799 SUDOC: 074495194 BIBSYS: 4008490 US Congress: L000413 SNAC: w63x8tzk

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