PAUL E. TSONGAS
BIOGRAPHIC NOTE
 
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BORN: February 14, 1941 - Lowell, MA
DIED: January 18, 1997 – Lowell, MA
   
FAMILY: wife - Nicola (Niki) Sauvage Tsongas
children - Asley, Katina, and Molly, daughters
   
POSITIONS:
   
1990-1989 Counsel: Foley, Hoag & Eliot Boston MA
1989-1991 Chairman: Massachusetts Board of Regents of Higher Education
 
ELECTIVE OFFICES:
 
1978-1984         US Senator, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1974-1978         US Congressmen, Fifth District, Commonwealth of 
                             Massachusetts
1972-1978         Commissioner, Middlesex County
1969-1972         City Counselor, Lowell, Massachusetts
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
 
1985-1989         Partner, Foley, Hoag & Eliot
1971-1974         Private Law Practice
1969-1971         Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Massachusetts
1966-1967         Congressional Intern with Congressman F. Brad Morse, 
                             R-MA (summer)
 
VOLUNTEER SERVICE:
 
1967-1968         Peace Corps, Training Coordinator, West Indies
1962-1964         Peace Corps, Volunteer, Ethiopia
 
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN:
 
1991-1992
 
PUBLICATIONS:
 
The Road from Here, Liberalism and Rrealities in the 1980’s
    New York: Alfred Knopf, 1981.

Heading Home.  New York: Alfred Knoph, 1984.

A Call to Economic Arms.  Tsongas for President Committee, 1991.

Journey of Purpose: Reflections on the Presidency, Multiculturalism, and 
    Third Parties. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1995.
 
LEGACIES:
 
The Concord Coalition
Kaufman (Mico) Statue: “Homage to Women”
Kittredge Park
The Lowell Plan
The Lowell Spinners
The Tsongas Arena
Tsongas Industrial History Center

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