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Paul Tsongas
Vintage; 1st Vintage Books ed edition (December 12, 1985)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The author recounts his struggle with cancer, its effects on his life and family, and his decision to leave his promising political career as senator from Massachusetts to be with and care for his family.

Paul Efthemios Tsongas (/ˈsɒŋɡəs/; February 14, 1941 – January 18, 1997) was an American politician. He represented Massachusetts in both houses of the United States Congress, holding office from 1975 to 1985. He won eight states as a candidate in the 1992 Democratic presidential primaries, losing the nomination to Bill Clinton. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, Tsongas graduated from Dartmouth College, Yale Law School and the Kennedy School of Government.

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Paul E Tsongas, former United States Senator from Massachusetts who was candidate in 1992 Democratic Presidential campaign, dies at age 55; his career discussed; photo (M. After leaving the Presidential race, Mr. Tsongas practiced law and, with former Senator Warren Rudman of New Hampshire, a Republican, helped start the Concord Coalition, a nonprofit group that focused attention on the budget deficit and other economic problems. He also remained active in public affairs in his home state.

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Paul Tsongas, Dartmouth Class of 1962, was an American politician from Massachusetts. Tsongas also wrote the books, The Road from Here: Liberalism and Realities in the 1980's and Heading Home. He served in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, and even ran for President in 1992, ultimately losing the Democratic nomination to Bill Clinton. Until his loss to Bill Clinton, Tsongas had never lost an election. Tsongas was known for his work on the foreign Relations Committee, particularly on issues of importance to Central America and Africa. Hometown Recalls Paul Tsongas as Hero Who Inspired Renewal and Pride.