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Term: Moody, Jim 1935

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(Dem.), 5th Congressional District Born Sept. 2, 1935; married. B.A. Haverford College; M.P.A. Harvard U. JFK School; Ph.D. in economics U. of Calif.-Berkeley. Former employment: railroad locomotive fireman; carpenter-home repairman; CARL representative in Yugoslavia and Iran; Peace Corps representative in Pakistan; loan officer, Agency for Inter national Development; economic analyst, U.S. Dept. of Transportation; asst. prof. of economics, UW-Milwaukee; visiting lecturer UW-Madison. Member: Amer. Economics Assn.; Natl. Tax Assn.; Transportation Research Board; Common Cause; League of Women Voters; Council on Foreign Relations; National Economists Club. State legislative service: Elected to Assembly 1976 and to Senate 1978. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives since 1982. Congressional memberships: U.S.-Soviet Strategic Arms Reduction Talks, Congressional delegate (since 100th Cong.); Congressional Coalition on Population and Development (chairperson since 99th Cong.). Committee assignments: 102nd Congress - Ways and Means (since 100th Cong.); 99th Congress - Public Works and Transportation (also 98th Congress); Interim and Insular Affairs (also 98th Congress). Telephones: Washington office: (202) 225-3571; District office: (414) 291-1331. Voting address: 2413 North Fratney St., Milwaukee 53212. Mailing addresses: Washington office: 1019 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-4905; District office: 135 W. Wells, Suite 618, Milwaukee 53203. (Blue Book 1991-92)

The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Jim Moody Papers for details.

[Source: Blue book]
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