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Mansfield, Michael Joseph

Born: 1903 AD
Died: 2001 AD
Nationality: N/A
Categories: Senator

1903 – Born on the 16th of March in New York City, U.S.A.

1918 – He joined the United States Navy.

1927 – He attended at Montana School of Mines.]

1934 – He graduated at University of Montana with a degree of Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts.

1942 – He was a Professor of Latin American and Far Eastern History at the University of Montana and a

            member of the American Federation of Teachers.

1943 – He became a member of the Democratic Party in the U.S. House of Representatives.

1953 – He became a member at United States Senate.

1961 – He served as a Majority Leader in Senate.

1976 – He retired from the U.S. Senate.

1977 – He was appointed by President Jimmy Carter (39th President of the U.S.) as a Ambassador to Japan.

1989 – He received the "United States Military Academy Sylvanus Thayer Award".

1990 – He received the "Presidential Medal of Freedom" one of the two highest Civilian Award.

2001 – He died on the 5th of October at the age of 98.