US politician and Aryan supremacist president of National Association for the Advancement of White People 1980-1990 (NAAWP) Populist presidential candidate 1988 member of Louisiana house of representatives 1989-1992 imprisoned 2003-2004 for tax and mail fraud 2.6 / 5 ( ..
US actress and Democratic politician Representative from California 1945-1951 Democratic candidate for Senate from California 1950, but defeated by Richard Nixon in bitter general election appointed by Lyndon Johnson to lead US delegation to presidential inauguration ceremony of William Tubman of Liberia 1964 wife of Melvyn Douglas 1931 2.5 / 5 ..
US Democratic politician Representative from South Carolina 1947-1949, 1951-1975 chairman of House Veterans Affairs Committee 1973-1975 2.8 / 5 ( ..
1911 – Born on June 4th in Montenegro, Yugoslavia. Montenegrin Yugoslavian Communist revolutionary and dissident. 1932 – He became a member of the Yugoslav Communist Party while studying at Belgrade University. 1933-1936 – Was imprisoned for his political activities. 1938 – Djilas was elected to the Central Committee of the Party and two years later ..
US Democratic politician mayor of New York City 1990-1994 (1st black New York City mayor) 1.7 / 5 (..
Northern Irish activist and socialist politician supporter of unification of Northern Ireland with Irish Republic youngest woman ever elected to British Parliament 1969 3 / 5 ( ..
1904 – He was born on the 22nd day of August this year in Xixian in Paifang village, Xiexing Township, Guang’an County. 1920 – He graduated from the Chongqing Preparatory School. 1922 – He joined the Chinese Communist Youth League in Europe. 1924 – He joined the Chinese Communist Party and became ..
US railroad businessman, lawyer, orator, philanthropist, and Republican politician Senator from New York 1899-1911 2.9 / 5 (..
US Republican politician Representative from Texas 1985– House majority whip 1995-2003 House majority leader 2003-2005 2.6 / 5 ( ..
US physician and Democratic politician member of Vermont house of representatives 1983-1986 lieutenant governor of Vermont 1986-1991 governor of Vermont 1991-2003 signed bill creating civil unions for homosexual couples 2000 candidate for Democratic presidential nomination 2004 leading opponent of US war with Iraq chairman of Democratic National Committee ..