Long, Catherine Small (1924–)
Long, Catherine Small (1924–)
American politician. Born Feb 7, 1924, in Dayton, Ohio; m. Gillis W. Long (1923–1985, lawyer and politician); Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, BA, 1948.
Served as US Navy pharmacist's mate; was staff assistant to Senator Wayne Morse of Oregon and Representative James G. Polk of Ohio; was a delegate to Democratic National Conventions (1980, 1984); was a member of the Louisiana State Democratic Financial Council and State central committee, and Democratic leadership council; when husband died (Jan 20, 1985), after serving 8 terms as representative from Louisiana's 8th District, stood for his seat in a special election; served as Democrat member of the 99th US Congress (Mar 30, 1985–Jan 3, 1987); co-sponsored the Economic Equity Act of 1985, which secured pension and health benefits for women; supported economic sanctions against South Africa and was a proponent of aid for Nicaraguan refugees.
See also Women in World History.
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