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In the early s, Mr. Dingell engaged in an epic battle with David Baltimore, a Nobel laureate, over allegations of faked research in a paper that Dr.
Baltimore had co-written. Baltimore was not accused of fraud but of misplaced loyalty to his co-author, and the controversy forced him to resign as president of Rockefeller University in In he was vindicated by an appeals board at the National Institutes of Health; the scientific community widely agreed that the paper contained errors, but that it had not been intentionally fraudulent.
Bernadine Healy , then the director of the N. Back in Michigan, Mr. Dingell served the politically disparate needs of his district, which spanned the blue-collar, Roman Catholic neighborhoods of autoworkers in Monroe and Wayne Counties and the tony neighborhoods surrounding the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The district was almost all white and heavily Polish as was Mr.
An avid hunter — he kept fish and game trophies in his office, including that of a pound boar he reportedly killed with only a pistol — Mr. This put him at odds with many Democrats, particularly gun-control advocates from urban areas like Detroit, but hunting was important to his working-class constituents. Similarly, he supported the Vietnam War until , after many Democrats had stopped. And his voting record was largely anti-abortion, with the abortion rights group Naral giving him a 30 percent rating in At the same time, Mr.
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Dingell appeased some liberals by supporting civil rights legislation, though he opposed expanding school desegregation to Detroit suburbs via mandatory busing. He supported equal rights for women and some environmental measures.
But his chief constituency was the auto industry, and Mr. Dingell was among its most stalwart champions.
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He viewed taking care of the industry as one of his primary legislative responsibilities. He advocated bailouts of General Motors and Chrysler and long staved off calls for tougher emissions and fuel economy standards. I was sent down here to look after the welfare of that district and the people I serve.
The industry contributed substantially to his re-election campaigns. And he and his wife accumulated millions in General Motors holdings in the early s through her affiliation with the company — she was an heir to the Fisher brothers, who founded the Fisher Body company and later sold it to General Motors, and for many years a GM lobbyist.
This coziness with the industry played a role in his losing the chairmanship of the energy committee: In a devastating defeat for Mr. Dingell , a younger colleague, Representative Henry Waxman of California, toppled him in Opponents had argued that Mr.
John Dingell, the Longest-Serving Member of Congress
Dingell, then 82, was too protective of the industry and moving too slowly on related issues like climate change. Still, Mr. Dingell had a strong record on other environmental matters.