Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Constance A. Morella (1931- )
MSA SC 3520-2101

Sources:


Books -

Maryland Manual 1985-1986.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1985.

Papenfuse, Edward C., ed.  Archives of Maryland New Series I:  An Historical List of Public Officials of Maryland.  Vol. 1: 1632 - 1990.
        Annapolis:  Maryland State Archives, 1990.

Who's Who in America 1988-1989.  Wilmette, IL:  Marquis Who's Who, 1988.

Who's Who in American Politics 1991-1992 13th ed.  New Providence, New Jersey:  R.R. Bowker, 1992.


Newspaper articles (in chronological order) -

Richburg, Keith B. “Montgomery’s Morella Plays Down Her Party.” Washington Post, August 1, 1982.

“The Montgomery County 8th,” Baltimore Sun, August 22, 1986.

Frenkiel, Nora. “AMERICAN SUCCESS STORY: Congress is the new payoff for immigrants’ daughter.” Baltimore Sun, April 19, 1987.

Pianin, Eric. “In Her First Six Months, Morella Asserts Her Independence: Morella ‘Strays From The Reservation’.” Washington Post, June 28, 1987.

Merida, Kevin. “House Approves Bill to Combat Violence at Abortion Clinics.” Washington Post, November 19, 1993.

Milgram, Donna. “Connie Morella: Niceness Is Not Powerlessness.” Washington Post, April 1, 1995.

Childress, Deirde M. “Moredate Morella Feels Tug of Republican Agenda.” Washington Post, November 16, 1995.

Yang, John E. “House Votes Repeal of Assault-Gun Ban; Gingrich Fulfills Promise to NRA.” Washington Post, March 23, 1996.

Yang, John E. “House Sends Clinton Curb on Abortions; Late-Term Method Would Be Banned,” Washington Post, March 28, 1996.

Hsu, Spencer S. “Morella Opposes Removal; Others From Area Split on Party Lines.” Washington Post, December 19, 1998.

"Connie Morella's road to her impeachment vote." The Baltimore Sun, 28 December 1998.

Brigid Schulte, “For Morella, Independence Carries a Cost; Supporters Wave in High-Stakes Race,” Washington Post, October 15, 2002.

"GOP's Morella launches campaign." The Baltimore Sun, 12 May 2002.

Berker, Jeff and Andrew A. Green.  "Ruppersberger beats Bentley; Morella falls to Van Hollen."  The Baltimore Sun, 6 November 2002.

"Van Hollen Ousts Morella." The Washington Post, 6 November 2002.

Barker, Jeff.  "Morella reflects on 16 years in House."  The Baltimore Sun, 7 November 2002.

"Sad but Stoical, Morella Is Trying to Understand." The Washington Post, 7 November 2002.

"Love Flows for Morella at Tribute." The Washington Post, 30 January 2003.

"Bush Offers Morella a Ticket to Paris." The Washington Post, 12 July 2003.

Timothy R. Smith, “Whatever Happened to…Maryland Rep. Connie Morella,” Washington Post, October 20, 2011

Other sources -

Maryland's Top 100 Women, The Daily Record, 2003.


Web Sources -

Biographical Dictionary of the United States Congress On-Line.  "Morella, Constance A."
http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M000941

Maryland Manual On-Line


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