Paul S. Sarbanes
MSA SC 3520-2169
Maryland Manual 1991-1992. Annapolis: The Maryland State Archives, 1991.
Papenfuse, Edward C., ed. Archives of Maryland New Series I:
An Historical List of Public Officials of Maryland. Vol. 1: 1632
Annapolis: Maryland State Archives, 1990.
Who's Who in American Politics 1991-1992. 13th ed. New Providence, New Jersey: R.R. Bowker, 1992.
Newspaper articles -
"Paul Sarbanes, of Salisbury, Rhodes Scholar; Area gets 2," The Baltimore Sun, December 14, 1953.
"Princeton Honors Shore Man, Due Rhodes Scholarship," The Evening Sun, February 22, 1954.
"Princeton Honors 'Shore Student," The Baltimore Sun, February 26, 1954.
[Paul Sarbanes becomes assistant to Walter Heller, chairman of President Kennedy's Counsel of Economic Advisors], The Baltimore Sun, September 22, 1962.
Saundra Saperstein, "Sarbanes Picks 2 as U.S. Judges: Woman, Black Picked as Judges; Senator Selects Black, Woman After Own Investigation," The Washington Post, January 17, 1979
Barbara Palmer, "What Ever Happened to Paul Sarbanes?,"Baltimore Magazine, July 1979 vol. 72, no. 7.
Saundra Saperstein, " Courting the Campaign Contribution; Being on 'Hit List' -Boon for Sarbanes; Conservative Bid to Defeat Him Gives Sarbanes Campaign Lift," The Washington Post, March 21, 1982, Metro sec. B1.
Richard Cohen, "Would All the Liberals Please Stand Up," The Washington Post, May 10, 1981, Metro sec. C1.
Dale Russakoff, " NCPAC Bid to Beat Him Proves Boon to Sarbanes; Sarbanes Aided by Campaign to Defeat Him," The Washington Post,November 16, 1981, First Section A1.
Michael Barone, ""Two Men Who Did It Their Own Way," The Washington Post, September 28, 1982, Op-Ed sec. A19.
Saundra Saperstein, "Sarbanes: Brainy Liberal Helped by NCPAC Attack," The Washington Post, October 25, 1982, First Section A1.
Doug Birch, "The 'invisible senator' prevails quietly," The Baltimore Sun,January 31, 1988, A1.
Doug Birch, "Sarbanes Prefers to Work the details backstage," The Baltimore Sun, February 1 1988, A1.
Doug Birch, "Sacrifice and determination mark Sarbanes' lifestyle," The Baltimore Sun, February 2 1988.
Eric Painin,"'Invisible' Sarbanes Called Unbeatable in Race," The Baltimore Sun, February 22, 1988, A1.
Bruce L. Bortz, "The Senate's Professor, the President's Tutor," The Baltimore Sun, February 24, 1994, Editorial sec. 11A.
Charles Babington, "Sarbanes Disputes the Theory of Relative Senate Success," The Washington Post, October 30, 1994, Metro sec. D1.
Michael Olesker, "Sarbanes carries the torch FDR lighted long ago," The Baltimore Sun, October 30, 1994, Local sec. 1B.
Editor, "salmagundi," The Baltimore Sun, March 20, 1995, Editorial sec. 6A.
Capital News Service, "Morella, Sarbanes push for King memorial," The Baltimore Sun, April 5, 1995, Telegraph sec. 1A.
John B. O'Donnell and Jonathan Bor, "Sarbanes undergoes cancer surgery," The Baltimore Sun, August 26, 1995, Local sec. 2B.
"Sarbanes opens new Shore office,"The Somerset Herald," January 7, 1998.
David Folkenflik, "Sarbanes Expresses doubt about the way House built case against Clinton," The Baltimore Sun, January 13, 1999, Nation sec.
Editor, "Once again, Sarbanes proves pundits wrong,"The Baltimore Sun, February 7, 1999, Editorial sec. 3C.
David Folkenflik, "A familiar name, little-known record; Senator: Maryland voters have kept Paul S. Sarbanes in Congress the past 28 years, but few can say what he has been doing there," (pdf file) The Baltimore Sun, March 15, 1999, Telegraph sec. 1A.
Lori Montgomery, "For Sarbanes, Leading with Strong Left," The Washington Post, October 15, 2000, C1.
Editor, "Paul Sarbanes for fifth Senate term; Democrat: His effective leadership has gotten Baltimore and Maryland what they want," The Baltimore Sun, October 23, 2000, Editorial sec. 16A.
Lori Montgomery, "MARYLAND NOTEBOOK; Sarbanes-Rappaport Forum A Matter of Great Debate," The Washington Post, October 26, 2000, Montgomery Extra sec. M12.
Lori Montgomery, "An Abiding Dedication to Politics," The Washington Post, November 1, 2000, Metro sec. B1.
Rachel Brown, "Rappaport vs. Sarbanes: Both Running on Incumbant's Record in Senate Race," The Daily Record, November 4, 2000, 5A.
Lori Montgomery, "Sarbanes Easily Wins Fifth Term," The Washington Post, November 8, 2000.
Editor, "Time is now for Md.'s senators,"The Daily Record, June 2, 2001, 23A.
Todd Karpovich, "Sarbanes Takes Graham's Seat," The Daily Record, June 6, 2001, 7A.
Karen Hosler, "A slow path to audit reform; Politics: Some say Maryland Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes is moving too slowly to protect investors in the wake of the Enron scandal. To others, his painstaking approach is just the ticket," The Baltimore Sun, June 5, 2002, Telegraph sec. 2A, Sun Journal.
Theo Lippman Jr., "With Seniority, Sarbance rises,"The Baltimore Sun, September 29, 2002.
Abigail Green, "Baltimoreans of the Year," Baltimore Magazine, January 2003, vol. 96, no. 1.
Julie Hirschfeld Davis, " "For Sarbanes, the grumbling was expected; Author: The Maryland senator is far from upset when corporate types complain how much work the Sarbanes-Oxley act has created for them," The Baltimore Sun, July 29, 2003, Business sec. 1D.
Meg Richards, "One year later: Landmark legislation ripples through corporate America," The Daily Record, August 1, 2003, 23A.
Marcy Gordon, "Authors: Good start but too soon to assess the impact," The Daily Record, August 1, 2003, 25A.
Howard Libit, "Sarbanes proposes panel for bay money," The Baltimore Sun, November 20, 2003.
Candus Thomson, " Smith would have been first to grab paddle, try Chesapeake water trail," The Baltimore Sun, February 20, 2005, Sports sec. 10D.
Laura Smitherman,"Honesty requires a lot of paperwork," The Baltimore Sun, March 16, 2005, Business sec.
Paul Sarbanes, "A Senator to Run On, Not from, His Record," The Baltimore Sun, November 3, 1993, Editorial sec. 23A.
Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes, "I'm Reading...," The Baltimore Sun, June 11, 1995, Perspectives sec. 4J.
Paul Sarbanes, "Interest rates must stay put," The Baltimore Sun, May 19, 1998, Editorial sec. 11A.
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