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End of the Electoral Line for a Maryland Maverick
Again Heeding Own Drummer, Mathias Won't Seek Reelection
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Author: By Donald P. Baker Washington Post Staff Writer
Date: Sep 29, 1985
Start Page: C1
Pages: 2

A visitor ushered into the senator's private office Friday in the Russell Building would have been hard pressed to identify its occupant by party affiliation: There were busts of Lincoln and Kennedy; pictures of his children with Presidents Eisenhower, Johnson and Ford, and of the senator with former colleagues Frank Church and Mike Mansfield, and pens commemorating passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and a 1976 bill limiting presidential power.

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