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Tom McCall

American politician

Tom McCall is ...


Born 22 March 1913 in Scituate
Died 8 January 1983 in Portland
Age 69 years, 10 months
Cause prostate cancer

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship United States of America
Manner of death natural causes
Occupation politician and journalist
Position held Governor of Oregon

About Tom McCall

Tom McCall was a larger-than-life figure in Oregon politics, known for his environmental activism and progressive policies. Born in 1913 in Massachusetts, McCall moved to Oregon in the 1930s and quickly became involved in politics. He served as a state representative and senator before being elected governor in 1966.

During his two terms as governor, McCall championed environmental causes, pushing for strict land-use regulations and protections for the state's natural resources. He also supported progressive policies like the decriminalization of marijuana and the establishment of a state-run health care system.

McCall's legacy in Oregon is still felt today, with many of his policies still in place and his name adorning parks and buildings throughout the state. He passed away in 1983, but his impact on Oregon politics and the environmental movement continues to be felt.


- "Tom McCall: A Legacy of Leadership" by Brent Walth, Oregon Historical Society Press, 1994

- "Tom McCall and the Oregon Story" by Floyd J. McKay, Oregon State University Press, 2018

- "Tom McCall: Maverick Republican" by Richard M. Hanneman, Oregon State University Press, 2005

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