Congressman Jones has represented the 1st Congressional District of N.C. since 1965. Prior to entering Congress he served in the N.C. General Assembly, as mayor of Farmville, and as recorders court judge. Congressman Jones discusses in detail his life and political career.
Particular emphasis is given to his background and education, N.C. General Assembly activities, and congressional duties. Included are discussions of the E.C.U. University status and medical school controversies, tobacco programs and problems, agricultural committee activities, and state politics. For related material see Collection #285.
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