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Tag Archives: Congressman Cornelius Gallagher
by By CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER Hudson County Congressman Cornelius Gallagher talks about computer ethics, invasion of privacy, and the rise of the technocracy. Originally appeared in Information Technology in a Democracy, edited by Alan F. Westin, Harvard University Press, 1971 … Continue reading
by From New York Magazine, February 17, 1969 By Peter Maas . . . Less inspiring was the swearing-in of the latest Congress. Among those seated without a murmur of dissent was Representative Cornelius Gallagher from Bayonne, New Jersey, just … Continue reading
by Memoirs of Hudson County Originally appeared in Tiger In The Court By Paul Hoffman As election day approached, it was clear that the net was closing on Kenny and his Hudson County cabal. But the Little Guy continued to … Continue reading
Hudson County Congressman Cornelius Gallagher, Jersey City Mayor Thomas Whelan, Council President Thomas Flaherty and the millions in bonds and cash
by In appearance silver-haired, ruddily handsome Congressman Cornelius E. Gallagher is the image of a dedicated public servant.Originally appeared in Tiger In The Court Memoirs of Hudson County By Paul Hoffman A lot of legwork was required to discover where … Continue reading
by In 1964, while he was serving as the cochairman of the Canadian-American Interparliamentary Group, Democrat Gallagher was received warmly by President Johnson at the White House. I once met Congressman Gallagher at a Knights of Columbus hall in the … Continue reading
by Konigsberg struggles in the grip of a detective.A regular customer in my father’s tavern was a friend of Harold “Kayo” Konigsberg. The bar patron related how he was the one who actually removed the body from Congressman Gallagher’s house. … Continue reading
by Decades later, organized crime figures continue to speak in hushed tones about the day someone walked into the home of Hudson County Congressman Cornelius Gallagher and never walked out. by