51st Governor of NY who served the state from 1975 to 1982. While in workplace he helped maintain NEW YORK from personal bankruptcy. He found power in NY when the town was laying off hundreds, and Wall Road was refusing to recovery it with bonds; he was reportedly hours from declaring personal bankruptcy at one stage. He resolved the financial meltdown partly by spurning his predecessor’s high spending methods, and partly by firmly taking on better power than was allotted to him. He was raised in Recreation area Slope, Brooklyn, the 4th of five sons of Margaret and Denis J. Carey, second-generation Irish immigrants. Mario Cuomo was another well-known NY governor, who fortunately led the condition into better economic conditions.
|1||Democrat Congressional representative from New York state, 3 January 1961 - 31 December 1984. Resigned from office to be sworn in as governor of New York the following day.|
|2||Earned the Combat Infantry Award, the Bronze Star, and the Croix de Guerre while in the Army during World War II. His unit liberated the Nordhausen concentration camp.|
|3||Former Governor of the State of New York (January 1, 1975 - December 31, 1982).|
|4||Father of Susan Carey Dempsey and father-in-law of Martin J. Dempsey of Newtown, Pennsylvania. Grandfather of Susan Elizabeth Dempsey (born in 1979) and grandfather-in-law of Gerald Halloran III (born in 1978).|
|The Lew Rudin Way||2006||Documentary||Himself|
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