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Moynihan, Daniel Patrick Syllabification: Moy·ni·han, Daniel Patrick
Pronunciation: /ˈmoi-nəˌhan/

Definition of Moynihan, Daniel Patrick in English:

( 1927–2003), US politician and educator. He taught at various colleges before serving in the US senate 1977–2001 as a Democrat from New York. He wrote The Negro Family: The Case for National Action (1965).

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