Phil M. Landrum, a Georgian who served in Congress for a...

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November 23, 1990

Phil M. Landrum, a Georgian who served in Congress for a quarter-century and helped write landmark legislation intended to curb union corruption, died Monday of congestive heart failure at a hospital in Jasper, Ga. He was 83 and lived in Jasper. A Democrat, Mr. Landrum was elected to the House of Representatives from Georgia's 9th Congressional District in 1952 and served until he retired in 1977.

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