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Karl Earl Mundt (1900 - 1974) was a U.S. educator and a Republican United States Senator from South Dakota from 1948 to 1973. He was preceded by Harlan J. Bushfield, and was followed by James Abourezk.


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Karl Earl Mundt (1900 - 1974) was an American educator and a Republican United States Senator from South Dakota from 1948 to 1973.
Before entering politics, Senator Mundt worked as a teacher of social science and speech (1924-27), and as superintendent of schools in Bryant, South Dakota from 1924-1927.
Karl Mundt was a founder and President of the National Forensics League, a high school honor society promoting speech and debate activities.
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A native of South Dakota, Karl E. Mundt was born in Humboldt, South Dakota, June 4, 1900.
As a culmination of his career, the Karl E. Mundt Library was built and dedicated June 3, 1969 on the campus of Dakota State University.
Karl E. Mundt was a progressive leader who worked to protect the available resources of the country while utilizing them to their full potential.
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