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Two other authors have held the title Lord Longford: the 6th Earl (Edward Pakenham) and the 8th Earl (Thomas Pakenham). However, since neither used the name for publication, the author page for 'Lord Longford' can be kept combined with this page.

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Frank Pakenham met his future wife, Elizabeth Harman, at Oxford, where he graduated with a First in Modern Greats.
Once a Conservative, he became a socialist. He and Elizabeth eventually had 8 children and the whole family converted to the Roman Catholic faith. He had a noted political career, including a Cabinet Ministry, but gained a reputation as an eccentric through his efforts to rehabilitate criminals and enact prison reform.
Disambiguation notice
Two other authors have held the title Lord Longford: the 6th Earl (Edward Pakenham) and the 8th Earl (Thomas Pakenham). However, since neither used the name for publication, the author page for 'Lord Longford' can be kept combined with this page.

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