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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Bauer
Government
4-May-1946   Family Research Council
Terrel H. Bell
Educator
11-Nov-1921 22-Jun-1996 US Secretary of Education, 1981-85
Albert H. Bowker
Educator
8-Sep-1919 20-Jan-2008 Chancellor of UC Berkeley, 1971-80
Ramon C. Cortines
Educator
c. 1932   Prominent schools superintendent
Justin Dart, Jr.
Activist
29-Aug-1930 22-Jun-2002 Father of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Michelle Easton
Government
12-Aug-1950   Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute
Patricia A. Graham
Educator
1935   Dean of Harvard GSE, 1982-91
Lanny Griffith
Lobbyist
13-Aug-1951   Lobbyist, Barbour Griffith & Rogers
John H. Hager
Politician
28-Aug-1936   Lt. Governor of Virginia, 1998-2002
David T. Kearns
Business
11-Aug-1930 25-Feb-2011 CEO of Xerox, 1985-91
Martha Elizabeth Keys
Politician
10-Aug-1930   Congresswoman from Kansas, 1975-79
Madeleine M. Kunin
Politician
28-Sep-1933   Governor of Vermont, 1985-91
Mark Levin
Activist
21-Sep-1957   Landmark Legal Foundation
Goodwin Liu
Attorney
1970   Boalt Hall law professor
Thomas W. Luce III
Attorney
c. 1940   Former Partner, Hughes & Luce
Margaret A. McKenna
Educator
c. 1946   President of Lesley University, 1985-2007
Steven A. Minter
Government
c. 1939   Cleveland Foundation, 1984-2003
Diane Ravitch
Government
1-Jul-1938   Education reformer
Peter W. Schramm
Activist
23-Dec-1946   Executive Director, Ashbrook Center
Peter Thiel
Business
11-Oct-1967   Co-Founder of PayPal
Clarence Thomas
Judge
23-Jun-1948   US Supreme Court Justice
John Walters
Government
c. 1951   American Drug Czar, 2001-2009
Timothy E. Wirth
Politician
22-Sep-1939   US Senator from Colorado, 1987-93


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