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Meese Commission

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Officially referred to as the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Antonovich
Politician
12-Aug-1939   LA County Board of Supervisors
Dennis DeConcini
Politician
8-May-1937   US Senator from Arizona, 1977-95
Alan Dershowitz
Attorney
1-Sep-1938   Lawyer, represented Klaus von Bulow
James Dobson
Radio Personality
21-Apr-1936   Focus on the Family
Andrea Dworkin
Activist
26-Sep-1946 9-Apr-2005 Anti-pornography activist
Stephen Goldsmith
Politician
12-Dec-1946   Mayor of Indianapolis 1992-99
Al Goldstein
Business
10-Jan-1936   Founder of Screw magazine
C. Everett Koop
Government
14-Oct-1916   US Surgeon General, 1982-89
Linda Lovelace
Pornstar
10-Jan-1949 22-Apr-2002 Pornstar turned anti-porn activist
Barry Lynn
Activist
1948   Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Catharine MacKinnon
Activist
7-Oct-1946   Anti-pornography activist
Mitch McConnell
Politician
20-Feb-1942   US Senator from Kentucky
Ed Meese
Government
2-Dec-1931   Attorney General under Reagan, 1985-88
Alfred Regnery
Publisher
21-Nov-1942   The American Spectator
Judith Reisman
Author
11-Apr-1935   Hates Kinsey
Bruce Ritter
Religion
25-Feb-1927 7-Oct-1999 Disgraced priest
William V. Roth, Jr.
Politician
22-Jul-1921 13-Dec-2003 US Senator from Delaware, 1971-2001
Alan Sears
Activist
?   CEO, Alliance Defense Fund
Arlen Specter
Politician
12-Feb-1930   US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1981-2011
Jack Valenti
Business
5-Sep-1921 26-Apr-2007 Presidential advisor, headed the MPAA
William Webster
Government
6-Mar-1924   FBI Director 1978-87, CIA Director 1987-91
Frank Wolf
Politician
30-Jan-1939   Congressman, Virginia 10th


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