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Center for American Progress

ORGANIZATION

Liberal think tank founded by John Podesta, former Bill Clinton Chief-of-Staff. Among the fun features presented on their website has been "Contractopoly: The Game of Global Economic Manipulation".

Official Website:
http://www.americanprogress.org/

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eric Alterman
Columnist
14-Jan-1960   The Nation columnist
P. J. Crowley
Diplomat
28-Jul-1951   State Department Spokesman, 2009-11
Tom Daschle
Politician
9-Dec-1947   US Senator from South Dakota, 1987-2005
Martha J. Farah
Psychologist
c. 1955   Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, UPenn
Richard Freeman
Economist
29-Jun-1943   Labor economist
Arianna Huffington
Columnist
15-Jul-1950   The Huffington Post
Lawrence J. Korb
Author
9-Jul-1939   The Joint Chiefs of Staff
Carl Malamud
Author
1959   Founder of Internet Multicasting Service
Denis McDonough
Government
2-Dec-1969   Deputy National Security Advisor
Matthew Miller
Columnist
c. 1962   The Two Percent Solution
Jonathan D. Moreno
Scholar
11-Jun-1952   Undue Risk
John Podesta
Government
c. 1949   Ex-Clinton Deputy Chief of Staff
Hilary Rosen
Lobbyist
22-Oct-1958   CEO of the RIAA, 1998-2003
Herbert Sandler
Philanthropist
16-Nov-1931   Golden West Financial
Marion O. Sandler
Philanthropist
17-Oct-1930 1-Jun-2012 Golden West Financial
George Soros
Business
12-Aug-1930   Financial speculator
Gene Sperling
Economist
24-Dec-1958   Chief Economic Advisor, 1996-2000
Neera Tanden
Government
1970   Center for American Progress
Ruy Teixeira
Author
c. 1955   The Emerging Democratic Majority
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
Politician
4-Jul-1951   Lt. Governor of Maryland, 1995-2003
Alex Wagner
Journalist
c. 1977   Now with Alex Wagner
Matthew Yglesias
Blogger
18-May-1981   Big Media Matt


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