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Americans for Generational Equity

ORGANIZATION

"Americans for Generational Equity is the U.S. chapter of the Alliance for Generational Equity. AGE was formed... to advance public understanding of the stakes of younger and future generations in pending changes to the social contract, which will occur as America accommodates the baby boom generationís retirement. Although society's youngest members are major stakeholders in this transition, their effective representation depends uniquely on the good will of informed older generations. To this end, we conduct programs designed to measure and communicate their interests to policy makers and the wider electorate."

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Durenberger
Politician
19-Aug-1934   US Senator from Minnesota, 1978-95
William E. Frenzel
Politician
31-Jul-1928   Congressman from Minnesota, 1971-91
J. Bennett Johnston
Politician
10-Jun-1932   US Senator from Louisiana, 1972-97
James R. Jones
Diplomat
5-May-1939   US Ambassador to Mexico, 1993-97
Richard Lamm
Politician
12-Sep-1935   Governor of Colorado, 1975-87
Jim Moody
Politician
2-Sep-1935   Congressman from Wisconsin, 1983-93
Sandra Day O'Connor
Judge
26-Mar-1930   US Supreme Court Justice, 1981-2006
William Ruckelshaus
Government
24-Jul-1932   Twice EPA administrator
George Shultz
Government
13-Dec-1920   US Secretary of State, 1982-89
Marc I. Stern
Business
c. 1944   Chairman, GIMS North America
John C. Whitehead
Business
2-Apr-1922   US Deputy Secretary of State, 1985-89


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