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America-Israel Friendship League

ORGANIZATION

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

Location:
New York City

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Max Baucus
Politician
11-Dec-1941   US Senator from Montana
Kenneth Bialkin
Attorney
9-Sep-1929   Mergers & Acquisitions lawyer
John Brademas
Politician
2-Mar-1927   Congressman from Indiana, 1959-81
Al D'Amato
Politician
1-Aug-1937   US Senator from New York, 1981-99
Ken Duberstein
Government
21-Apr-1944   Reagan's Chief of Staff, 1988-89
Lawrence Eagleburger
Government
1-Aug-1930 4-Jun-2011 US Secretary of State, 1992-93
Benjamin A. Gilman
Politician
6-Dec-1922   Congressman from New York, 1973-2003
Rudy Giuliani
Politician
28-May-1944   Mayor of New York City, 1994-2001
William H. Gray
Politician
20-Aug-1941   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1979-91
Vernon Jordan
Business
15-Aug-1935   Advisor to Bill Clinton
Jack Kemp
Politician
13-Jul-1935 2-May-2009 American politican, football player
Larry King
Talk Show Host
19-Nov-1933   Larry King Live
Henry Kissinger
Government
27-May-1923   US Secretary of State, 1973-77
Ronald S. Lauder
Business
26-Feb-1944   US Ambassador to Austria, 1986-87
Fred Malek
Government
22-Dec-1936   Thayer Capital Partners
Michael Ovitz
Business
14-Dec-1946   President of Disney, 1995-97
George Shultz
Government
13-Dec-1920   US Secretary of State, 1982-89
Arthur M. Siskind
Business
c. 1938   Former News Corporation executive
Walter P. Stern
Activist
26-Sep-1928   Chairman, Hudson Institute
Paul E. Vallely
Military
c. 1939   Fox News senior military analyst
Herbert S. Wander
Attorney
c. 1935   Katten Muchin Rosenman
Elie Wiesel
Activist
30-Sep-1928   Anti-Holocaust and human-rights activist
Mort Zuckerman
Business
4-Jun-1937   Owner, New York Daily News


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