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Center for the Study of the Presidency

ORGANIZATION

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

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Abshire
Government
11-Apr-1926   US Ambassador to NATO, 1983-87
Wayne L. Berman
Activist
8-Nov-1956   Washington lobbyist
Robert A. Day
Business
1943   Billionaire, Founder of TCW
Diana Lady Dougan
Diplomat
13-Jan-1943   Former US Ambassador
Bradford M. Freeman
Business
1942   Freeman Spogli & Co.
David Gergen
Columnist
9-May-1942   Advisor to Nixon, Reagan, Bush, Clinton
Doris Kearns Goodwin
Historian
4-Jan-1943   Team of Rivals
C. Boyden Gray
Government
6-Feb-1943   Conservative activist, lobbyist
Chuck Hagel
Politician
4-Oct-1946   US Senator from Nebraska, 1997-2009
Joseph R. Hardiman
Business
c. 1938   CEO of NASDAQ, 1987-97
Max Kampelman
Diplomat
7-Nov-1920   US Ambassador to the CSCE
Mark J. Kington
Business
c. 1959   X-10 Capital Management
Donald Marron
Business
21-Jul-1934   PaineWebber CEO
Richard T. McCormack
Diplomat
6-Mar-1941   US Ambassador to the OAS, 1985-89
Mack McLarty
Government
14-Jun-1946   White House Chief of Staff, 1993-94
Ed Meese
Government
2-Dec-1931   Attorney General under Reagan, 1985-88
Norman Ornstein
Author
14-Oct-1948   American Enterprise Institute
Edward Perkins
Diplomat
8-Jun-1928   US Ambassador to Australia, 1993-96
Tom Ridge
Politician
26-Aug-1945   US Secretary of Homeland Security, 2003-04
Chuck Robb
Politician
26-Jun-1939   US Senator from Virginia, 1989-2001
David Rothkopf
Author
24-Dec-1955   Superclass
Togo West
Government
21-Jun-1942   US Secretary of the Army, Veterans Affairs


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