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Committee for the Liberation of Iraq

ORGANIZATION

Existed briefly from 2002 until the invasion of Iraq in 2003. "The Committee for the Liberation of Iraq was formed to promote regional peace, political freedom, and international security by replacing the Saddam Hussein regime with a democratic government that respects the rights of the Iraqi people and ceases to threaten the community of nations."

Founding Date:
2002

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Evan Bayh
Politician
26-Dec-1955   US Senator from Indiana, 1999-2011
Carl Bildt
Head of State
15-Jul-1949   Foreign Minister of Sweden
Newt Gingrich
Politician
17-Jun-1943   Speaker of the House, 1995-99
James P. Hoffa
Labor Leader
19-May-1941   Jimmy Hoffa's son
Bruce Jackson
Government
?   Project on Transitional Democracies
Robert Kagan
Government
26-Sep-1958   Influential neocon, cofounded PNAC
Bob Kerrey
Politician
27-Aug-1943   Governor and Senator from Nebraska
Jeane Kirkpatrick
Government
19-Nov-1926 7-Dec-2006 Reagan's UN Ambassador
Bill Kristol
Columnist
23-Dec-1952   Editor of The Weekly Standard
Bernard Lewis
Scholar
31-May-1916   Middle East scholar
Joseph Lieberman
Politician
24-Feb-1942   US Senator from Connecticut
Barry McCaffrey
Government
17-Nov-1942   White House Drug Czar, 1996-2001
John McCain
Politician
29-Aug-1936   US Senator from Arizona
Richard Perle
Government
16-Sep-1941   Prince of Darkness
Danielle Pletka
Pundit
12-Jun-1963   American Enterprise Institute
Randy Scheunemann
Government
?   Committee for the Liberation of Iraq
George Shultz
Government
13-Dec-1920   US Secretary of State, 1982-89
Stephen Solarz
Politician
12-Sep-1940 29-Nov-2010 Congressman from New York, 1975-93
Leon Wieseltier
Editor
14-Jun-1952   The New Republic
James Woolsey
Government
21-Sep-1941   CIA Director, 1993-95


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