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Hudson Institute

ORGANIZATION

Conservative thinktank, founded in 1961.

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

Founding Date:
1961

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elliott Abrams
Government
24-Jan-1948   Asst. Secy. of State involved in Iran-Contra
Lamar Alexander
Politician
3-Jul-1940   US Senator from Tennessee
William Bennett
Government
31-Jul-1943   Former Drug Czar and gambling man
Conrad Black
Business
25-Aug-1944   Rapacious newspaper mogul
Frank Blake
Business
c. 1950   CEO of Home Depot
Clint Bolick
Activist
26-Dec-1957   Libertarian school choice activist
Robert Bork
Government
1-Mar-1927   Fired Archibald Cox, later got himself borked
Rudy Boschwitz
Business
7-Nov-1930   US Senator from Minnesota, 1978-91
Richard R. Burt
Diplomat
3-Feb-1947   US Ambassador to Germany, 1985-89
Bruce Chapman
Government
1-Dec-1940   Founder of the Discovery Institute
Mitch Daniels
Politician
7-Apr-1949   Governor of Indiana
Midge Decter
Journalist
25-Jul-1927   Neoconservative maven
Thomas J. Donohue
Business
1938   US Chamber of Commerce
Pete du Pont
Politician
22-Jan-1935   Governor of Delaware, 1977-85
Ken Duberstein
Government
21-Apr-1944   Reagan's Chief of Staff, 1988-89
Craig L. Fuller
Government
c. 1951   Washington lobbyist
Michael Fumento
Author
4-Jan-1960   Conservative science writer
Gay Hart Gaines
Administrator
11-Feb-1938   Chairman of GOPAC, 1993-97
Alexander Haig
Government
2-Dec-1924 20-Feb-2010 US Secretary of State, 1981-82
Mark Helprin
Author
28-Jun-1947   Winter's Tale
Allan Hubbard
Economist
8-Sep-1947   George W. Bush economist
Roy Innis
Activist
6-Jun-1934   Congress of Racial Equality
Merit E. Janow
Educator
13-May-1958   Professor of Int'l Affairs, Columbia University
Donald Kagan
Historian
1-May-1932   The Great Dialogue
Herman Kahn
Scholar
15-Feb-1922 7-Jul-1983 Hudson Institute founder
Emmanuel A. Kampouris
Business
c. 1936   CEO of American Standard, 1989-99
Cresson H. Kearny
Inventor
7-Jan-1914 18-Dec-2003 Patriot, inventor, survivalist idol
Jay Keyworth
Physicist
c. 1939   Science advisor to Reagan
Marie-Josée Kravis
Economist
11-Sep-1949   President of MoMA
Leslie Lenkowsky
Government
30-Mar-1946   Philanthropic Studies
Lewis Libby
Government
22-Aug-1950   Cheney's former Chief of Staff
Frank Luntz
Pundit
23-Feb-1962   Republican pollster, strategist
Betsy McCaughey
Politician
20-Oct-1948   Lt. Governor of New York, 1995-98
David McIntosh
Politician
8-Jun-1958   Congressman from Indiana, 1995-2001
Richard Miniter
Pundit
1967   Losing bin Laden
William Odom
Military
23-Jun-1932 30-May-2008 NSA Director 1985-88
Russell E. Palmer
Business
13-Aug-1934   Dean of the Wharton School, 1983-90
Richard Perle
Government
16-Sep-1941   Prince of Darkness
John Podhoretz
Columnist
18-Apr-1961   Conservative columnist
Norman Podhoretz
Author
16-Jan-1930   Prominent neocon author
Dan Quayle
Politician
4-Feb-1947   Vice President under George H.W. Bush
Richard W. Rahn
Economist
c. 1941   The End of Money
Ian M. Rolland
Business
3-Jun-1933   CEO of Lincoln National, 1977-98
Nina Rosenwald
Philanthropist
?   Sears Roebuck heiress
Gabriel Schoenfeld
Government
c. 1955   Hudson Institute scholar, Necessary Secrets
Paul G. Stern
Business
31-Oct-1938   CEO of Northern Telecom, 1989-93
Walter P. Stern
Activist
26-Sep-1928   Chairman, Hudson Institute
Allan R. Tessler
Business
c. 1936   Epoch Investment Partners
Emmett Tyrrell
Columnist
1943   Publisher, The American Spectator
Jay Van Andel
Business
3-Jun-1924 7-Dec-2004 Amway billionaire
John Walters
Government
c. 1951   American Drug Czar, 2001-2009
Peter H. Wehner
Government
c. 1961   Director, Office of Strategic Initiatives
John Wohlstetter
Activist
c. 1947   Discovery Institute


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