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Jamestown Foundation

ORGANIZATION

Formed 1984 by William Geimer, "to inform and educate policy makers and the broader policy community about events and trends in those societies which are strategically or tactically important to the United States and which frequently restrict access to such information."

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

Founding Date:
1984

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Government
28-Mar-1928   National Security Advisor, 1977-81
James H. Burnley IV
Government
30-Jul-1948   US Secretary of Transportation, 1987-89
Dick Cheney
Politician
30-Jan-1941   US Vice President, 2001-09
Tom Clancy
Novelist
12-Apr-1947   The Hunt for Red October
Midge Decter
Journalist
25-Jul-1927   Neoconservative maven
Patrick W. Gross
Business
15-May-1944   Co-Founder, American Management Systems
Henry Hyde
Politician
18-Apr-1924 29-Nov-2007 Congressman from Illinois, 1975-2007
Robert H. Krieble
Philanthropist
1916 8-May-1997 Loctite Corporation
John McCain
Politician
29-Aug-1936   US Senator from Arizona
Sam Nunn
Politician
8-Sep-1938   US Senator from Georgia, 1972-97
Alfred Regnery
Publisher
21-Nov-1942   The American Spectator
Donald Rumsfeld
Government
9-Jul-1932   US Secretary of Defense, 1975-77 and 2001-06
Michael Scheuer
Spy
c. 1952   Imperial Hubris
Jay Van Andel
Business
3-Jun-1924 7-Dec-2004 Amway billionaire
Clayton K. Yeutter
Government
10-Dec-1930   US Secretary of Agriculture, 1989-91


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