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Common Good

ORGANIZATION

"Restoring Common Sense to America"

"Common Good is a non-partisan coalition dedicated to creating policy solutions that restore rationality and common sense to the law."

Official Website:
http://cgood.org/

Location:
New York City

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Howard Baker
Government
15-Nov-1925   Reagan's Chief of Staff, 1987-88
Griffin Bell
Government
31-Oct-1918 5-Jan-2009 US Attorney General, 1977-79
Bill Bradley
Politician
28-Jul-1943   US Senator from New Jersey, 1979-97
William R. Brody
Educator
4-Jan-1944   President, Salk Institute
John Danforth
Politician
5-Sep-1936   US Ambassador to the UN, 2004
Christopher DeMuth
Activist
5-Aug-1946   American Enterprise Institute
Thomas Frist, Jr.
Business
c. 1939   Co-Founder of HCA
Newt Gingrich
Politician
17-Jun-1943   Speaker of the House, 1995-99
Harry P. Kamen
Business
c. 1932   CEO of Metropolitan Life, 1993-98
Thomas H. Kean
Politician
21-Apr-1935   Governor of New Jersey, 1982-90
Marc S. Lipschultz
Business
c. 1971   Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
George McGovern
Politician
19-Jul-1922   US Senator from South Dakota, 1963-81
Peter G. Peterson
Business
5-Jun-1926   Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations
Diane Ravitch
Government
1-Jul-1938   Education reformer
John Silber
Educator
15-Aug-1926   President of Boston University, 1971-96
Alan Simpson
Politician
2-Sep-1931   US Senator from Wyoming, 1979-97
Dick Thornburgh
Politician
16-Jul-1932   US Attorney General, 1988-91
John C. Whitehead
Business
2-Apr-1922   US Deputy Secretary of State, 1985-89


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