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Committee for the Preservation of Capitalism

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Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard C. Adkerson
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Freeport-McMoRan
Steve Ballmer
Business
24-Mar-1956   CEO of Microsoft
Haley Barbour
Politician
22-Oct-1947   Governor of Mississippi, 2004-12
Wayne L. Berman
Activist
8-Nov-1956   Washington lobbyist
Jack O. Bovender, Jr.
Business
16-Aug-1945   CEO of HCA, 2002-09
Andrew Card
Government
10-May-1947   White House Chief of Staff, 2001-06
Christopher Cox
Politician
16-Oct-1952   Chairman of the SEC
Patrick Durkin
Business
c. 1957   Credit Suisse First Boston
Red Emmerson
Business
10-Apr-1929   Sierra Pacific Industries
Bill Gates
Business
28-Oct-1955   Co-Founder of Microsoft
Ed Gillespie
Politician
1-Aug-1962   RNC Chairman, 2003-05
Lanny Griffith
Lobbyist
13-Aug-1951   Lobbyist, Barbour Griffith & Rogers
Karen Ignagni
Business
c. 1953   America's Health Insurance Plans PAC
Jeffrey R. Immelt
Business
19-Feb-1956   CEO of General Electric
John W. Meisenbach
Business
c. 1937   Meisenbach Capital Management
Susan Molinari
Politician
27-Mar-1958   Congresswoman from New York, 1990-97
Gregory B. Penner
Business
c. 1970   Madrone Capital Partners
Steven R. Rogel
Business
25-Oct-1942   CEO of Weyerhaeuser
Charles Schwab
Business
29-Jul-1937   Founded Charles Schwab & Co.
Don Sundquist
Politician
15-Mar-1936   Governor of Tennessee, 1995-2003
Helen Robson Walton
Relative
3-Dec-1919 19-Apr-2007 World's 13th richest person, 2005
Jim Walton
Relative
c. 1948   World's 11th richest man, 2005
John T. Walton
Relative
8-Oct-1946 27-Jun-2005 World's 11th richest man, 2005
Rob Walton
Business
28-Oct-1944   Wal-Mart Chairman, world's 12th richest man


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