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Robert Reich

Robert ReichAKA Robert Bernard Reich

Born: 24-Jun-1946
Birthplace: Scranton, PA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Secretary of Labor, 1993-97

Father: Edwin Saul Reich
Mother: Mildred Dorf Freshman
Wife: Clare Dalton (law professor, m. 1973, two sons)
Son: Sam
Son: Adam

    University: BA, Dartmouth College (1968)
    University: MA, Oxford University (1970)
    Law School: Yale Law School (1973)
    Teacher: Lecturer, John F. Kennedy School of Government (1981-92)

    US Secretary of Labor (1993-97 under Bill Clinton)
    US Federal Trade Commission Director of Policy Planning (1976-81)
    US Justice Department Assistant Solicitor General (1974-76)
    International Leadership Forum Fellow
    Economic Policy Institute Board Member
    Economists for Peace and Security Trustee
    Gore 2000
    Roosevelt Institute Advisory Board
    Campaign for America's Future
    Citizens for a Moratorium on Federal Executions
    The New Republic Contributing Editor
    Rhodes Scholarship
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam
    Hip Replacement Surgery double (1991)
    Funeral: Ted Kennedy (2009)

    Inequality for All (19-Jan-2013) · Himself
    The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom (11-Mar-2007) · Himself
    Fired! (2-Feb-2007) · Himself

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Author of books:
The Resurgent Liberal (And Other Unfashionable Prophecies) (1-Sep-1989, nonfiction)
The Work of Nations: Preparing Ourselves for 21St-Century Capitalism (1-Mar-1991, nonfiction)
Locked in the Cabinet (1997, memoir)
The Future of Success (9-Jan-2001, nonfiction)
I'll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society (1-May-2002, nonfiction)
Reason: Why Liberals Will Win the Battle for America (11-May-2004, nonfiction)

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