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William Rusher: Distinguished Fellow, Claremont Institute; board member, Ashbrook Center and Media Research Center; publisher of National Review (1957 to 1988); part of committee to draft Barry Goldwater in 1964; associate counsel to the U.S. Senate's Internal Security Subcommittee (1956-1957)
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