WORK IN NIXON ADMINISTRATION:
· Headed the writing and research team in the Nixon White House.
· Worked with Mr. Nixon for two years prior to the presidency, helping plan and wage the 1968 campaign, and then served at the White House throughout the Nixon presidency as his special assistant
· President Nixon’s collaborator on both inaugural addresses, and also on the 1974 Oval Office speech announcing his resignation.
· Worked for Collier's and Life magazines
· Held various editorial positions at the New York Herald Tribune for 9 years including editorial writer, editor of the Review Of the Week section of the Sunday paper, acting Sunday Editor, assistant to the publisher (John Hay Whitney) and editor of the editorial page. He was the paper's last editorial page editor.
· President of the Economic Club of New York for 19 years
· Fellow of the Institute of Politics at Harvard, Visiting Fellow of the American Enterprise Institute & a visiting professor at Whittier (California) College
· Assistant to CBS Founder/Chairman William S. Paley
· Nationally syndicated columnist
· Editorial coordinator for two presidential task forces, both of which reported in 1984: the Bipartisan Commission on Central America (The Kissinger Commission), and the President's Task Force on International Private Enterprise, headed by Dwayne O. Andreas.
· Director of FIRST ("For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology")
· President of the George Washington Boyhood Home Foundation
· Treasurer of the Overseas Press Club of America
· Author, "With Nixon" (The Viking Press, 1977); Also helped President Nixon with five of his post-presidency books and traveling extensively abroad with him.
· A 1951 graduate of Yale University
· Native of New York