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  • ...elf as "committed to expanding liberty, increasing individual opportunity, and strengthening free enterprise."<ref name="2011 990"/> ...so-popular/ Why the American Enterprise Institute chief is so popular]," ''The Washington Post'', April 2, 2014.</ref>
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  • ...firm-facebook-row Burson-Marsteller: PR firm at centre of Facebook row], ''The Guardian'', May 12, 2011.</ref> ...son-Marsteller. Romanian dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu -- Burson-Marsteller. The government of Saudi Arabia, three days after 9/11 -- Burson-Marsteller.
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  • ...e books, studies, op-eds, and blog posts. They are also frequent guests in the media. ...Atlas Group]] network with links to the [[Institute for Humane Studies]]. The [[Independent Institute]] seems to operate as a Cato subsidiary.
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  • ...aintains strong ties with the London [[Institute of Economic Affairs]] and the [[Mont Pelerin Society]]. ...icy Network]], a web of right-wing “think tanks” in every state across the country.<ref>State Policy Network, [https://spn.org/directory/ Directory],
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  • [[Image:Hillary.jpg|100px|thumb|Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Secretary of State]] ...e confirmed Clinton as [[U.S. Department of State|Secretary of State]] for the [[Obama administration]].
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  • ...ee markets, strong families, and a powerful and effective national defense and foreign policy."<ref>[http://www.iwf.org/about/ "Our Mission"], Independent ...e, accessed July 10, 2014.</ref><ref name="slate"/> It has vocally opposed the Violence Against Women Act.
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  • ...cessed August 1, 2013</ref> CCA's revenue in 2013 was nearly $1.7 billion, and it had profits of $300 million, 100 percent of which came from taxpayers vi ...alf of all prisoners in state facilities were there for nonviolent crimes, and half of inmates in federal prisons were serving time for drug-related offen
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  • ...tory/01-14-2008/0004736033&EDATE= Christine Todd Whitman, Julie Gerberding and Joseph Hogan Join Mark Ganz to Lead Aspen Institute Health Stewardship Proj ...xecutive director. In November 2007, Kate Whitman announced she would seek the Republican nomination for New Jersey's 7th district Congressional seat. [ht
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  • ...ken "to be consistent with our advertising campaign, 'America's Power' and the corresponding website, Americaspower.org."<ref>Scott Barker, [http://www.ma ...tion [[Center for Energy and Economic Development]]. (ABEC originally used the www.balancedenergy.org domain but later switched to a website titled ''Amer
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  • ...cDonald]] in 1985 and is described as the "membership and outreach arm" of the [[Center for Environment, Commerce & Energy]], a [[501(c)(3)]] tax-exempt, ...ctivist/2005/04/04/norris/ We're Lovin' It!: Norris McDonald, president of the African American Environmentalist Association, answers Grist's questions]",
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  • ...) promotes itself as an organization for [[traditional family values]]. As the little fish in their logo indicate, it is a [[fundamentalist]] Christian [[ ...w/general/default.aspx?oid=3796 "American Family Association"], People for the American Way, accessed March 7, 2008.</ref>
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  • ...id H. Koch|David]] and [[Charles G. Koch|Charles]] [[Koch brothers|Koch]], the owners of [[Koch Industries]].<ref>Peter Overby, "[http://www.npr.org/templ ...d congressional Democrats," including $83 million on "communications, ads, and media."<ref>Michael Beckel, "[http://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/11/14/137
    108 KB (15,145 words) - 18:57, 11 October 2017
  • ...ng industry, the logging industry, PVC manufacturers, the nuclear industry and has worked in defense of [[biotechnology]]. ...g he "exploits long gone ties with Greenpeace to sell himself as a speaker and pro-corporate spokesperson, usually taking positions that Greenpeace oppose
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  • ...ac, Chevrolet, GM Daewoo, GMC, Holden, Hummer, Opel, Pontiac, Saab, Saturn and Vauxhall. ...January 5, 2014.</ref> GM was founded in 1908 and remains headquartered at the place of its establishment in Detroit, Michigan.
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  • ...r of Commerce, "[https://www.uschamber.com/about-us/about-us-chamber About the U.S. Chamber]," organizational website, accessed August 2015.</ref> ...olluting industries," according to [[James Carter]], executive director of the [[Green Chamber of Commerce]].<ref>Tom Lochner, [http://www.contracostatime
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  • ...c]., Hoovers, accessed December 2009.</ref> See also a complete listing of the company's prescription drugs [http://www.pfizer.com/products here]. ...</ref> Its CEO, [[Ian Read]], had an annual compensation of $23.28 million the same year.<ref>[http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?
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  • ...employing over 1100 people across 21 offices and with 35 affiliates around the world. <ref>Ketchum Public Relations [http://www.ketchum.com/facts Quick Fa ...firm which is part of a larger group offering global marketing, branding, and corporate communications services. It was founded in 1923 in Pittsburgh by
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  • ...Eli Lillymarkets its products in 135 countries and is publicly traded on the [[New York Stock Exchange]].<ref>[http://www.hoovers.com/eli-lilly/--ID__10 ...overs.com/company/Eli_Lilly_and_Company/rfhfsi-1-1njea5.html Key Eli Lilly and Company Financials], ''Hoovers'', accessed April 2010</ref>
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  • '''Xe''' and '''Blackwater''' are former names of [[Academi]], a [[private military cont ...services, and still provides military support, counterterrorism training, and bodyguard services. <ref> Spencer Ackerman: [http://www.wired.com/dangerroo
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  • ...f Staff, "with a huge initial contract that DeLay secured from [[Enron]]. (The group also paid DeLay's wife a salary for several years.)" [http://www.theo ...ia, international representation, coalition building, business development and corporate/crisis communications." [http://www.alexanderstrategy.com/asg/com
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