Howard H. Baker
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Howard H. Baker (Senate Majority Leader, Pro-Tobacco Industry)
"Howard H. Baker, Jr. served three terms as a United States Senator from Tennessee (1967-1985).
"He was Vice Chairman of the Senate Watergate Committee, the highest ranking Republican on the Committee. He served as Minority Leader of the Senate from 1977-1981 and as Majority Leader from 1981 until he retired from the Senate at the end of this third term in January, 1985. He was a candidate for the 1980 Republican presidential nomination and served as President Ronald Reagan's Chief of Staff from 1987-1988.
"For the next thirteen years he worked in several Tennessee law firms. In 2001 President George W. Bush appointed him as U.S. Ambassador to Japan." 
Married to Nancy Landon Kassebaum Baker.
- Advisory Board, Common Good
- Advisory Board, Partnership for a Secure America
- Advisory Board, Bipartisan Policy Center 
- Trustee, The Freedom Forum
- Co-chair, American Council on Global Nuclear Competitiveness
- Linked to the Scowcroft Group
Resources and articles
- ↑ Howard H. Baker, Partnership for a Secure America, accessed July 15, 2007.
- ↑ Advisory Board, Bipartisan Policy Center, accessed February 3, 2009.
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