William F. Weld
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William F. Weld was co-chair and a member of the 2005 Council on Foreign Relations' Independent Task Force on the "Future of North America".
Weld is "Principal at Leeds Weld & Co., a private equity investment firm in New York. Previously Mr. Weld was elected to two terms as Governor of Massachusetts (1991-1997), served as Assistant U.S. Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, DC (1986-1988), and as the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts during the Reagan administration (1981-1986)." 
Related SourceWatch Resources
- "Building a North American Community." Report of an Independent Task Force, Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales, May 2005. (70-page pdf) List of Task Force members on page 9 and information on page 40.
- Task Force Report: "Building a North American Community," Council on Foreign Relations Press, May 2005. Chairs: John P. Manley, Pedro Aspe, William F. Weld; Vice Chairs: Thomas P. D'Aquino, Andres Rozental, Robert A. Pastor.
- John Manley, Pedro Aspe, Robert A. Pastor, and William F. Weld, Transcript: "Building a North American Community: Report of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America," Council on Foreign Relations, May 27, 2005.