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- Phillip Longman U.S. News and World Report
- Estelle James World Bank
- Richard Suzman National Institute on Aging
- Peter Peterson Author of "Running on Empty,"chairman emeritus and cofounder of the Blackstone Group, chairman emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, founding chairman of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, founding president of the Concord Coalition, retired chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Secretary of Commerce in the Nixon administration.
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