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- Robert Pozen Chairman of MFS Investment Management and member of President Bush's Commission to Strengthen Social Security, 2001-2002
- Gene Sperling Former senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, former national economic advisor during the Clinton administration, and author of "The Pro-Growth Progressive"
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