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August 2001, Paul Offner
July 9, 2001, Alicia H. Munnell and R. Kent Weaver
July 2001, Ron Haskins and Wendell Primus
January 2001, Isabel V. Sawhill, R. Kent Weaver and Ron Haskins
May 29, 2000, Joyce A. Ladner
Winter 1999, Thomas E. Mann
November 7, 1999, Joyce A. Ladner
June 1, 1999, Pietro S. Nivola
January 1999, Pietro S. Nivola
Fall 1998, Pietro S. Nivola
June 17, 1998, Joyce A. Ladner
March 20, 1998, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
December 21, 1997, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
1997, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
Winter 1997, Margaret Weir
November 4, 1997, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
Fall 1997, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
Fall 1997, William C. Schambra
Fall 1997, Bruce Katz and John J. DiIulio, Jr.
Spring 1996, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
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