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About The American Assembly

The American Assembly, a national, non-partisan public affairs forum, illuminates issues of public policy by commissioning and issuing research and publications and sponsoring meetings.


Introduction to The American Assembly

About The American Assembly - Chairmen photo
Admiral B.R. Inman, USN (Ret.) receives the 2006 Eisenhower Service to Democracy Award at the LBJ Library and Museum, The University of Texas at Austin on June 12.
The American Assembly

The American Assembly’s projects bring together leading authorities representing a broad spectrum of views and interests. American Assembly reports and other publications are used by government, community, civic leaders and public officials. American Assembly topics concern not only domestic and foreign policy, but also issues that range from arts and culture, philanthropy, and health, to business, economy, education, law, race, religion and security. Founded by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1950, The American Assembly is affiliated with Columbia University.


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