James R. Schlesinger

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Born James Rodney Schlesinger
1929-02-15
New York City, New York, U.S.
Died 2014-03-27 (Age 85)
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Alma mater Harvard University
Religion Jew
Children 8
Spouse Rachel Line Mellinger
Member of Association of Former Intelligence Officers, Homeland Security Advisory Council
Party Republican

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In office
July 2, 1973 - November 19, 1975
Succeeded by Donald Rumsfeld

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In office
February 2, 1973 - July 2, 1973
Preceded by Richard Helms
Succeeded by William Colby

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In office
August 6, 1977 - August 23, 1979

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In office
August 17, 1971 - January 26, 1973

James Rodney Schlesinger was born in New York City, the son of Jewish parents, Rhea Lillian (née Rogen) and Julius Schlesinger.[1] His mother was a Lithuanian emigrant from what was then part of the Russian Empire and his father was of Austrian Jewish descent. He converted to Lutheranism in his early 20s. Schlesinger was educated at the Horace Mann School and Harvard University, where he earned a B.A. (1950), M.A. (1952), and Ph.D. (1956) in economics. Between 1955 and 1963 he taught economics at the University of Virginia and in 1960 published The Political Economy of National Security. In 1963, he moved to the Rand Corporation, where he worked until 1969, in the later years as director of strategic studies.

"Someone once said that war is hell, and peace is heaven. But we know that the opposite is true: War is heaven, and peace is hell."

James R. Schlesinger, honorary chairman of the OSS Society and member of the AFIO, in a speech to the Military Order of the Carabao.[2]

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William ColbyHead of Clandestine Branch ?1973September 1973


References

  1. Encyclopedia of the Central Intelligence Agency - W. Thomas Smith - Google Books
  2. Jan. 28, 2003, Village Voice, 'The Empire Strikes Back'


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