Michael Billington

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(political activist)
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Alma materTrinity College (Connecticut)

Michael O'Mara Billington is an activist in the LaRouche movement, Asia editor for the Executive Intelligence Review, and author of "Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: the Repression and Promise of the LaRouche Movement". He is a member of the Schiller Institute.

Michael Billington graduated from Trinity College, Connecticut in 1967. He then joined the Peace Corps, where he taught Mathematics and Music, first in Guyana, then in Thailand. Upon returning to the US he joined the LaRouche movement in 1972, in the early stages of the movement's history. His wife, Gail, and his brother, Joe, and his sister, Margaret Greenspan, were also members of the movement. Billington's book provides an "insider" look at the history of this highly controversial movement.[1]

Michael Billington ran on the US Labor Party platform for County Executive of Westchester County, New York in 1977, and for New York's 24th congressional district in 1978.[2]


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