Robert Strauss

From Wikispooks
(Redirected from Robert S. Strauss)
Jump to: navigation, search
Person.png Robert Strauss   PowerbaseRdf-icon.png
(diplomat)
Born Robert Schwarz Strauss
1918-10-19
Lockhart, Texas, U.S.
Died 2014-03-19 (Age 95)
Washington, D.C, U.S.
Alma mater University of Texas, Austin
Children 3
Spouse Helen Jacobs
Party Democratic

Employment.png United States Ambassador to Russia Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
December 26, 1991 - November 19, 1992

Employment.png United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
August 24, 1991 - December 26, 1991

Employment.png United States Special Envoy for the Middle East

In office
May 4, 1979 - November 25, 1979

Employment.png United States Trade Representative Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
March 30, 1977 - August 17, 1979

Employment.png Chair of the Democratic National Committee Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
December 9, 1972 - January 21, 1977

Employment.png Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee

In office
March 5, 1970 - December 9, 1972

Robert S. Strauss was a US deep[citation needed] politician.

Career

Robert Strauss assisted with Lyndon Johnson’s first congressional campaign in 1937.

Strauss recommended former Senator Howard Baker as White House Chief of Staff. Although Ronald Reagan was visibly annoyed with Strauss's suggestions, a few days later, Donald Regan submitted his resignation, and the President appointed Baker to replace him.

Strauss spoke at the 1992 Bilderberg on Soviet Union: The View From Moscow.

 

Events Participated in

EventDateLocation(s)
Bilderberg/198214 May 1982 - 16 May 1982Sandefjord
Rica Park Hotel
Norway
Bilderberg/198912 May 1989 - 14 May 1989Gran Hotel La Toja
Island of La Toja
Spain
Bilderberg/199010 May 1990 - 13 May 1990Glen Cove
New York
US
Bilderberg/199221 May 1992 - 24 May 1992Royal Club Evian
Evian-les-Bains
France


References


57px-Notepad icon.png This is a page stub. Please add to it.