Sun Myung Moon

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(religious leader)
BornMun Yong-myeong
1920-02-25
Chongju, North P'yŏng'an, Japanese Korea
Died2012-09-03 (Age 92)
Gapyeong County, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
NationalityKorean
Children16
SpouseChoi Sun-kil
Founder ofWashington Times

Sun Myung Moon was a Korean religious leader, also known for his business ventures, support for political causes and as the founder of the Unification movement. He was an anti-communist and an advocate for Korean reunification, for which he was recognized by the governments of both North and South Korea. Businesses he promoted included News World Communications, an international news media corporation known for its American subsidiary The Washington Times.

Activities

Robert B. Anderson, as ex-US Secretary of the Treasury worked as a Manhattan-based lobbyist and consultant for the Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church.[1]


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