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PNAC Contributors and Signatories from the George H.W. Bush Administration

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William Bennett
Director, Office of National Drug Control Policy

John Bolton
State Dept, Justice, and USAID USAID (Various Staff Positions)

Stephen Cambone
Director, Strategic Defense Policy, Office of Secretary of Defense

Richard Cheney
Secretary of Defense

Eliot Cohen
Policy Planning Staff for Secretary of Defense

Seth Cropsey
Principal Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict

Paula Dobriansky
Associate Director, Bureau of Policy and Programs, USIA

Francis Fukuyama
Policy Planning Staff, Department of State

Zalmay Khalilzad
Asstistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Planning

Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (1985-93); Defense Policy Review Board (1985-93); Chair, Secretary of Defense Commission on Fail Safe and Risk Reduction

William Kristol
Aide to Vice President

I. Lewis Libby
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Strategy and Resources

Dan Quayle
Vice President

Peter Rodman
Special Asst. to President on National Security Affairs (1986-90); National Security Council (1987-90)

Henry Rowen
Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (1989-91)

William Schneider Jr.
President's General Advisory Committee on Arms Control & Disarmament, Chairman (1987-93)

Henry Sokolski
Deputy for Nonproliferation Policy, Defense Department

Paul Wolfowitz
Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (1989-93); Coauthor of Defense Policy Guidance, 1992

James Woolsey
U.S. Rep. to the Negotiation on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (1983)

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