Howard Phillips

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Howard Phillips (died in 2013), a founding member of the Council for National Policy, is chairman of The Conservative Caucus, a non-partisan nationwide grass-roots public policy advocacy group; president, the Conservative Caucus Foundation; chosen by an overwhelming majority of delegates at the National Convention of the U.S. Taxpayers Party in San Diego, CA on August 17, 1996 to serve as its presidential nominee; president, Policy Analysis, Inc., a public policy research organization which publishes the bimonthly Issues & Strategy Bulletin; headed two agencies during the Richard M. Nixon administration: the President's Council on Youth Opportunity and U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; published three books: The New Right at Harvard, Moscow's Challenge to U.S. Vital Interests in Southern Africa and The Next Four Years; former chairman, Republican Party of Boston; 1962 graduate, Harvard College."

He founded the U.S. Taxpayers Party in 1991, which became the Constitution Party in 2000. [1]

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  • Freedom Force International Hall of Honor, organizational web page, accessed July 22, 2013.