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end of his presidential campaign on February 10, 2000 at a press
in Washington, DC.
his campaign for the presidency on March 16, 1999.
Chairman of Americans for Hope, Growth and Opportunity, a national
advocacy organization he founded in August 1996.
CEO of Forbes Inc. and editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine; writer of the "Fact and Comment" column.
Sought the 1996 Republican presidential nomination, announcing his candidacy in September 1995 and winning the Delaware and Arizona primaries.
Served as chairman of the board of Empower America from December 1993 to June 1996 and continues as a director.
Succeeded his father, Malcolm S. Forbes, Sr., as CEO of Forbes Inc. in February 1990.
Appointed Chairman of the Board for International Broadcasting (the overseer of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty) by President Reagan, and served from 1985-93.
With Forbes Inc. since 1970.
on a number of boards.
B.A. in History, 1970. At Princeton was the founding editor of
student magazine Business Today.
|Age||52 years old. Born July 18, 1947 in Morristown, New Jersey.|
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Dana Milbank. "The Conversion of Steve Forbes." The New Republic, April 27, 1998, p. 21-25.>
Fred Barnes. "The Forbes Factor: How An Unlikely Presidential Candidate has Gained Surprising Momentum." The Weekly Standard, October 13, 1997.
The Moral Basis of a Free Society--Regnery Publishing, Inc., 1998 [This essay first appeared in Policy Review in Fall 1997]. >
Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.