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Luddite tendencies aside, the group did have some positive effects and enjoyed community support, but Magaziner seemed to lose interest in the project, and he and his friends neglected to train anyone to continue the work they had started.
From the regents and dons of the university you could almost hear the happy tinkling of sherry glasses toasting a new generation of the best and the brightest in the White House: economic advisors Robert Reich, Ira Magaziner, and Saul Benjamin, and young turks George Stephanapolous, Bill Halter, Atul Gawande, and Bruce Reed.
Magaziner and Patinkin report the frightful truth that at the height of its battle in refrigerator compressor technology, not one GE refrigeration engineer ever visited the Far East-and this was not 1955 or 1965, but the early 1980s.
Treasurer Magaziner has recommended, and the State Investment Commission has approved, a new socially responsible investment option -which excludes companies that manufacture firearms- for Rhode Island's 401(a) Defined Contribution plan.
The campaign's manifesto, "Putting People First," had been largely based on recent work by Robert Reich, Ira Magaziner, and other "Friends of Bill" who tilted left.
In a study of art education in South Africa under segregation and apartheid, Magaziner considers the community of artists and educators who came together at numerous places under the considerable cloud of white supremacy and structural poverty.
At Brown University, an ambitious student and political player named Ira Magaziner positioned himself as the only person who could negotiate between the black students, who were demanding change, and a feckless administration.
Magaziner then led his fellow graduates in turning their backs on National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger--invited to receive an honorary degree--in protest of the Vietnam War.