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Galbraith (Tom), "An Analysis of a Stanford Student Political Party: "The Establishment"
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Various people mentioned in my schoolboy paper ended up with me at Yale Law. Mike Walsh, John Bryson, Paul Strasburg and I played on the same (undefeated) intramural touch football team. Mike Jeffery was one of my first year roommates. My Otero House sponsor, Jim Woolsey, was a year ahead of us and Jim’s friend Bill Buttler was in my law school class. Walsh and Bryson became Fortune 500 CEOs; Woolsey head of the CIA; Bryson Secretary of Commerce until he had a neurological problem that made it necessary to resign; Jeffery studied a meditation-type religion in India for seven years before returning to Alaska where he became the northernmost state trial judge in the United States. Strasburg transferred to the Woodrow Wilson School and worked with great skill for many years for important non-profit foundations before retiring to his real love, a farm in the Berkshires. Walsh converted to liberal democrat and a good friend to Bryson and to me. Tragically, Mike, already a business legend, died at age 49, a victim of brain cancer.
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