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Stuart Eizenstat

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Stuart Eizenstat has served in multiple Democratic administrations as special advisor on Holocaust issues (Obama); deputy secretary of the Treasury, undersecretary of state, and undersecretary of commerce (Clinton); and head of the Domestic Policy Council (Carter). His most recent book is the critically acclaimed President Carter: The White House Years (2018).

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