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July 18, 1993 | Associated Press
President Clinton will nominate Stuart E. Eizenstat, who was a top aide to former President Jimmy Carter, to be ambassador to the European Community in Brussels. Eizenstat, 50, a Washington lawyer, was Carter's chief domestic policy adviser from 1977 to 1981. He also served as a speech writer for President Lyndon B. Johnson and as research director for Hubert H. Humphrey's 1968 presidential campaign.
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March 30, 2003 | Benjamin B. Ferencz, Benjamin B. Ferencz is the author of "Less Than Slaves: Jewish Forced Labor and the Quest for Compensation." He is a former prosecutor in the Nuremberg war crimes trials and the director of several postwar restitution programs on behalf of leading Jewish organizations.
Justice and the Holocaust are incompatible -- not every wrongdoer can be held to account and no victim can ever be made whole. Two fascinating new books describe human suffering, desperation, determination and accomplishment revolving around "unfinished business" in the Holocaust's wake.
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July 20, 1999 | Reuters
Veteran political hand and former foreign policy official Stuart E. Eizenstat was sworn in as deputy Treasury secretary in a private ceremony Monday, a department spokeswoman said. Eizenstat, 56, was sworn in by Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, the man he replaced as deputy secretary, in the department's ornate Diplomatic Room. The swearing-in completed the transition to a new team at Treasury, which was set in motion when Robert E. Rubin resigned from the top job.
NEWS
July 20, 1999 | Reuters
Veteran political hand and former foreign policy official Stuart E. Eizenstat was sworn in as deputy Treasury secretary in a private ceremony Monday, a department spokeswoman said. Eizenstat, 56, was sworn in by Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, the man he replaced as deputy secretary, in the department's ornate Diplomatic Room. The swearing-in completed the transition to a new team at Treasury, which was set in motion when Robert E. Rubin resigned from the top job.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Clinton to Nominate Eizenstat for Trade Post: Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat is currently U.S. representative to the European Union. If confirmed by the Senate as undersecretary of commerce for international trade, Eizenstat will lead the Commerce Department's trade unit and oversee policy development, export promotion, and import laws and agreements. Eizenstat would continue to serve as a special envoy for the State Department, helping European officials recover Jewish property and U.S.
NEWS
August 17, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
President Clinton appointed Undersecretary of Commerce Stuart Eizenstat as special representative for Cuba. Eizenstat, a highly regarded trouble-shooter, will attempt to assuage allies infuriated by a new U.S. law that punishes foreigners who do business with Cuba. He will also recommend new policies aimed at transforming the troublesome Caribbean nation into a democracy. Eizenstat, 53, who will retain his Commerce post, said he hopes to forge a "partnership with our allies . . .
BOOKS
March 30, 2003 | Benjamin B. Ferencz, Benjamin B. Ferencz is the author of "Less Than Slaves: Jewish Forced Labor and the Quest for Compensation." He is a former prosecutor in the Nuremberg war crimes trials and the director of several postwar restitution programs on behalf of leading Jewish organizations.
Justice and the Holocaust are incompatible -- not every wrongdoer can be held to account and no victim can ever be made whole. Two fascinating new books describe human suffering, desperation, determination and accomplishment revolving around "unfinished business" in the Holocaust's wake.
NEWS
February 9, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Germany held talks with the U.S. on a reparations plan aimed at settling all outstanding Holocaust and slave labor claims. Bodo Hombach, chief of staff to German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, met with Undersecretary of State Stuart E. Eizenstat in Washington. Germany has paid more than $60 billion in reparations to Nazi victims but has refused to honor wage claims by slave laborers.
NEWS
September 15, 1999 | From Associated Press
Compensation negotiations with 16 German companies that used Nazi slave labor will go forward despite the dismissal of several related lawsuits, a top Treasury Department official said Tuesday. "The companies have assured us formally that they wish to continue participating," Deputy Treasury Secretary Stuart E. Eizenstat told a hearing of the House Banking Committee. Eizenstat said that although the companies want a legal conclusion, they have always viewed it as "primarily a moral issue."
NEWS
April 30, 2000 | From Associated Press
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will solicit donations from U.S. corporations to compensate slave laborers and others who were forced to work in German factories owned by American companies or their subsidiaries during World War II, authorities said Saturday. The chamber, which represents more than 3 million businesses worldwide, decided to establish the fund after being approached by the Clinton administration and a number of major U.S.
NEWS
August 17, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
President Clinton appointed Undersecretary of Commerce Stuart Eizenstat as special representative for Cuba. Eizenstat, a highly regarded trouble-shooter, will attempt to assuage allies infuriated by a new U.S. law that punishes foreigners who do business with Cuba. He will also recommend new policies aimed at transforming the troublesome Caribbean nation into a democracy. Eizenstat, 53, who will retain his Commerce post, said he hopes to forge a "partnership with our allies . . .
BUSINESS
January 4, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Clinton to Nominate Eizenstat for Trade Post: Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat is currently U.S. representative to the European Union. If confirmed by the Senate as undersecretary of commerce for international trade, Eizenstat will lead the Commerce Department's trade unit and oversee policy development, export promotion, and import laws and agreements. Eizenstat would continue to serve as a special envoy for the State Department, helping European officials recover Jewish property and U.S.
NEWS
July 18, 1993 | Associated Press
President Clinton will nominate Stuart E. Eizenstat, who was a top aide to former President Jimmy Carter, to be ambassador to the European Community in Brussels. Eizenstat, 50, a Washington lawyer, was Carter's chief domestic policy adviser from 1977 to 1981. He also served as a speech writer for President Lyndon B. Johnson and as research director for Hubert H. Humphrey's 1968 presidential campaign.
NEWS
May 15, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
Former Presidents Gerald R. Ford and Jimmy Carter will chair a group that will present to the next President a list of the nation's most pressing problems, together with proposals for solving them. The bipartisan group, whose advisory board includes many of the top officials of the Ford and Carter administrations, began its studies in January and plans to complete its analysis by Election Day.
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November 14, 2006 | From Times staff and wire reports
Ruth Morgenthau, 75, a professor emeritus at Brandeis University and a foreign policy advisor to three Democratic Party presidents, died Nov. 4 at a Boston hospital from a rare blood disease. "She was our principal advisor on Africa and sustainable development in the '76 presidential campaign and really had an impact on President Carter's decision to give priority to relations with Africa and development in Africa," Stuart E.
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