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Campaign '96

The John Brown Cook Association for Freedom is sponsoring an evening address by Lyn Nofziger, a nationally recognized member of the Republican party, following a special dinner arranged by professor of government Alfred Balitzer.

After serving as editor and Washington correspondent for Copley Newspapers and Copley News Service, Nofziger first entered politics as press secretary to gubernatorial candidate Ronald Reagan in 1966. After the election Noftiger served as director of communications to the governor.

He also served Ronald Reagan as presidential press secretary from June to December 1980, as assistant to the president for political affairs, and as senior consultant to the Reagan-Bush '84 campaign. Nofziger has two decades of experience as a political consultant and is the founder of Nofziger Communications, Inc.

Nofziger first visited Claremont McKenna College in 1983, when he gave his appraisal of upcoming elections. We welcome his return to the Athenaeum to discuss the 1996 elections. The talk begins at 6:45 p.m. following a 5:30 reception and 6:00 dinner. Please contact Professor Balitzer at (909) 482-0820 for information or to make reservations.