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David M. Rubenstein

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Major sphere of influence: Business
Extended reach:
Among the most influential people in David M. Rubenstein's web of second-degree relationships:

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Networks to explore:
David M. Rubenstein's paths to powerful people and organizations include 
Carlyle Group
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Council on Foreign Relations
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Johns Hopkins University
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Trilateral Commission
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Duke University
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Institute for Advanced Study
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National Museum of American History
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University of Chicago
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Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
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National Museum of Natural History
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American Academy in Berlin
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Smithsonian Institution
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John F. Kennedy School of Government
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Economic Club of Washington
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Brookings Institution
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Giving Pledge
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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
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American Council on Germany
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Kennedy Center
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James Madison Council of the Library of Congress
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Kennedy Center
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Kennedy Center


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