Lawrence Eagleburger

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(Political analyst, terror expert, deep state operative?)
BornLawrence Sidney Eagleburger
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Died2011-06-04 (Age 80)
Charlottesville, Virginia
Alma materUniversity of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Children • Lawrence Scott Eagleburger
• Lawrence Andrew Eagleburger
• Lawrence Jason Eagleburger
SpouseMarlene Ann Heinemann
Member ofTrilateral Commission
Diplomat, terror expert and US deep state operative

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In office
December 8, 1992 - January 20, 1993
Preceded byLawrence Eagleburger
Succeeded byWarren Christopher, Frank Wisner II

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In office
August 23, 1992 - December 8, 1992
Preceded byJames Baker
Succeeded byLawrence Eagleburger

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In office
February 11, 1982 - May 1, 1984

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In office
14 May 1981 - 26 January 1982

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In office
June 21, 1977 - January 24, 1981

Lawrence Eagleburger was a US diplomat, "terror expert" and deep state operative.


Eagleburger was listed as one of 16 top terror experts, based on citations in a 135 item media sample.[1]


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