Nebraska Authors

Robert K. Gray

Born 1921-09-02 Hastings, NE (USA)

Died 2014-04-18
Miami, FL (USA)

Gray was a very influential Washington lobbyist and Republican Party political operative. He served in the Eisenhower Administration and later was close to Ronald Reagan. Gray became deputy director of the Reagan-Bush Presidential Campaign.

Places Lived

Hastings, NE
Northfield, MN
Cambridge, MA
Washington, D.C.
Miami, FL

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Lobbying; Politics; Political Influence; Public Policy

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Political Science, Carleton College, Northfield, MN
Master's Degree in Business Administration, 1949, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Occupation

Government Official
Lobbyist

Places Worked

United States Navy
Presidential Cabinet, Washington D.C., Secretary to the Cabinet under President Eisenhower
Hill & Knowlton, Inc.
Gray & Company

Honors

Gray received Italy's highest civilian decoration, Grande Ufficiale

Associations

Friend of President Ronald Reagan

Bibliography

Eighteen Acres Under Glass. 1962.
Presidential Perks Gone Royal: Your Taxes are Being Used for Obama's Re-Election. 2012.

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