Nixon Enemies List entry for
|List and position:||First/Top 20, #6 with Charles Colson's blue checkmark|
|Name as originally listed:||Howard Stein|
|Comment on original list:||Dreyfus Corporation, New York|
|Lists with duplicates of this person:||1|
- Director of Dreyfus Fund starting 1965, Dreyfus CEO 1970-1996.
- listed twice, on the Top 20 and under "Business additions."
- Note on Top 20 list said he was "heaviest contributor to Eugene McCarthy in 1968."
- considered a pioneer in socially-responsible investing (1972), no-load mutual funds (1974), and tax-free municipal funds (1976).
- Julliard-trained violinist.
- Keeps a low profile and has a common name, so don't get him mixed up with other Howard Steins--and he is certainly not Howard Stern.
- was against Vietnam War, in part because of the negative effect on the economy and stock market.
- took leave of absence from Dreyfus to serve as McCarthy's national finance chairman.
- Installed a stock ticker in his room at the Sheraton Wayfarer during the New Hampshire primary campaign "while cranking out literature for the insurgent peace candidate." (from A Nation Divided: The 1968 Presidential Campaign by Darcy G. Robinson).
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