Robert Strauss

Robert Strauss

* Robert Strauss Canadian Robert Strauss is a music producer / multi-instrumentalist. His sound could be described as a fusion of Funk, Soul, Jazz and Electronica. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Robert Strauss has 57 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1976 Statement as a Chair for the Democratic National Committee. The year with the most videos was 1991 with 10 videos as an Ambassador for the Russian Republic of the United States. Most appearances with Lane Kirkland (5), Pete V. Domenici (4), William Eldridge Frenzel (4). Most common tags: International Trade, Federal Budget, U.S. Economy.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 1993 - Present Chair, U.S.-Russia Business Council Videos: 5


Director, Democratic National Committee c. September 11, 1989 - c. May 2, 1990 Videos: 3 Ambassador, Russian Republic, United States c. August 1, 1991 - c. November 15, 1992 Videos: 28 Chair, Democratic National Committee c. September 23, 1976 - c. September 20, 1988 Videos: 6 Co-Chair, National Economic Commission c. September 20, 1988 - c. June 19, 1991 Videos: 15

Recent Appearances

  • Kennedy Assassination 40th Anniversary

    Kennedy Assassination 40th Anniversary

    For the 40th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy American Perspectives featured some of the people who were in Dallas on…

  • Russian Economy

    Russian Economy

    Mr. Kasyanov spoke about the future of the Russian economy. Among the issues he addressed were trade between the U.S. and…

  • <em>Washington</em>: Publication Party

    Washington: Publication Party

    A party was held to celebrate the posthumous publication of Meg Greenfield’s book Washington, published by PublicAffairs. Meg Greenfield was…

  • Education Issues

    Education Issues

    Following a meeting with President bush about education, current and former legislators spoke to reporters about education…

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