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study and work as a lawyer
Baker studied law, first at the University of Princeton. From 1952 to 1954 it served as a lieutenant in US navy Corps, afterwards studiedit further at the university of Texas in Austin, where it 1957 to the Dr. jur. attained a doctorate. Until 1975 he worked then in a law office.
starting from 1975 he worked in the Ministry of Trade in the government of president Gerald Ford and was 1976 leaders of its election campaign. 1980 it led an election campaign for George Bush again,indeed in the preselections against the republican competitor Ronald Reagan. Reagan won both these preselections and the US president shank choice 1980. George Bush became vice-president, and Baker was appointed 1981 from Reagan to the chief of staff of the white house. It kept this post until 1985, as itin Reagans's second cabinet a Minister of Finance became.
ministers of foreign affairs under George Bush
with the US president shank choice 1988 it led again the election campaign of George Bush, which was this time successful. Baker was appointed from Bush to the minister of foreign affairs. It took 1990 also at „the two-plus four-negotiations “part, where it appeared as strong advocates of the German unit. The support of the USA is considered as an important cause for their success.
For its earnings/services it became 1991with the Presidential Medal OF Freedom excellently.
activity since 1992
to 23. August 1992 withdrew Baker as a minister of foreign affairs and became again chief of staff in the white house. After the defeat of Bush against Bill Clinton with the US president shank choice 1992 Baker worked again as a lawyer.
1997 he was appointed the UN-special envoy for the west seeing era conflict. 2004 he withdrew himself from this post, because had not succeeded, an agreement between that Morocco, which annektiert the country, and which POLISARIO, itself as agency „of the democratic Arab republicSeeing era “sees to reach.
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|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of US-American politicians|
|DATE OF BIRTH||28. April 1930|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Houston, Texas|