Webcast: Richard Nixon and the Origins of Welfare Reform

Replay of webcast will be available soon, stay tuned for updates.

Co-presented by the Richard Nixon Foundation, the Nixon Presidential Library, and the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs, the fifth Nixon Legacy Forum will be a discussion of RN’s comprehensive plan to eradicate poverty, provide guaranteed income assistance, and help millions find jobs.


Moderator: Lee Huebner
Professor of Communications at George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs, Huebner worked as a special assistant to President Nixon and deputy director of the White House writing and research staff.

Paul O’Neill
Former Treasury Secretary, O’Neill served as Deputy Director for Office of Management and Budget under President Nixon

Robert Patricelli
Chairman of Evolution Benefits, Inc., Patricelli served as Deputy Undersecretary of Health, Education, and Welfare in the Nixon Administration

John Price
CEO of Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, Price served as Special Assistant for Urban Affairs in the Nixon White House

Jodie T. Allen
Senior Editor at the PEW Research Center, Allen served as a program analyst at the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.