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National affairs

Wendell Ford, senator, governor

Robert Kastenmeier, representative

Louis Stokes, representative

John Galvin, NATO commander

Amelia Boynton Robinson, civil rights activist

Grace Lee Boggs, human rights activist

Robert Schuller, televangelist

M. Stanton Evans, conservative leader

Vincent Bugliosi, prosecutor, author

World affairs

Tariq Aziz, Iraqi official

Ahmad Chalabi, Iraqi politician

Saud al-Faisal, Saudi foreign minister

Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, Polish diplomat, rights activist

Khalid al-Assad, Syrian antiquities expert

Literary world

James Salter, novelist, short story writer

Terry Pratchett, fantasy author

William Zinsser, author, journalist

Ann McGovern, children's author

Rosalyn Baxandall, historian

Tomas Transtromer, poet

George Clayton Johnson, science fiction author

Film

Wes Craven, director

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Albert Maysles, documentarian

Robert Loggia, actor

Dean Jones, actor

Anita Ekberg, actress

Samuel Goldwyn Jr., producer

Jack Rollins, producer

Jerry Weintraub, producer

Haskell Wexler, cinematographer

Television and radio

Gary Owens, announcer

Dick Van Patten, actor

Patrick Macnee, actor

Martin Milner, actor

Marty Ingels, actor

Betsy Palmer, actress

Bud Yorkin, writer-producer

Theater, dance, and opera

Gene Saks, director

Brian Friel, playwright

Judith Malina, actress, director

Roger Rees, actor, director

Frank Gilroy, playwright, director

Maya Plisetskaya, ballet star

Johan Renvall, ballet star

Jon Vickers, opera star

The arts

John Wilson, artist

Michael Gross, graphic artist

Aaron Shikler, portrait artist

Mary Ellen Mark, photographer

Carl Nesjar, sculptor

Brad Anderson, cartoonist

Media

Claude Sitton, journalist

Sandy Socolow, CBS News executive

Ed Fouhy, broadcast journalist

Alan Cheuse, NPR critic, author

John Carroll, newspaper editor

Andrew Porter, music critic

Richard Corliss, film critic

Danny Schechter, journalist, filmmaker

Music

Scott Weiland, rock singer-songwriter

Lesley Gore, pop singer

Andrae Crouch, gospel artist

Jean Ritchie, folk singer

John Renbourn, guitarist

Buddy Emmons, pedal steel guitarist

Bill Keith, banjo player

Phil Woods, saxophonist

Bob Johnston, record producer

Ian Fraser "Lemmy'' Kilmister, rock singer-songwriter

Sports

Walter Byers, NCAA chief

Chuck Bednarik, football

Eddie LeBaron, football

Henry Carr, football, Olympian

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Minnie Minoso, baseball

Darryl Dawkins, basketball

Marques Haynes, basketball

Marcel Pronovost, hockey

Doris Hart, tennis

Charlie Sifford, golf

Dickie Moore, hockey

Business

Kirk Kerkorian, investor

Nelson Doubleday, book publisher

Chuck Williams, Williams Sonoma founder

Burt Shavitz, Burt's Bees founder

Local scene

Stanley Hoffman, political scientist

Joseph Silverstein, BSO concertmaster

David Finnegan, public official, radio host

Mildred Hailey, housing activist

Ernie Santosuosso, music critic

Peter Hotton, home repair columnist

Mark Fischer, entertainment lawyer

Richard Donahue, attorney, Kennedy aide

Fay Chandler, artist, philanthropist

Carolyn Kaelin, surgeon, cancer patient

David Maxwell, blues musician

John "Wacko" Hurley, parade organizer

Ezra "Speed" Anderson, hot dog vendor


Michael Bailey can be reached at michael.bailey@globe.com