Russell Sage


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Russell Sage

An American businessman, investor and politician (1816-1906). He started his career as a grocer and in local politics, eventually being elected to U.S. Congress. In later life, he purchased a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and financed the expansion of American railroads westward.
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Bernanke made his comments at a conference on "Rethinking Finance" sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation and The Century Foundation.
compiled by the Russell Sage Foundation, a research center for social sciences, and the Spencer Foundation, which focuses on education.
She received her bachelor's degree at Russell Sage College, Troy, N.
She ultimately served as an administrator for the prestigious Russell Sage Foundation in New York, where she directed its charity organization department.
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He was a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation in 2000-1 and the Pitt Professor at the University of Cambridge in 2002-3.
She earned a master of science in guidance and counseling from Russell Sage College.
The seven foundations chronicled were the Rosenwald Foundation, The Laura Spelman Rockfeller Foundation, The General Education Board, The Carnegie Corporation, Milbank Memorial Fund, Common/Wealth Fund, and Russell Sage Foundation.
Upton Center for Women's Studies, Russell Sage College in Troy.