2000 HASTINGS CENTER Honor Roll

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2000 HASTINGS CENTER Honor Roll


The Hastings Center can lead the world dialogue on bioethics only because of the generosity of those who support our work. As an independent, not-for-profit organization, the Center gratefully acknowledges the important role of the following individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies in enabling the Center to succeed in 2000.

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Betty E. Brugger
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Burrows
Cynthia B. Cohen
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Richard J. Cross
Elliot Dorff
Saul Feldman
Richard H Foss
Arnold Golodetz
Carol P. Guyer
Charles C. Haffner III
Cynthia O. Harris
William H. Hazen
Loft Knowles
Glen A. Lloyd
Robert Michels
Richard M. Morrow
Patricia D. Riposa
Frederick P. Rose
William Ruddick
Carol A. Ryder
Mark Siegler
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$100-$249

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Aris and Carolyn Anagnos
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