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==IPS connection==
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Jim Hightower

IPS connection

In 1979 Jim Hightower of served on the steering committee of the Institute for Policy Studies initiated Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies. [1]

Campaign for America's Future

In 1996 Jim Hightower, Hightower Radio was one of the original 130 founders[2]of Campaign for America's Future.

Back to Basics conference

A Back to Basics conference on the future of the American Left, was held in Chicago October 9-11, 1998. Speakers included: Sen. Paul Wellstone, Rep. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Barbara Dudley, Quentin Young and Jim Hightower. The conference was sponsored by Sponsored by In These Times[3].

Endorsed Marcy Winograd

In 2006 Jim Hightower a National Radio Commentator was a National and State endorser of Marcy Winograd of the Los Angeles Progressive Democrats of America in her unsuccessful primary bid for the Democratic Party nomination 26th Congressional District in California[4]

Progressives for Obama

In 2009 Jim Hightower, Radio Commentator was listed as a signer of the Progressives for Obama website.[5]

Wellstone Action

In 2009 Jim Hightower was listed as a member of the Advisory Board[6] of Wellstone Action, a Minnesota based organization based on the political legacy[7] of that state’s late ‘progressive” Senator Paul Wellstone.

Wellstone Action and Wellstone Action Fund combine to form a national center for training and leadership development for the progressive movement. Founded in January 2003, Wellstone Action's mission is to honor the legacy of Paul and Sheila Wellstone by continuing their work through training, educating, mobilizing and organizing a vast network of progressive individuals and organizations.

Public Citizen

Hightower is a board member of the Public Citizen Foundation.


  1. Information Digest August 24, 1979
  2. http://www.undueinfluence.com/caf-co-founders.htm
  3. http://freepress.org/Backup/UnixBackup/pubhtml/leftie/left9806.html
  4. Endorsers of Winograd
  5. Progressives for Obama
  6. http://www.wellstone.org/about-us/board-directors
  7. http://www.wellstone.org/about-us/our-mission-goals