Earl Butz — American Public Servant born on July 03, 1909, died on February 02, 2008

Earl Lauer Butz was a United States government official who served as Secretary of Agriculture under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. His policies favored large-scale corporate farming and an end to New Deal programs, but he is best remembered for a series of verbal gaffes that eventually cost him his job... (wikipedia)

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