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Abraham Alexander Ribicoff

(April 9, 1910, New Britain, Connecticut-February 22, 1998, New York, New York). American politician. U.S. Representative (D-CT), 1949-1953. Democratic Governor of Connecticut, 1955-1961. U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, 1961-1962. U.S. Senator (D-CT), 1963-1981.

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Elmer Rice

(September 28, 1892, New York, New York-May 8, 1967, Southampton, Hampshire, England). American playwright. Husband of Betty Field. Received Pulitzer Price for Drama, 1929 (Street Scene).

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Adrienne Rich

(May 16, 1929, Baltimore, Maryland-Alive). American poet and feminist. Received National Book Award for Poetry, 1974. Refused the National Medal of Arts, 1997, to protest policies of the Clinton Administration. Life partner of Michelle Cliff.

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Bernard Gershon Richards

(March 9, 1877, Keidan, Lithuania-1971). Jewish Organizer and Author. Emigrated to the United States, 1886. Journalist, Boston Evening Post, Boston, Massachusetts. Author. Secretary, New York Kehilla, 1906-1916. Secretary, Jewish Congress Organziation Committee. Founding Member, American Jewish Congress, 1915, Executive Director, 1915-1932. Member, American Jewish Congress Delegation to the Versailles Peace Conference. Founder, Jewish Information Bureau.

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Rabbi Chaim Richman

(Alive). Israeli Orthodox Rabbi, Author and Translator. Authority on the Holy Temple and the prophecies concerning the future of Israel and the world. Advocate for the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem. Founder and Host,"Light to the Nations" television program. International Director, Temple Institute and Foundation of Jerusalem. Author of The Odyssey of the Third Temple; The Temple Haggaddah; and The Holy Temple of Jerusalem. A member of the reconstituted Sanhedrin.

Rabbi Chaim Richman Signature

Don Jay Rickles

(May 8, 1926, New York, New York-Alive). American comedian and actor. Known as a stand-up "insult" comedian.

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Hyman George Rickover

(January 27, 1900, Makow Mazowiecki, Poland-July 8, 1986, Arlington, Virginia). American naval officer. Admiral, U.S. Navy. Known as the "Father of the Nuclear Navy." Led the effort to develop the world's first nuclear-powered submarine, USS Nautilus (SSN-571), 1954. Received two Congressional Gold Medals, 1958, 1983. Received Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1980.

Hyman George Rickover Signature

Joan Rivers

(June 8, 1933, Brooklyn, New York-Alive). American comedian, talk show host, and businesswoman. Born Joan Sandra Molinsky. Noted for her heavy New York accent and her ability to poke fun at herself.

Joan Rivers Signature

Larry Rivers

(August 17, 1923, Bronx, New York-August 14, 2002). American artist, musician and actor. Born Yitzhok Loiza Grossberg. Changed his name to Larry Rivers, 1940. Noted for his "pop" art.

Larry Rivers Signature

Alice Mitchell Rivlin

(March 4, 1931, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-Alive). American economist. Assistant U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare for Planning and Evaluation, 1966-1968. Director, Congressional Budget Office, 1975-1983. Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget, 1993-1994, Director, 1994-1996. Governor of the Federal Reserve, 1996-1999.

Alice M. Rivlin Signature

Reuven Ruby Rivlin

(September 9, 1939, Jerusalem, Palestine-Alive). Israeli politician. Chairman, Likud Party, 1988-1993. Likud Party Member of the Knesset of Israel, 1988-Current (Speaker of the Knesset, 2003-2006). Minister of Communications of Israel, 2001-2003. A critic of Ariel Sharon's disengagement from Gaza.

Reuven Ruby Rivlin Signature