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Bill Kristol

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Date of Birth: 1952 , December-23
Birth Nation: United States

Quick Timeline of Bill Kristol

1952 Born in New York City, New York
1970 Graduated from Collegiate School
1979 Received his PhD from Harvard
1976 Worked for Daniel Patrick Moynihan
1985 Was named the chief of staff at the Secretary of Education William Bennett
1993 Was named the chairman of the Project for the Republican Future
1995 Founded The Weekly Standard
1996 Became the panelist of the ABC Sunday news program This Week
2008 Joined The New York Times
1975 Married to Susan Scheinberg

Detail Timeline of Bill Kristol

December 23 , 1952

Born in New York City, New York

Bill Kristol was born at the end of 1952 in New York City, New York, United States of America to Gertrude Himmelfarb and Irving Kristol. His father was the managing editor of Commentary magazine. He has one sister named Elizabeth Nelson.

1970

Graduated from Collegiate School

Bill Kristol was born and raised in New York City. He was raised in an educated family. There he got enrolled at Collegiate School. Collegiate School is a preparatory school for boys. He earned his high school graduation from there in 1970.

1979

Received his PhD from Harvard

After his high school, he continued his A.B. in Harvard College. He graduated magna cum laude within three years. He also attended Harvey Mansfield. He also continued his Ph.D. in government at Harvard and earned his doctorate degree from there in 1979.

1976

Worked for Daniel Patrick Moynihan

While he was pursuing his doctorate degree at Harvard, he worked in the Daniel Patrick Moynihan's successful U.S. Senate campaign. He joined them in 1976. There he worked as a deputy issues director at the Democratic primary.

1985

Was named the chief of staff at the Secretary of Education William Bennett

In 1985, he began working for Secretary of Education William Bennett as his chief of staff. He also worked in the George H. W. Bush administration as the Chief of Staff to the Vice President Dan Quayle.

1993

Was named the chairman of the Project for the Republican Future

In 1993, he joined Project for the Republican Future as its chairman and he served in this project for about a year. In 1993, he also worked for the Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee. There he worked as the director of the Bradley Project. 

1995

Founded The Weekly Standard

He is the founder of the political magazine The Weekly Standard. John Podhoretz is the co founder of this magazine. He also served them as its editor. Rupert Murdoch, who is the Chairman and Managing Director of New Corp., financed this creation. 

1996

Became the panelist of the ABC Sunday news program This Week

In 1996, he joined ABC Sunday news program This Week as its panelist. Though it was one of the popular shows in the mid 1990s, its rating declined with the passage of time and his contract was not renewed at the end of 1990s. 

2008

Joined The New York Times

In 2007, he was hired by the Time as its columnist. Next year he began working for the The New York Times. He was also hired there as its columnist. In the early 2008, he served The New York Times as a writer of the weekly opinion column. 

1975

Married to Susan Scheinberg

While Bill was enrolled at Harvard College, he met love of his life Susan Scheinberg. His wife Susan Scheinberg has a Ph.D. in classics. They are still bonded into this married life. They have welcomed three children together.

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While Bill was enrolled at Harvard College, he met love of his life Susan Scheinberg. His wife Susan Scheinberg has a Ph.D. in classics. They are still bonded into this married life. They have welcomed three children together. His nationality is American and he is of white ethnicity.

Bill Kristol was born and raised in New York City. There he got enrolled at Collegiate School. Collegiate School is a preparatory school for boys. He earned his high school graduation from there in 1970. After his high school, he continued his A.B. in Harvard College. He graduated magna cum laude within three years. He also attended Harvey Mansfield. He also continued his Ph.D. in government at Harvard and earned his doctorate degree from there in 1979. In 1976, he worked in the Daniel Patrick Moynihan's successful U.S. Senate campaign. There he worked as a deputy issues director at the Democratic primary. Before he began working for the government, he worked as a teacher at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. There he taught political philosophy and American politics. In 1985, he began working for Secretary of Education William Bennett as his chief of staff. He also worked in the George H. W. Bush administration as the Chief of Staff to the Vice President Dan Quayle. In 1993, he joined Project for the Republican Future as its chairman and he served in this project for about a year. In 1996, he joined ABC Sunday news program This Week as its panelist. In 2007, he was hired by the Time as its columnist and the next year he began working for The New York Times. He was also hired there as its columnist. He is now aged 63 years old. His net worth is $5 Million.