national foundation for american policy

National Foundation for American Policy (NAFP)

The National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP, is a loose immigration, free trade, globalism advocacy group located in Arlington, Virginia:

It's headed by Stuart Anderson. He formerly worked for the INS, the CATO Institute, and Senators Spencer Abraham and Sam Brownback.

The members of their advisory board are:

* Abraham
* Jagdish Bhagwati, professor at Columbia University and a globalist who advises the United Nations and the WTO.
* Richard Vedder of Ohio University
* James Ziglar, formerly INS Commissioner

Another person current or formerly involved with them is Cesar Conda (link, link).

See also "[NFAP] Urges India to Fight Against U.S. Interests in WTO", link.

Last modified May 25, 2011
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