Robert Reich Net Worth
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$17’000’000. *This information was provided by Dave, 37 years old. Job: (Ski Maker, Wood). From Sacred Heart, Minnesota
$11’000’000. *This information was provided by Dael Teal, 25 years old. Job: (Orthopedic-Boot-And-Shoe Designer And Maker). From Raceland, Louisiana
$43’000’000. *This information was provided by Lin Cockcroft, 43 years old. Job: (Pellet-Mill Operator). From Merry Hill, North Carolina
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1,78m.**This information was provided by Kalil Ramella, 35 years old. Job: (Kick Press Setter). From Galena, Illinois.
1,81m.***This information was provided by Angelika Ahn, 31 years old. Job: (Pleat Patternmaker). From Wood, South Dakota.
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88kg.*This information was provided by Rem Parker-Johnson, 26 years old. From Ferguson, Kentucky.
Robert Bernard Reich information
Birth date and age[BOD]: June 24, 1946
The place of birth (POB): Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
Height:410? (1.49 m)
Profession: American political commentator, professor, and author
Education:Yale University, Dartmouth College, University of Oxford, Yale Law School, University College, John Jay High School
Spouse:Clare Dalton (m. 1973 – 2012)
Children:Adam, SamBooks:Work of Nations, Reason, Supercapitalism, Aftershock: The Next Economy And America, Beyond Outrage