Robert Reich (Economist) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Robert Reich

Best known for serving during the presidential administration of Bill Clinton as the twenty-second United States Secretary of Labor, this author and political figure also entered the 2002 Massachusetts gubernatorial race and taught at Harvard, Brandeis, and the University of California, Berkeley.

After graduating with honors from Dartmouth College, he studied at the University of Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship and went on to attend Yale Law School, where he was a classmate of both Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Afflicted with a genetic disorder called multiple epiphyseal dysplasia (or Fairbanks disease), he reached an adult height of just under 4 feet, 11 inches. His bestselling books include Beyond Outrage and The Work of Nations, Reason, Supercapitalism, Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future.

His marriage to Englishwoman Clare Dalton lasted from 1973 until 2012 and resulted in children named Adam and Sam.

In the late 1970s, he was appointed by then-President Jimmy Carter to the position of the Federal Trade Commission’s Director of Policy Planning Staff.

Robert Reich Age

How old is Robert Reich? He was born in 1946, he is 77 years old.

Robert Reich Height & Weight

How tall is Robert Reich? He stands 4 feet 11 inch (149 cm) tall.

No weight data is available right now.

Robert Reich Wiki

Robert Reich Wiki/Bio
Famous asEconomist
Age77 years old
BirthdayJune 24, 1946
Zodiac SignCancer
Heightapprox. 4 ft 11 in (149 cm)

Quotes by Robert Reich

Community colleges are great bargains. They avoid the fancy amenities four-year liberal arts colleges need in order to lure the children of the middle class.

— Robert Reich

Increasingly, corporate nationality is whatever a corporation decides it is.

— Robert Reich

Over the long term, the only way we’re going to raise wages, grow the economy, and improve American competitiveness is by investing in our people – especially their educations.

— Robert Reich

If we give up on politics, we’re done for. Powerlessness is a self-fulfilling prophesy.

— Robert Reich

More people are killed by stray bullets every day in America than have been killed by Ebola here. More are dying because of poverty and hunger.

— Robert Reich