Bill Wilson (activist)
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Bill Wilson (born 1953) is a limited government activist. He is a board member and former president of Americans for Limited Government; a Virginia based non-profit group promoting small government. During his career, he has been active with various groups advocating for right-to-work laws, term limits and school choice.
Wilson grew up in a military household in rural Maryland. He has said that “I was raised to believe and have always believed that small government is best.”〔 He would go on to graduate from the University of Delaware in 1975 earning a degree in political science. His career in the field of politics began shortly thereafter when he worked on Ronald Reagan’s campaign during the 1976 Delaware primary as a Youth Coordinator.〔 He currently resides in Fairfax, Virginia with his wife Tessie with whom he has two grown children.〔(【引用サイトリンク】accessdate=2012-03-21 )〕
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