Margaret D. Tutwiler

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  1. "Welcome to the Alabama Academy of Honor". Archives.alabama.gov. Archived from the original on March 1, 2016. Retrieved December 2, 2016.
  2. Baker, Peter, and Glasser, Susan, 2020, The Man Who Ran Washington, Doubleday, ISBN   9780385540551, p. 107.
  3. Id., at p. 107
  4. Id., at p. 123
  5. Id. at p. 137
  6. Id., at p. 161
  7. Id., at p. 231
  8. Id., at p. 231
  9. Id., at p. 251
  10. Id., at p. 251
  11. Id., at p. 348.
  12. Id., at p. 349.
  13. See Note 9, above.
  14. Id., at p. 352.
  15. Id., at p. 364.
  16. Id., at p. 494
  17. Id., at p. 497
  18. Id., at p. 512
  19. Id., at p. 513
  20. Id., at p. 521
  21. Id., at p. 524
  22. Id., at p. 526
  23. Id., at p. 532
  24. Id., at p. 533
  25. Id., at p. 540
  26. Id., at p. 555
  27. Id., at p. 556
  28. Henry, David (August 2, 2010). "CIT Group's Thain Hires Ex-Presidential Aide Tutwiler for Communications". Bloomberg. Retrieved September 23, 2011.
  29. Profile Archived April 28, 2010, at the Wayback Machine , International Republican Institute website; accessed July 16, 2010.
Margaret Tutwiler
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Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs
In office
December 16, 2003 June 16, 2004
Political offices
Preceded by White House Director of Political Affairs
Acting

1984–1985
Succeeded byas White House Director of Political and Intergovernmental Affairs
Succeeded by
Preceded by Spokesperson for the United States Department of State
1989–1992
Succeeded by
Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs
1989–1992
Succeeded by
Preceded by White House Director of Communications
1992–1993
Succeeded by
Preceded by Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs
2003–2004
Succeeded by
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by United States Ambassador to Morocco
2001–2003
Succeeded by