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Allan Charles Brownfeld, American Columnist. Recipient Wall St. Journal Foundation award, 1963; decorated George Washington medal Freedoms Foundation, 1970, 71, 72, 73, 77, 84; named Distinguished Lecturer United States Air Force Special Operations School, 1970. Board of directors Council for Defense of Freedom, Washington, since 1984.


Brownfeld, Allan Charles was born on November 26, 1939 in New York City. Son of Benjamin and Estelle (Snyder) Brownfeld.


Bachelor, College of William and Mary, 1961. Juris Doctor, College of William and Mary, 1964. Master of Arts, University Maryland, 1968.


Faculty, St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Alexandria, Virginia, 1964-1965;faculty, U. Maryland., College Park, 1965-1966;special assistant internal security committee, United States Senate, Washington, 1967-1969;assistant to research director Republican Conference, House of Representatives, Washington, 1970;special assistant, Republican Philip M. Crane, Washington, 1970-1973;legislation assistant, Republican William Scherle, Washington, 1973-1974;editor, The New Guard, Washington, 1968-1969;Washington editor, Private Practice, 1970-1975;associate editor, The Lincoln Review, Washington, since 1984;editor, Issues, Washington, since 1989;consultant, Accuracy in Media, Washington, since 1984. Member president Ronald Reagan's transition team Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1980.


Board of directors Council for Defense of Freedom, Washington, since 1984.


Married Solveig Eggerz, June 2, 1970. Children: Alexandra, Peter, Burke.

Benjamin Brownfeld

Estelle (Snyder) Brownfeld

Solveig Eggerz

Alexandra Brownfeld

Peter Brownfeld

Burke Brownfeld