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Peter Ferrara Bio

Peter J. Ferrara is an American policy analyst and columnist. His proposal to privatize Social Security was championed by the George W. Bush administration.[1] Ferrara took money from convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff to write op-ed pieces favorable to Abramoff clients such as the Northern Marianas Islands and Indian tribes such as the Choctaw. Ferrara remains unrepentant and intends to pursue the practice in the future: "I do that all the time. I've done that in the past, and I'll do it in the future."[2] [3] Ferrara is a senior policy adviser at the conservative Institute for Policy Innovation and has worked for the Cato Institute and Heritage Foundation. He was a Senior Fellow of the Free Enterprise Fund ("FEF"), a free market advocacy group. Peter Ferrara is known[4] for his "What Is An American?" essay, published September 25th, 2001, just after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon[5].