I. Jack Martin
Who is I. Jack Martin?
On September 22, 1953, Martin was appointed as an administrative assistant to the President under President Dwight D. Eisenhower, coming to the President’s office from the staff of Senator Robert A. Taft. He served in Senator Taft’s office as an Administrative Assistant and as the Assistant to the Floor Leader. On August 27, 1958, Martin resigned from the President’s staff to assume his new position as Associate Judge of the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.
As an Administrative Assistant to the President, Martin was a member of the White House congressional liaison staff -- under the direction of Wilton Persons and later, Bryce Harlow. His principal responsibility was, together with the aid of the other members of the Congressional liaison staff, to get the Administration’s legislative programs enacted by the Congress and reaching the President’s desk for his signature in a form acceptable to the Administration.
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