Jameson G. Campaigne, Jr.
Jameson Campaigne has been a member of the ACU board for forty years, serving as Secretary and a member of its executive committee for three decades. He publishes books under the "Jameson Books" and "Green Hill Publishers" imprints, producing some 15 million books over the past four decades. He is a founder of Young Americans for Freedom, a charter (founding) member of the Philadelphia Society and a member of the Mont Pelerin Society since 1973, sponsored by Milton Friedman. He was a member of the four-person steering committee which elected former ACU chairman Philip Crane to Congress in a surprising upset election in 1969, and was active in the Reagan presidential campaigns of 1968, 1976, and in 1980 on the steering committee of the Illinois for Reagan campaign.