S. Sterling Munro, Jr. (2 March 1932 – 9 March 1992) was an aide of former Washington Senator Henry M. Jackson best known for being one of the members of Richard Nixon's Enemies List.

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Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Munro received a bachelor's degree in political science from George Washington University in 1957.

During his career in politics, he was also administrator of the Bonneville Power Association.[1][2]

Munro died in Seattle, Washington of a heart attack.[3]

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