Samuel M. Lambert (10 March 1913 - 9 April 1991) was executive secretary of the National Education Association during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. Because of the political power wielded by the group, and because of their opposition of federal funding for parochial schools, Lambert was placed on Nixon's Enemies List.
Lambert died of cancer at age 78 in Washington, DC.
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- Cook, Joan (April 12, 1991). Samuel Lambert, 78, Former Head Of Education Association, Is Dead. New York Times
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