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* In 2006, Silberstein gave $100,000 each to the "yes" campaigns for [[California Proposition 87, Alternative Energy Oil Tax (2006)|Proposition 87, the Alternative Energy Oil Tax]] and [[California Proposition 89, Public Funding for Political Campaigns (2006)|Proposition 89, Public Funding for Political Campaigns]].
 
* In 2006, Silberstein gave $100,000 each to the "yes" campaigns for [[California Proposition 87, Alternative Energy Oil Tax (2006)|Proposition 87, the Alternative Energy Oil Tax]] and [[California Proposition 89, Public Funding for Political Campaigns (2006)|Proposition 89, Public Funding for Political Campaigns]].
  
* In 2003, the Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation gave $100,000 to Media Matters for America through the Tides Foundation.<ref>[http://www.capitalresearch.org/pubs/pdf/v1185463420.pdf ''Capital Research'', "Media Matters for America", July 2007]</ref>
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* In 2003, the Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation gave $100,000 to Media Matters for America through the Tides Foundation.<ref>[http://www.capitalresearch.org/pubs/pdf/v1185463420.pdf ''Capital Research'', "Media Matters for America," July 2007]</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:17, 21 March 2014

Stephen M. Silberstein is the founder and the first president of Innovative Interfaced, a company that supplied computer software for the automation of college and city libraries. He sold his interest in the company in 2001.[1]

Silberstein was an administrator at the University of California-Berkeley and an instructor in the Computer Science Department.

He serves on the boards of the Belvedere-Tiburon Library Foundation, the University of California Berkeley Foundation, and the U.C. Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy.

Silberstein graduated from UC-Berkeley with a B.A. in economics and a Master's degree in library science.

Political giving

  • In 2003, the Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation gave $100,000 to Media Matters for America through the Tides Foundation.[2]

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