Rabbi Moshe Sherer (June 18, 1921 - May 17, 1998) was co-Chairman of the Agudath Israel World Organization from 1980, and the Chairman of Agudath Israel of America from the 1960s, until his death in 1998.
He was an active presence in the United States capital for better than half-a-century, advocating the interests and articulating the views of Orthodox Jewry. In 1988 he created the only full-time Orthodox Jewish government affairs office in Washington D.C.
He died of leukemia on Sunday, May 17, 1998.
- Daring to Dream. New York, NY: Agudath Israel of America. May 2003. pp. 266–267.
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