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In the months after his resignation, Rumsfeld toured the New York publishing houses in preparation for a potential memoir. An agreement on a book deal has not been announced.
In May 2007, Time magazine reported that Rumsfeld was in the early stages of establishing an educational foundation that would provide fellowships to talented individuals from the private sector who wanted to serve for some time in government. Rumsfeld would finance the foundation.
In September 2007, Rumsfeld received a one-year appointment as a fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, joining (among others) retired Army Gen. John P. Abizaid, former commander of US forces in Iraq, and fellow conservatives George Shultz and Newt Gingrich. He will participate in the institution's new task force studying post-September 11 ideology and non-state terror.