brain trust

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More recently, any group of experts assembled to give advice
Originally, a group of experts who advise a government, often informally
Group of advisers to Franklin Roosevelt in his 1932 presidential campaign. Its principal members were the Columbia University professors Raymond Moley, Rexford Tugwell, and Adolf A. Berle, Jr. (1895-1971). They presented Roosevelt with analyses of national social and economic problems and helped him devise public-policy solutions. The group did not meet after Roosevelt became president, but members served in government posts. See also New Deal
brilliant team, thinking crew
brain trusts
plural form of brain trust
brain trust