Sec. Interior, now president of COMSAT; David Tennant Bryan, married into the Harkness household, chmn Media General; Willard C. Butcher, former chmn Chase Manhattan, now director American Enterprise Institute; Joseph Coors, director Heritage Basis; Charles A. Dana Jr., director Manufacturers Hanover Belief, Dana Basis; Shelby Cullon Davis, was with CBS 1932-34, economic adviser to Dewey in his Presidential campaigns, Ambassador to Switzerland 1969-75, trustee of Princeton, Heritage Foundation; Maurice Greenberg, president American International Group; Alan Greenspan, president Economics Advisers since 1981, consultant to U.S. Institute of International Education father of late Laurence Duggan who died mysteriously, member of World Peace Foundation, League of Nations Association; John Foster Dulles; Anson Phelps Stokes, of the Institute of International Education, director General Education Board; Harold H. Swift, chmn Swift Packing Co. churn War Finance Committee Dept. of Treasury 1941-44; Augustus Trowbidge, intelligence director of American Exped. Treasury and Federal Reserve Board 1971-74, director Time, General Foods, J.P. Va., editor AEI publication The Economist since 1977, served on Struggle Production Board 1941-44, Brookings Institution fellow 1967-69, Council of Financial Advisers 1969, chairman 1972-74; Robert H. Bork, prof. regulation at Yale, former Solicitor General and Acting Atty. Chairman of the editorial board is David Meiselman of the Mont Pelerin Society. In 1980, the Mont Pelerin Society met on the Hoover Establishment, with 600 members and visitors present. A community of secret groups, the Mont Pelerin Society, Trilateral Commission, Ditchley Foundation, and Club of Rome is conduit for instructions to the Tavistock community.
Morgan; Irving S. Shapiro, former chairman DuPont, director of Citicorp and Citibank, IBM, director US-USSR Trade & Economic Council; Glen E. Watt, of AFL-CIO, member Club of Rome, Trilateral Commission, Aspen Institute. Committee for a Free World; her husband is neo-conservative Norman Podhoretz, editor of Commentary magazine; Robert Dee, chmn Smith Kline drug firm, director United Technologies with William Simon; William Simon, director Citibank, former Secretary of the Treasury; Lewis E. Lehrman, head of the Lehrman Institute; John D. Wrather, heir to an oil fortune, head of the leisure conglomerate Wrather Inc. and director of Hoover. Cato is funded by Charles Koch of Kansas, head of Koch industries, who amassed a fortune of $seven-hundred million. Wesley Clair Mitchells career was dedicated to uniting the Austrian. Present have been Wesley Campbell. The Guide to the Hoover Institution, printed in 1980, notes that Rita Campbell is Archivist; Robert Hessen is Deputy Archivist. E. Fleischmann Foundation spent $250,000 for Boris Nikolaevskys 40-12 months assortment of Russian paperwork, which were then presented to Hoover Institution. 1.2 million, was devoted for the Hoover Institution at Stanford by President Seymour of Yale, a Romanesque tower housing some 5 million documents, a lot of them sealed.