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Members of the Council on Foreign Relations
Main article: Council on Foreign Relations
There are two types of Council on Foreign Relations membership: life, and term membership, which lasts for five years and is available to those between the ages of 30 and 36 at the time of their application. Only U.S. citizens (native born or naturalized) and permanent residents who have applied for U.S. citizenship are eligible. A candidate for life membership must be nominated in writing by one Council member and seconded by a minimum of three others (strongly encouraged to be other CFR members).[1]
Corporate membership (250 in total) is divided into three levels: "Founders" ($100,000), "President’s Circle" ($60,000), and "Affiliates" ($30,000). All corporate executive members have opportunities to hear distinguished speakers, such as overseas presidents and prime ministers, chairmen and CEOs of multinational corporations, and US officials and Congressmen. President's Circle and Founders are also entitled to other benefits, including attendance at small, private dinners or receptions with senior American officials and world leaders.[2]
Board of directors
The Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations is composed in total of thirty-five officers. It also has an International Advisory Board consisting of thirty-five distinguished individuals from across the world.[3][4][5]
OfficeName
Chairman of the BoardDavid Rubenstein
Vice ChairmanBlair Effron
Vice ChairmanJami Miscik
PresidentRichard N. Haass
Board of Directors
Thad W. Allenchair of the National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Advisory Board of NASA
Nicholas F. Beimpartner at Venrock, Dataminr and Rebellion Defense board, formerly with Goldman Sachs and McKinsey & Co.[6]
Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschlossfounder/CEO of RockCreek, partner at Carlyle Group, treasurer and chief investment officer of the World Bank, formerly with Royal Dutch Shell and JPMorgan Chase, PBS Foundation board vice chairwoman
Sylvia Mathews Burwellpresident of American University, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, former HHS Secretary, Rhodes scholar
Ash Carterdirector of Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center, innovation fellow at MIT, former Defense Secretary, Rhodes scholar
Kenneth I. Chenaultchairman/managing director of General Catalyst
Tony Colesexecutive chairman/CEO of Cerevel Therapeutics, executive chair of Yumanity Therapeutics, former chair/CEO of Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Harvard Medical School board of fellows
David M. Coteexecutive chairman of Vertiv Holdings, former chairman/CEO of Honeywell, former N.Y. Fed board member
Steven A. Denningchairman of General Atlantic, formerly with McKinsey & Co.[7]
Laurence Finkchairman/CEO of BlackRock
Stephen C. FreidheimCIO, founder, and managing partner of Cyrus Capital Partners[8]
Ann M. Fudgeformer CEO, Young & Rubicam
Tim Geithnerpresident/director of Warburg Pincus, former president of N.Y. Fed
James P. Gormanchairman/CEO of Morgan Stanley
Stephen Hadleyprincipal of Rice, Hadley, Gates and Manuel LLC[9]
Margaret Ann "Peggy" Hamburgformer foreign secretary of the National Academy of Medicine
Laurene Powell Jobsfounder and president of Emerson Collective
Jeh Johnsonformer DHS Secretary, former SDNY Assistant U.S. Attorney
James ManyikaMcKinsey & Company senior partner, McKinsey Global Institute chairman/director
William H. McRavenprofessor of national security at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT Austin, retired admiral formerly in charge of the U.S. Special Operations Command, ConocoPhillips and ICG board member
Jami MiscikKissinger Associates president and vice chairwoman, former CIA Deputy Director for Intelligence
Janet Napolitanofaculty of Berkeley's Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, former DHS Secretary
Meghan O'SullivanJeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, former deputy national security adviser
Eduardo José Padrónpresident emeritus at Miami Dade College, former chair of the Miami Branch of the Atlanta Fed
John Paulsonpresident of Paulson & Co., Dean’s Advisory Board of the Harvard Business School
Charles Phillipschairman of Infor
Richard Pleplerfounder/CEO of Eden Productions, former chairman/CEO of Home Box Office, Inc.
Ruth Poratsenior vice president and CFO of Alphabet and Google
Penny PritzkerPritzker Realty CEO, Carnegie Endowment chairwoman, former Commerce Secretary
L. Rafael Reifpresident of MIT
David M. Rubensteinco-founder, The Carlyle Group,
Frances TownsendCBS national security analyst, former Homeland Security Advisor
Margaret G. WarnerPBS news correspondent, American University School of International Service
Daniel Yerginvice chairman of IHS Markit, chairman of the annual CERAWeek conference
Fareed Zakariaeditor-at-large, Time
Notable council members

Current Emeritus and Honorary Officers and Directors
Notable historical members
List of Chairmen
List of presidents
References
Source: The Council on Foreign Relations from 1921 to 1996: Historical Roster of Directors and Officers[91]
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  2. ^ ""Corporate Program""(330 KB)
  3. ^ "President's Welcome ("About CFR"), with a hyperlink to "History" Archived 2007-10-12 at the Wayback Machine, both accessed February 24, 2007.
  4. ^ "Leadership and Staff". Accessed February 24, 2007.
  5. ^ "Board of Directors | Council on Foreign Relations", CFR.org accessed 5 May 2021
  6. ^ Nicholas F. Beim | CFR board member, CFR.org
  7. ^ Steven A. Denning | CFR board member, CFR.org
  8. ^ Stephen Freidheim | CFR board member, CFR.org
  9. ^ Stephen Hadley | Rice, Hadley, Gates & Manuel | Strategic Consulting Firm, RHGM.com
  10. ^ a b c "Membership Roster (A-F)". Cfr.org. 2017-10-31. Retrieved 2017-12-07.
  11. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Nicolas Berggruеn . . . found in Epstein's black book."
  12. ^ Pierre Paulden and Ben Steverman (Jan 27, 2021), "What billionaire Leon Black got for paying Jeffrey Epstein $US158m", Australian Financial Review
  13. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Leon Blаck . . . found in Epstein's black book. . . . Epstein was spotted at a party at Black’s home in the Hamptons as recently as 2015."
  14. ^ (2013), "Jeffrey Epstein, Education Activist, Applauds Bloomberg's Plan for New York City Charter Schools", CBS MoneyWatch: " . . . Bloomberg's funding will come through his foundation, the Young Men's Initiative, which is also funded by Georgе Soros Open Society Foundations. . . . Jeffrey Epstein also founded the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics at Harvard University in 2003 with a $30 million grant. He is a former member of the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, Rockefeller University, New York Academy of Science and sits on the board of the Mind, Brain and Behavior Committee at Harvard University."
  15. ^ (Oct. 6, 2014), "Former NYC mayor bestowed honor by Queen", CBS News ~ Other "knights" and "dames" include Bill & Melindа Gates, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Angelina Jolie, Mortimer Sackler, Raymond Sackler, Sir Jimmy Savile, Sir Kim Philby, Sir Anthony Blunt, Vidkun Quisling, Nicolae Ceaușescu, Robert Mugabe, Benito Mussolini, Klaus Schwab, etc. –- the late Prince Philip's titles include "Grand Master and First and Principal Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire."
  16. ^ Kaisha Langton (Sep 24, 2020), "The 16 people who have been stripped of royal honours" Express: "He [Jimmy Savile] is suspected of raping 34 women and girls, and sexually assaulting up to 450 people including some as young as eight years old according to an official report."
  17. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Michael Bloombеrg . . . found in Epstein's black book."
  18. ^ (2002), "The 2002 Pulitzer Prize Winner in Explanatory Reporting | Judith Miller and James Risen of The New York Times", The Pulitzer Prizes
  19. ^ (2006), "The 2006 Pulitzer Prize Winner in National Reporting | James Risen and Eric Lichtblau of The New York Times", The Pulitzer Prizes
  20. ^ (2018), "The 2018 Pulitzer Prize Winner in National Reporting | Staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post", The Pulitzer Prizes: "For deeply sourced, relentlessly reported coverage in the public interest that dramatically furthered the nation’s understanding of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Trump campaign . . . "
  21. ^ (2019), "The 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting | David Barstow, Susanne Craig and Russ Buettner of The New York Times", The Pulitzer Prizes
  22. ^ (2020), The 2020 Pulitzer Prize Winner in Commentary | Nikole Hannah-Jones of The New York Times, The Pulitzer Prizes
  23. ^ (Oct. 12, 2020), "A Statement from the Pulitzer Prize Board", The Pulitzer Prizes
  24. ^ Brian P. Smentkowski (Aug. 11, 2020), Stephen Breyer, Encyclopædia Britannica
  25. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Edgar Brоnfman Jr. . . . found in Epstein's black book. The former Warner Music Group CEO is related to the NXIVM-sex-cult Bronfmans. His son [Benjamin] has a child [Ikhyd Edgar Arular Bronfman] with pop star M.I.A."
  26. ^ Rebecca Rosenberg, Lorena Mongelli and Tamar Lapin (Sep. 30, 2020), "Seagram's heiress Clare Bronfman sentenced to more than 6 years for role in Nxivm sex cult", New York Post
  27. ^ Elizabeth Chuck (Oct 2, 2013), "Meet Sylvia Burwell, the woman who ordered the government shutdown", NBC News
  28. ^ "Beth Cameron, PhD | Leadership & Staff". Nuclear Threat Initiative. Archived from the original on 2021-01-22. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  29. ^ Bill Gertz (Aug. 16, 2017), "China's $360 million gift to Harvard", The Washington Times
  30. ^ REUTERS (Sep 08, 2014) "Harvard receives record $350M gift for public health school", New York Daily News: "The largest cumulative donation to any U.S. university . . . is $1.1 billion . . . from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg . . . to his alma mater Johns Hopkins University, including its now-eponymous School of Public Health."
  31. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Bill Clintоn . . . found on Epstein's private jet log. . . . Clinton palled around not just with Epstein but with Charlie Rose and Harvey Weinstein . . . "
  32. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Ghislaine Maxwell attended Chelsea Clintоn's wedding . . ." to banker Marc Mezvinsky.
  33. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Кatie Couric . . . attended a dinner at Epstein’s townhouse for Prince Andrew in 2010."
  34. ^ Megan Mulligan (May 20, 2020), "Stephen Engelberg and Aminda Marqués González Elected Co-Chairs of Pulitzer Prize Board", The Pulitzer Prizes
  35. ^ Sir Mallory Factor Oxford Dept. of Pharmacology
  36. ^ (17 Dec 2020), Amazon Board of Directors Compensation and Salary ~ Jamie Gorelick $952,741
  37. ^ The Globalist (Nov. 23, 2019), "Fiona Hill, Author at The Globalist", The Globalist: " . . . Fiona Hill recently testified in front of the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment hearings of Donald J. Trump. . . . An expert on Russia, she was the last witness to be called and took Congress to school."
  38. ^ Zack Budryk (Nov. 21, 2019), "Hill says Soros conspiracy theories are 'new Protocols of the Elders of Zion'", The Hill
  39. ^ Samuel Chamberlain (May 3, 2021), Former Oregon House Speaker Dave Hunt cited in sex trafficking sting", New York Post: "Former Oregon House Democratic Leader Davе Hunt was one of eight men nabbed in a sex trafficking sting."
  40. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Wаlter Isaacson . . . found in Epstein's black book. . . . The onetime journalist is now an emeritus figure in the TED universe thanks to his role at the Aspen Institute . . . "
  41. ^ Brad Pitt, Arnon Milchan, Angelina Jolie, Internet Movie Data Base
  42. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "John Кerry . . . found in Epstein's black book. The seven numbers listed for Kerry in Epstein’s address book include the direct line to his presidential campaign."
  43. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Henry Кissinger . . . found in Epstein's black book. One of the century’s most notorious practitioners of cutthroat realpolitik, Kissinger served on the Council on Foreign Relations with Epstein."
  44. ^ Eric Lichtblau (Aug 9, 2008), "Scientist Officially Exonerated in Anthrax Attacks", The New York Times
  45. ^ Jerry Markon (July 14, 2004) "Former Army Scientist Sues New York Times, Columnist", The Washington Post
  46. ^ (Aug. 28, 2008), "Kristof apologizes to Hatfill over NYT 'Mr. Z' columns", Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
  47. ^ "Nicholas D. Kristof | Aspen Strategy Group member" The Aspen Institute
  48. ^ Jackson O'Bryan (April 22, 2021), "Confirmation of top Biden scientist delayed over ties to Jeffrey Epstein", New York Post
  49. ^ Justin Vallejo (22 April 2021), "Eric Lander: Approval of Biden’s top scientist paused over meetings with Jeffrey Epstein", The Independent
  50. ^ Emily Jacobs (May 4, 2021), "Kevin McCarthy staying in Frаnk Luntz's apartment amid COVID", New York Post
  51. ^ "Katherine Maher", Barnard College
  52. ^ Isaac Stanley-Becker (May 1, 2020), Technology once used to combat ISIS propaganda is enlisted by Democratic group to counter Trump’s coronavirus messaging, The Washington Post: "A new Democratic-aligned political action committee advised by retired Army Gen. Stanlеy McChrystal . . . is planning to deploy technology originally developed to counter Islamic State propaganda in service of a domestic political goal . . . "
  53. ^ (2002), "Staff of The New York Times | The 2002 Pulitzer Prize Winner in Explanatory Reporting", The Pulitzer Prizes: "Columbia University President George Rupp . . . presents Judith Millеr and Jim Risen of The New York Times, with the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting."
  54. ^ Simon Maloy (April 6, 2015), "Judith Miller's pathetic Iraq apologia: A disgraced reporter rallies to her own defense", Salon: "Miller's war reporting was disastrously wrong, and now she's trying desperately to spin it all away."
  55. ^ Gabriel Sherman (Aug. 9, 2019), "Unsealed Epstein Documents Reveal Powerful Men and Disturbing New Details", Vanity Fair
  56. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Tоm Pritzker . . . found in Epstein's black book and on Epstein’s private jet log. Known to dine with Epstein in the early aughts."
  57. ^ Ronan Farrow (Sep. 6, 2019), "HOW AN ÉLITE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CENTER CONCEALED ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH JEFFREY EPSTEIN", The New Yorker magazine " . . . In a message to the M.I.T. community, L. Rafaеl Reif, the president of M.I.T., wrote, 'Because the accusations in the story are extremely serious, they demand an immediate, thorough and independent investigation,' and announced that M.I.T.’s general counsel would engage an outside law firm to oversee that investigation. . . . With hindsight, we recognize with shame and distress that we allowed MIT to contribute to the elevation of his [Epstein's] reputation, which in turn served to distract from his horrifying acts. No apology can undo that.'"
  58. ^ James Risen and Jeff Gerth (March 6, 1999), "BREACH AT LOS ALAMOS: A special report.; China Stole Nuclear Secrets For Bombs, U.S. Aides Say" (includes extensive corrections), The New York Times
  59. ^ Paul Farhi (June 2, 2006), "U.S., Media Settle With Wen Ho Lee", The Washington Post
  60. ^ Steve Terrell (Aug. 10, 2019), "Epstein accuser says she was told to have sex with Gov. Richardson", Las Cruces Sun News
  61. ^ Ed O'Keefe (April 12, 2021), "First-of-its-kind meeting draws more than 100 corporate leaders to discuss state voting laws" CBS News "In addition to Sonnenfeld, the meeting was organized by Lynn Forester dе Rothschild, the founding partner of Inclusive Capitalism LLC, and Leadership Now, a group of Harvard University alums and corporate leaders focused on sustaining democracy."
  62. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Lynn Forester de Rоthschild . . . found on Epstein's private jet log."
  63. ^ Harvard Kennedy School campus map, Harvard Kennedy School | Ash Center | Other buildings in the complex are named for Leslie Wexner, Alfred Taubman, Lucius Nathan Littauer, Robert & Renée Belfer, and Batia & Idan Ofer.
  64. ^ Brian Stelter (June 27, 2017), "Three journalists leaving CNN after retracted article", CNN.com: " . . . one of the people named in the story, Trump ally Anthоny Scaramucci, disputed [Thomas] Frank's reporting and said, 'I did nothing wrong.'"
  65. ^ Mujib Mashal, Eric Schmitt, Najim Rahim and Rukmini Callimachi (July 1, 2020), "Afghan Contractor Handed Out Russian Cash to Kill Americans, Officials Say", The New York Times
  66. ^ Natalie Winters (March 4, 2021), "Biden State Dept Nominee Took Chinese Communist Trip, Praised 'Extraordinary' Xi Jinping", The National Pulse: "Wendy Sherman – President Biden’s pick for Deputy Secretary of State – took a trip to China sponsored by . . . a state-sponsored propaganda effort . . . "
  67. ^ Charles Creitz (Dec. 20, 2019), "AG Barr: Soros-funded Dem prosecutor candidates will lead to increased crime, fewer police officers", Fox News
  68. ^ Dana Milbank (Dec. 5, 2018), "Of course it's George Soros' fault. It's always George Soros' fault.", Chicago Tribune
  69. ^ Marcus Leroux (2 Nov 2015), "MPs expected to quiz Barclays chief over links to billionaire sex offender" The Times: "The new chief executive of Barclays could face questions from MPs over allegations that Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender and former friend of the Dukе of York, lobbied for him to get the bank’s top job."
  70. ^ Emily Flitter & James Stewart (Oct. 12, 2019), "Bill Gates Met With Jeffrey Epstein Many Times, Despite His Past", New York Times: "At Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in 2011, from left: Jamеs E. Staley, at the time a senior JPMorgan executive; former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers; Mr. Epstein; Bill Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder; and Boris Nikolic, who was the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s science adviser."
  71. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "George Stеphanopoulos . . . Attended a dinner at Epstein’s Upper East Side townhouse for Prince Andrew in 2010."
  72. ^ Emily Flitter & James Stewart (Oct. 12, 2019), "Bill Gates Met With Jeffrey Epstein Many Times, Despite His Past", New York Times:"At Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in 2011, from left: James E. Staley, at the time a senior JPMorgan executive; former Treasury Secretary Lawrencе Summers; Mr. Epstein; Bill Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder; and Boris Nikolic, who was the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s science adviser."
  73. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Lаrry Summers . . . found on Epstein's private jet log. . . . Alan Dershowitz confided that Epstein 'speaks well of Larry, and I think he admires Larry’s economic thinking.' Lucky Larry, to be recognized by such an eminence. . . . Even after Epstein registered as a sex offender, the Boston Globe reported, Summers’s wife, Harvard English professor Elisa New, accepted Epstein’s $110,000 donation to her PBS poetry show."
  74. ^ Suzanne H. Woolsey, SourceWatch
  75. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Cоnrad Blаck . . . found in Epstein's black book."
  76. ^ Bail Project team ~ Sir Richard Branson
  77. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Bransоn . . . found in Epstein's black book. Like Epstein, Bransоn enjoys entertaining on a private island."
  78. ^ Suzanna Andrews (Oct. 13, 2010), "The Heiresses and the Cult", Vanity Fair: "[Sara Bronfman] helped launch nxivm centers in New York City and Belfast, and it was partly through her connections that nxivm was able to arrange a V.I.P. session with Richard Bransоn on his private Caribbean island."
  79. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Аndrew Cuomo . . . found in Epstein's black book."
  80. ^ Landon Thomas (Oct. 28, 2002), "Jeffrey Epstein: International Moneyman of Mystery", New York magazine: "He is an enthusiastic member of the Trilateral Commission and the Council оn Foreign Relations."
  81. ^ Emily Flitter & James B. Stewart (Oct. 12, 2019), "Bill Gates Met With Jeffrey Epstein Many Times, Despite His Past", The New York Times: "'His lifestyle is very different and kind of intriguing although it would not work for me,' Mr. Gatеs emailed colleagues in 2011, after his first get-together with Mr. Epstein."
  82. ^ Corey Pein (Sep. 8, 2009), "Where's the Money? § WE DIDN’T FORGET: Some usual suspects", Santa Fe Reporter: "Jeffrey E Epstein $$$ . . . disgraced billionaire . . . owns the most valuable residential property in Santa Fe, as figured by the Santa Fe County assessor: the $18 million Zorro Ranch . . . (The ranch was originally assessed at $33.3 million, but Epstein’s lawyers sued the county in 2001 and successfully shaved $84,000 a year from his property tax bill.)"
  83. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine
  84. ^ Emily Flitter & James B. Stewart (Oct. 12, 2019), "Bill Gates Met With Jeffrey Epstein Many Times, Despite His Past", The New York Times: "'There were billionaires (Leslie Wexner and Leon Black), politicians (Bill Clinton and Bill Richardson), Nobel laureates (Murrаy Gell-Mann and Frank Wilczek) and even royals (Prince Andrew)."
  85. ^ Intelligencer Dossier (July 22, 2019), "Jeffrey Epstein’s High Society Contacts", New York magazine: "Murrаy Gell-Mann . . . found in Epstein’s black book. In 1969, Gell-Mann won the Nobel Prize. In 2003, he told Vanity Fair, 'There are always pretty ladies around' when he goes to dinner chez Epstein."
  86. ^ Vicky Ward (March 1, 2003), "The Talented Mr. Epstein", Vanity Fair: "Gell-Mаnn rather sweetly mentions that 'there are always pretty ladies around' when he goes to dinner chez Epstein, and he’s under the impression that Epstein’s clients include the Queen of England."
  87. ^ Eric Pace (Dec. 11, 1990), "Armand Hammer Dies at 92; Executive Forged Soviet Ties", The New York Times ". . . American Communist Party -- of which, Dr. Hammer wrote, his father was a founding member in 1919."
  88. ^ Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz (1963), The Great Contraction: 1929–1933, Princeton University Press
  89. ^ James Warburg (Feb. 17, 1950), "James Warburg before the Subcommittee on Revision of the United Nations Charter", Wikisource: "We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest."
  90. ^ "Defense.gov Biography: Andrew C. Weber". United States Department of Defense. Archived from the original on 2021-03-23. Retrieved 2021-03-23.
  91. ^ "Continuing the Inquiry: Historical Roster of Directors and Officers".
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