The subsequent director of the Hoover Institution was C. Easton Rothwell, 1952-60; he had been chairman of research at the Hoover Establishment 1947-52. From 1941-46, he served as chief of spec. The Ford Foundation has many capitalist and CIA connections. The Ford Foundation launched behaviourism or individuals management into the curricula at Harvard Enterprise School through the director, Donald K. David, in 1956. David obtained a $2 million grant from Ford Basis for this program, while he was a director of the inspiration. He grew to become economist for the Chamber of Commerce 1951-54, American Enterprise Institute, 1954-60, when he turned head of Hoover Establishment. UNESCO; other partners of this firm are William J. van den Heuvel, former law associate of Gen. Donovan, and his assistant when he was Ambassador to Thailand, campaign supervisor Jimmy Garter 1976; Rita Hauser, director Brookings Institution; and Robert B. Anderson former Secretary of Navy and Secretary of Treasury. Columbia U. Law School, director of the NAACP Legal Fund since 1978. Her husband Bruce Rabb is companion of the Wall Street legislation agency, Stroock Stroock & Lavan, organized the Lehrman Institute and has been secretary of it since 1978; his father, Maxwell Rabb can be companion of this legislation agency he was adm.
Va., editor AEI publication The Economist since 1977, served on War Production Board 1941-44, Brookings Institution fellow 1967-69, Council of Economic Advisers 1969, chairman 1972-74; Robert H. Bork, prof. law at Yale, former Solicitor General and Acting Atty. His son, William Jr. former adviser to President Nixon, took over AEI and its staff of 150. Jr. was adm. L.L. Strauss, of Kuhn, Loeb Co., chmn AEC 1946-50, lists himself in Whos Who as financial adviser to Messrs Rockefeller; R.Douglas Stewart, president Quaker Oats; Gardner Simonds, chmn Tenneco, Kern County Land Co.; Robert C. Tyson, chmn U.S. The head of Reagans Presidential Transition Team on cabinet appointments in 1980 was W. Glenn Campbell, Harvard graduate and head of Hoover Institution; Reagans adviser on social security was his spouse, Rita Ricardo Campbell. An article in CHANGE, Oct. 1981 states that Rita Ricardo helped form Reagans considering on social safety and nationwide health insurance, each of that are applied as taxation on the staff earnings. Richard Reeves mentions in the N.Y.