The President's Commission on the Assassination of
Earl Warren -- Chief Justice of the United
States Supreme Court since 1953; Attorney General of California,
1939-43; Governor of California, 1943-53; Republican candidate
for Vice-President, 1948.
Hale Boggs -- U.S. Representative (Democrat-Louisiana):
member of 77th, 80th-88th Congresses; deputy Democratic Whip;
Vice-Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 1956; Chairman,
Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy; member, Ways and Means,
Joint Economic Committee.
John Sherman Cooper -- U.S. Senator (Republican-Kentucky):
U.S. Senator 1946-48, 1952-55, 1957-; U.S. Ambassador to Indea,
1955-56; member, Committees on Agriculture and Forestry, on Rules
and Administration, Joint Committee on the Library.
Allen W. Dulles -- Director, U.S. Central Intelligence
Agency, 1953-61; deputy director, 1951-53; served with O.S.S.
during World War II; Director, Council on Foreign Relations; author
of "The Craft of Intelligence."
Gerald R. Ford -- U.S. Representative (Republican-Michigan):
member 81st-88th Congresses; delegate to Interparlamentary Union,
Warsaw Poland, 1959, Belgium, 1961; member, Committee on Appropriations.
John J. McCloy -- attorney, Advisor to President Kennedy,
1961-63; The Assistant Secretary of War, 1941-45; President of
the World Bank, 1947-49; U.S. High Commissioner to Germany, 1949-52;
Chairman of the Board, Chase Manhattan Bank, 1953-60.
Richard B. Russell -- U.S. Senator (Democrat-Georgia);
Governor of Georgia, 1931-32; U.S. Senator, 1932-; Chairman, Senate
Armed Services Committee; member, Committees on Appropriations,
on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Joint Committee on Atomic
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