Dwight D. Eisenhower: Soldier, President, Statesman

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About the Speakers MEMBERS OF THE EISENHOWER FAMILY
D. David Eisenhower II

Author, forthcoming three volume biography, The Eisenhower Years (publication of Volume I, Spring 1985)

Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania

Susan Eisenhower

Communications and Public Relations Consultant for profit and non-profit organizations.

PUBLIC FIGURES AND THE PRESS

H. Meade Alcorn, Jr.

Partner, Tyler, Cooper & Alcorn

General Counsel, Republican National Committee, 1959-1961

Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1957-1959

Robert F. Bacher

Professor Emeritus of Physics

California Institute of Technology

Member, President's Science Advisory Committee, 1953-1955

Member, Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-1949

Head of Experimental Physics Division, Los Alamos Laboratory Atomic Bomb Project, 1943-1945

Hans A. Bethe

Professor Emeritus of Physics

Cornell University

Member, President's Science Advisory Committee, 1956-1960

Member, Presidential Study on Disarmament, 1958

Director of Theoretical Physics Division, Los Alamos Laboratory Atomic Bomb Project, 1943-1946

Recipient of numerous science awards including Nobel Prize in Physics, 1967

William J. Casey

Director, Central Intelligence Agency

Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1973-1974

Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission, 1971-1973

Former Partner, Hall, Casey, Dickler & Howley

Arthur H. Dean

Partner and Counsel, Sullivan & Cromwell, 1929-1979

Chairman, U.S. Delegation to 18-Nation Disarmament Conference, Geneva, 1962

Chairman, U.S. Delegation to the Conference on Discontinuance of Nuclear

Weapons Tests, Geneva, 1961-1962

Special Ambassador to Korea (for Post-Armistice Negotiations at Panmunjom), 1953-1954

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