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Persons

  • Abrams, General Creighton W., Jr., USA, Army Chief of Staff until his death in September 1974
  • Acheson, Dean, Secretary of State, January 21, 1949–January 20, 1953
  • Adenauer, Konrad, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949–1963; head of the West German CDU until 1966
  • Agnew, Spiro T., Vice President of the United States until October 10, 1973
  • Ahern, Paul L., Staff Member, Office of Management Operations, Department of State
  • Aherne, Richard W., Executive Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1976
  • Aiken, George D., Senator (R–Vermont) until January 3, 1975
  • Akalovsky, Alexander, staff member, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State
  • Albert, Carl B., Representative (D–Oklahoma); Speaker of the House until January 1977
  • Aleksandrov-Agentov, Andrei M., Assistant to Soviet General Secretary Brehznev
  • Allen, General Lew, Jr., USAF, Deputy to the Director of Central Intelligence for the Intelligence Community, March–August 1973; thereafter Director of the National Security Agency
  • Allende Gossens, Salvador, President of Chile until September 11, 1973
  • Andersen, Knud Borge, Danish Foreign Minister
  • Anderson, Admiral George W., Jr.(ret.) USN, Chairman of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board until 1976
  • Anderson, Jack, syndicated newspaper columnist, “Washington Merry-Go-Round”
  • Anderson, John B., Representative (R–Illinois)
  • Angleton, James J., Chief, Counterintelligence Staff, Central Intelligence Agency, until December 23, 1974
  • Areeda, Philip, Deputy Counsel to the President, 1974–1975
  • Arends, Leslie C., Representative (R–Illinois) until December 31, 1974; Minority Whip
  • Armstrong, Anne L., Counselor to the President
  • Armstrong, Oscar Vance, Political Adviser, U.S. Pacific Command until July 1973; Director, Office of People’s Republic of China and Mongolia Affairs, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Department of State, 1973–1976; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, from August 1976
  • Armstrong, Willis C., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs until April 16, 1974
  • Asad, Hafez, President of Syria
  • Ash, Roy L., Assistant to the President for Executive Management and Director of the Office of Management and Budget, February 2, 1973–February 3, 1975
  • Atherton, Alfred L., Jr. (Roy), Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs1970–1974; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
  • Bahr, Egon, State Secretary, West German Federal Chancellery
  • Baker, William O., President of Bell Laboratories; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board from 1969
  • Ball, George W., Under Secretary of State, 1961–1966; U.S. Representative to the United Nations, 1968
  • Baroody, William J., Jr., Special Assistant to the President and Chief, White House Office of Public Liaison
  • Bartholomew, Reginald, Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of Defense, 1973–1974; Deputy Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1974–1977; thereafter Director of the Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State
  • Beall, John Glenn, Jr., Senator (R–Maryland) until January 3, 1977
  • Bell, Alphonzo, Representative (R–California) until January 3, 1977
  • Bellmon, Henry, Senator (R–Oklahoma)
  • Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali, President of Pakistan and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense, 1971–1973; thereafter Prime Minister and Minister of Atomic Energy, Foreign Affairs, and Defense
  • Biester, Edward G. (Pete), Representative (R–Pennsylvania) until January 3, 1977
  • Bingham, Jonathan B., Representative (D–New York)
  • Boggs, Thomas Hale, Sr., Representative (D–Louisiana); House Majority Leader until January 1, 1973, when he was presumed dead after disappearing during an October 1972 Alaskan trip
  • Borg, Arthur C., Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State, from 1974 until June 1975; Executive Secretary, July 1976–April 1977
  • Borg, Parker W., Staff Officer, Executive Secretariat, and Special Assistant to the Director of the Foreign Service, Department of State, until 1974; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1974–1975
  • Boumediene, Houari, President of Algeria
  • Boverie, General Richard T., USAF, Deputy Director; Director, Program Analysis, National Security Council Staff, August 1974–January 1977
  • Boyatt, Thomas D., Director of Cypriot Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, Department of State, until 1973; Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in Chile from 1975
  • Brademas, John, Representative (D–Indiana); Majority Whip from January 1977
  • Brandt, Willy, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Bray, William G., Representative (R–Indiana) until January 3, 1975; thereafter Commissioner, American Battle Monuments Commission
  • Bremer, L. Paul (Jerry), Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1973–1976
  • Brennan, Peter J. Secretary of Labor, February 2, 1973–March 15, 1975
  • Brezhnev, Leonid I., First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
  • Bridges, Peter S., Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State, 1976
  • Brimelow, Sir Thomas, Deputy Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office
  • Brinegar, Claude S., Secretary of Transportation, February 2, 1973–February 1, 1975
  • Brooke, Edward W., III, Senator (R–Massachusetts)
  • Broomfield, William S., Representative (R–Michigan)
  • Brown, General George S., USAF, Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force; August 1, 1973–June 30, 1974; thereafter Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Brown, L. Dean, Ambassador to Jordan until November 29, 1973; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Management, December 28, 1973–February 23, 1975; also Special Envoy to Cyprus, 1974, and Lebanon, 1976
  • Bruce, David K.E., former Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Chief, U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing, May 14, 1973–September 25, 1974; U.S. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, October 17, 1974–February 12, 1976
  • Brzezinski, Zbigniew foreign policy adviser to the Carter Presidential campaign, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from January 21, 1977
  • Buchanan, John Hall, Jr., Representative (R–Alabama); member, U.S. delegation to the United Nations, 1973
  • Buchen, Philip W., Executive Director, Domestic Council Committee on the Right of Privacy, March–August 1974; White House Counsel, August 15, 1974–January 20, 1977
  • Buffum, William B., Ambassador to Lebanon until January 17, 1974; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, February 4, 1974–December 18, 1975
  • Bundy, McGeorge, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1961–1966; thereafter President of the Ford Foundation
  • Bunker, Ellsworth, Ambassador to the Republic of Vietnam until May 11, 1973; thereafter Ambassador at Large
  • Burch, Dean, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission until 1974; Counselor to the President, 1974–1975
  • Burger, Warren E., Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Burns, Arthur F., Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board
  • Bush, George H.W., U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations until January 18, 1973; Chief of the U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing, October 21, 1974–December 7, 1975; Chairman, Republican National Committee, Director of Central Intelligence, January 30, 1976–January 20, 1977
  • Butz, Earl L., Secretary of Agriculture until October 4, 1976
  • Byers, Wheaton, member and Executive Secretary, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Byrd, Harry Flood, Jr., Senator (I–Virginia)
  • Byrd, Robert C., Senator (D–West Virginia); Democratic Whip until January 1977; thereafter Senate Majority Leader
  • Byrnes, James, Secretary of State, 1945–1947
  • Campbell, J. Phil, Under Secretary of Agriculture
  • Campbell, Richard T., member, National Security Council Staff; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1973-1974
  • Carlucci, Frank C., Under Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare until 1974; Ambassador to Portugal from January 24, 1975
  • Carstens, Karl, Chairman, CDU/CSU Bundestag Parliamentary Group; member, CDU Federal Executive Committee
  • Carter, Jimmy (James E.), Governor of Georgia, January 1971–January 1975; Democratic Presidential candidate, 1975–1976; President of the United States, January 20, 1977–January 20, 1981
  • Carver, George A., Jr., Deputy to the Director of Central Intelligence for National Intelligence Officers from October 1, 1973
  • Case, Clifford P., Senator (R–New Jersey), member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
  • Casey, William J., Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission until 1973; Under Secretary of State for Economic and Agricultural Affairs, February 2, 1973–March 14, 1974; President and Chairman of the Export-Import Bank, 1974–1976; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board from 1976
  • Castro Ruz, Fidel, Premier of Cuba
  • Ceausescu, Nicolae, President of Romania
  • Cederberg, Elford A., Representative (R–Michigan)
  • Chaban-Delmas, Jacques, French Prime Minister, June 1969–July 1972
  • Chapin, Dwight L., Deputy Assistant to the President, 1971–1973
  • Cheney, Richard B., Deputy Assistant to the President, December 1974–November 1975; White House Chief of Staff and Assistant to the President, November 1975–January 1977
  • Cherne, Leon, Executive Director of the Research Institute of America; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board from June 28, 1973; Chairman from March 11, 1976
  • Chiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jieshi), President of the Republic of China; Chairman, Republic of China National Security Council; Director-General, Kuomintang (Guomindang)
  • Chiao (Ch’iao) Kuan-hua (Qiao Guanhua), Deputy [Vice] Foreign Minister, People’s Republic of China
  • Chou En-lai (Zhou Enlai), Premier of the People’s Republic of China
  • Church, Frank F., Senator (D–Idaho); Chairman, Senate Select Committee to Study Government Activities with Respect to Intelligence (Church Committee), 1975–1976, Select Committee on Aging, and Special Committee on the Termination of the National Emergency until 1976
  • Clark, Richard Clarence (Dick), Senator (D–Iowa)
  • Clements, William P., Deputy Secretary of Defense, January 30, 1973–1976
  • Cline, Ray, Director of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until November 24, 1973
  • Cochran, William Thad, Representative (R–Mississippi) from January 3, 1973
  • Cohen, William S., Representative (R–Maine) from January 3, 1973
  • Colby, William E., Executive Director-Comptroller, Central Intelligence Agency, until March 1973; Deputy Director of Central Intelligence for Operations, March 2, 1973–August 24, 1973; Director of Central Intelligence, September 4, 1973–January 30, 1976
  • Cole, Kenneth R., Jr., Executive Director, Domestic Council, from December 1972 and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, January 1974–March 1975
  • Colson, Charles W. (Chuck), former Special Counsel to the President
  • Conable, Barber Benjamin., Jr., Representative (R–New York)
  • Connor, James E., Director of the Office of Planning and Analysis, Atomic Energy Commission, until 1974; thereafter Secretary to the Cabinet and Staff Secretary to the President
  • Cooper, Charles A., member, National Security Council Staff, 1973–1974; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, 1974–1975
  • Coughlin, Robert Lawrence, Representative (R–Pennsylvania)
  • Cranston, Alan, Senator (D–California); Democratic Whip and Chairman, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, from January 1977
  • Cromer, Earl of (George Rowland Stanley Baring), British Ambassador to the United States
  • Curtis, Carl T., Senator (R–Nebraska); Chairman, Republican Conference, from 1975
  • Cushman, General Robert E., Jr., USMC, Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps
  • Dam, Kenneth W., Assistant Director for National Security and International Policy, Office of Management and Budget, until 1973; Executive Director, Council on Economic Policy, 1973
  • Davignon, Etienne Viscomte, Director General for Political Affairs, Belgian Foreign Ministry
  • Davis, Jeanne W., National Security Council Staff Secretary
  • Davis, Nathaniel, Ambassador to Chile until November 1, 1973; Director General of the Foreign Service, November 13, 1973–March 17, 1975; Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, March 17, 1975–December 18, 1975; Ambassador to Switzerland, January 9, 1976–July 31, 1977
  • Dayan, Moshe, Israeli Defense Minister
  • Dent, Frederick B., Secretary of Commerce, February 2, 1973–March 26, 1975; thereafter Special Representative for Trade Negotiations
  • DeGaulle, Charles, President of France until April 28, 1969
  • DePalma, Samuel, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs until June 20, 1973
  • DiBona, Charles J., Special Counsel to the President for Energy and Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy Matters, 1973–1974
  • Dillon, C. Douglas, Secretary of the Treasury, January 1961–April 1965
  • Dobrynin, Anatoliy F., Soviet Ambassador to the United States
  • Donaldson, William H., Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, November 26, 1973–May 10, 1974; thereafter Counsel to the Vice President
  • Donelan, Joseph F., Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for Administration until March 31, 1973
  • Douglas-Home, Sir Alec, former British Prime Minister
  • Dunlop, John T., Director of the Cost of Living Council, 1973–1974; Secretary of Labor, March 18, 1975–January 31, 1976
  • Eagleburger, Lawrence S., Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, January 31, 1973–May 10, 1973; member, National Security Council Staff, June 1973–February 1975; Executive Assistant to the Secretary of State from September 1973; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Management, May 14, 1975–February 26, 1977
  • Easum, Donald B., Ambassador to Upper Volta until January 19, 1974; Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, March 18, 1974–March 26, 1975; Ambassador to Nigeria from May 22, 1975
  • Eberle, William D., Special Representative for Trade Negotiations until 1975; Executive Director, Council on International Economic Policy, 1974–1975
  • Echeverria, Luis Alvarez, President of Mexico
  • Ehrlichman, John D., Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs until April 1973
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D., President of the United States, January 20, 1953–January 20, 1961
  • Elliot, Theodore L., Jr., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State and Executive Secretary of the Department of State until 1973; thereafter Ambassador to Afghanistan
  • Ellsworth, Robert F., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, June 5, 1974–December 22, 1975, Deputy Secretary of Defense, December 23, 1975–January 10, 1977
  • Enders, Thomas O., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, July 24, 1974–December 22, 1975; Ambassador to Canada from February 17, 1976
  • Esch, Marvin L., Representative (R–Michigan) until January 3, 1977
  • Fahmy, Ismail, Egyptian Foreign Minister from October 31, 1973
  • Findley, Paul, Representative (R–Illinois)
  • Flanigan, Peter M., Assistant to the President and Executive Director of the Council on International Economic Policy until 1974
  • Ford, Gerald R., Representative (R–Michigan) and Minority Leader until December 6, 1973; thereafter Vice President of the United States until August 9, 1974; thereafter President of the United States until January 20, 1977
  • Foster, Dr. John S., Jr., Vice President, TRW, Inc.; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Fraser, Donald M., Representative (DFL–Minnesota)
  • Frelinghuysen, Peter H.B., Representative (R–New Jersey) until 1974
  • Frenzel, William E., Representative (R–Minnesota)
  • Friedersdorf, Max L., Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs until 1973; Deputy Assistant to the President for the House of Representative, 1973–1974; Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, 1975–1977
  • Fulbright, J. William, Senator (D–Arkansas); Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee until 1974
  • Galvin, Robert W., CEO, Motorola; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Gandhi, Indira, Indian Prime Minister
  • Gergen, David R., Special Assistant to the President, 1973–1974
  • Gibbons, Sam Melville, Representative (D–Florida)
  • Giscard d’Estaing, Valery, French Minister of Economics and Finance until 1974; thereafter President of France
  • Goodpaster, General Andrew J., USA, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, until 1974
  • Graham, Lieutenant General Daniel O., USA, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence, 1973–1974; Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, September 1974–December 1975
  • Granger, Clinton E., Acting Director, Planning and Coordination, National Security Council Staff, August 1974–September 1976
  • Gray, Gordon, President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs, 1958–1961; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Graybeal, Sidney, Chairman, SALT Consultative Committee (also known as Standing Consultative Committee)
  • Grechko, Andrei, Soviet Defense Minister
  • Green, Marshall, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs until May 10, 1973; Ambassador to Australia, March 27, 1973–July 31, 1975; also Ambassador to Nauru, February 28, 1974–July 31, 1975
  • Greenspan, Alan, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, 1974–1977
  • Greenwald, Joseph A., U.S. Representative to the European Communities until January 28, 1976; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, February 11, 1976–September 10, 1976
  • Griffin, Robert P., Senator (R–Michigan); Minority Whip
  • Gromyko, Andrei A., Soviet Foreign Minister
  • Gross, Nelson G., Senior Adviser to the Secretary of State and Coordinator for International Narcotics Matters, 1971–1972
  • Habib, Philip C., Ambassador to the Republic of Korea until August 19, 1974; Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, September 27, 1974–June 30, 1976; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, July 1, 1976–April 1, 1978; Secretary of State ad interim, January 20, 1977–January 23, 1977
  • Haig, Brigadier General Alexander Meigs, Jr., USA, Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs until January 1973; Army Vice Chief of Staff, 1973–1974; Assistant to the President and White House Chief of Staff, May 1973–August 1974; thereafter Commander-in-Chief, European Command and Supreme Allied Commander Europe
  • Haldeman, H.R., Assistant to the President and White House Chief of Staff until April 1973
  • Hammer, Armand, American industrialist and CEO of Occidental Petroleum
  • Hannah, Dr. John A. Administrator of the Agency for International Development until October 7, 1973; Executive Director, UN World Food Conference, from 1975
  • Hardin, Clifford M., Secretary of Agriculture, January 21, 1969–November 17, 1971
  • Harlow, Bryce N., Counselor to the President
  • Harriman, W. Averell, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs and Ambassador at Large
  • Harrington, Michael J., Representative (D–Massachusetts)
  • Hart, John L., Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury for National Security
  • Hartman, Arthur A., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, January 8, 1974–June 8, 1977
  • Hartmann, Robert T., assistant to Vice President Ford; Counselor to the President from August 9, 1974
  • Hatfield, Mark O., Senator (R–Oregon)
  • Hays, Wayne L., Representative (D–Ohio) until September 1, 1976; Chairman, Committee on House Administration
  • Heath, Edward, British Prime Ministeruntil March 1974
  • Helms, Richard M., Director of Central Intelligence until February 1973; Ambassador to Iran, April 1973–December 1976
  • Hersh, Seymour, New York Times journalist
  • Ho Chi Minh, President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam until his death on September 3, 1969
  • Holbrooke, Richard, member of President-elect Carter’s transition team, November 1976–January 1977
  • Holdridge, John H., member, Operations Staff/East Asia, National Security Council Staff, until March 1973; Co-Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing, 1973–1975; Ambassador to Singapore from August 1975
  • Holton, A. Linwood, Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, February 28, 1974–January 31, 1975
  • Hormats, Robert D., senior staff member, International Economic Affairs, National Security Council Staff, 1974–1977
  • Horton, Frank J., Representative (R–New York)
  • House, Arthur H., White House Fellow; Deputy Assistant to the President, August 1975–September 1976
  • Howe, Lieutenant Commander Jonathan T., USN, member, National Security Council Staff; Military Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs until 1974
  • Huang-chen, Chief of the PRC Liaison Office in the United States
  • Huang-hua, PRC Ambassador to the United Nations
  • Hummel, Arthur, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, June 16, 1976–March 14, 1977
  • Humphrey, Hubert H., Jr., Vice President of the United States, January 21, 1965–January 20, 1969; Senator (DFL–Minnesota) from January 1971; Chairman, Joint Economic Committee, 1975–1976
  • Hunt, E. Howard, former Central Intelligence Agency agent, 1949–1970, member of the White House “plumbers” unit, 1971–1972
  • Hussein I, ibn Talal, King of Jordan
  • Hyland, William G., senior staff member, National Security Council Staff, until January 1974; Director of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, January 1974–November 1975; Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, November 1975–January 1977
  • Ikle, Frederick C., Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency from July 10, 1973
  • Ingersoll, Robert S., former Ambassador to Japan; Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, January 8, 1974–July 9, 1974; thereafter Deputy Secretary of State, July 10, 1974–March 31, 1976
  • Inouye, Daniel K., Senator (D–Hawaii); Chairman, Select Committee on Intelligence from 1975
  • Ismail, Hafez, Egyptian Presidential Adviser for National Security Affairs
  • Jackson, Henry M., “Scoop,” Senator (D–Washington); Chairman, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
  • Janka, Leslie A. (Les), Staff Assistant, National Security Council Staff, 1971–1975; Senior Staff Member for Legislative and Public Affairs, National Security Council Staff, 1975–1976; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs) for Near Eastern, African, and South Asian Affairs
  • Janney, Stuart S., staff member, Bureau of Management, Department of State
  • Jaworski, Leon, Watergate Special Prosecutor, November 1, 1973–October 25, 1974
  • Javits, Jacob K., Senator (R–New York)
  • Jenkins, Alfred le Sesne, Director, Office of Asian Communist Affairs, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Department of State, until March 1973, thereafter Co-Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing
  • Jobert, Michel, Secretary General of French Presidency to April 1973; French Foreign Minister, April 1973–May 1974
  • Johnson, James Paul (Jim), Representative (R–Colorado) from January 3, 1973
  • Johnson, Lyndon B., President of the United States, November 22, 1963–January 20, 1969
  • Johnson, U. Alexis, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs until February 1, 1973; thereafter Ambassador at Large and Head of the U.S. delegation to the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
  • Jones, Jerry H., Special Assistant to the President, 1973–1974; White House Staff Secretary, 1974–1975; Director of the Scheduling and Advance Office, White House, 1975–1977
  • Jorden, William J., member, National Security Council Staff; Ambassador to Panama from April 17, 1974
  • Judd, Walter, Representative (R–Minnesota), 1943–1963
  • Karamessines, Thomas H., Deputy Director of Central Intelligence for Plans until February 27, 1973
  • Katz, Julius L., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Resources and Food Policy, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, Department of State, until 1976; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs
  • Katzir, Ephraim, President of Israel
  • Kekkonen, Urho, President of Finland
  • Kennan, George F., former Ambassador to the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia
  • Kennedy, Edward M., Senator (D–Massachusetts)
  • Kennedy, John F., President of the United States, January 20, 1961–November 22, 1963
  • Kennedy, Colonel Richard T., USA, Director of Planning and Coordination, National Security Council Staff, and Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Planning until January 1975; thereafter Commissioner of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  • Keough, James, Director of the United States Information Agency, February 8, 1973–November 30, 1976
  • Kissinger, Henry A., Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs until November 3, 1975; Secretary of State, September 21, 1973–January 20, 1977
  • Knoche, E. Henry, Executive Assistant to the Director of Central Intelligence until July 3, 1976; Deputy Director of Central Intelligence, July 7, 1976–August 1, 1977; Acting Director of Central Intelligence, January 20–March 9, 1977
  • Kornienko, Georgi M., Director, USA Department and member of the Collegium, Soviet Foreign Ministry
  • Korologos, Thomas C., Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, 1973–1974
  • Kosygin, Alexi N., Chairman, Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union
  • Krogh, Egil (Bud), Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs and Assistant Director, Domestic Council, 1971–1972; Under Secretary of Transportation, February 2–May 9, 1973
  • Kubisch, Jack B., Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, May 29, 1973–September 4, 1974; Ambassador to Greece from September 26, 1974
  • Kubitschek, Juscelino, former President of Brazil
  • Laird, Melvin R., Secretary of Defense until January 29, 1973; Counselor to the President for Domestic Affairs, June 1973–February 1974
  • Laise, Carol C., Ambassador to Nepal until June 5, 1973; Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, October 10, 1973–March 27, 1975; Director General of the Foreign Service, April 11, 1975–December 26, 1977; Director of Personnel, November 23, 1975–December 26, 1977
  • Lake, W. Anthony, Head of President-elect Carter’s Department of State transition office, November 1976–January 1977; Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, January 21, 1977–January 20, 1981
  • Land, Edwin H., CEO and founder, Polaroid Corporation, and member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Lawson, Brigadier General Richard, USAF, Military Assistant to the President, National Security Council Staff, 1974–1975
  • Le Duc Tho, member of the Politburo of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and Special Adviser to the DRV delegation to the Paris Peace Talks
  • Lee Kuan Yew (“Harry”), Singapore Prime Minister
  • Lehman, Richard, Director of the Office of Current Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, until 1975; Director of the Office of Strategic Research, 1975–1976; Deputy to the Director of Central Intelligence, 1976–1977
  • Leigh, Monroe, Legal Adviser of the Department of State, January 21, 1975–January 20, 1977
  • Leisler-Kiep, Walter, CDU member, German Bundestag
  • Levenson, Seymour, Acting Director, Management Systems Staff, Department of State, May 1973–May 1974; Director, Management Systems Staff, May 1974–June 1975
  • Levi, Edward H., Attorney General, February 7, 1975–January 20, 1977
  • Lewis, Samuel W., Deputy Director for Planning, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, March 1974–December 1975; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, December 24, 1975–April 13, 1977
  • Lodal, Jan M., Director, Program Analysis, National Security Council Staff
  • Lodge, Henry Cabot, II, former Ambassador to the Republic of Vietnam and Chief of the U.S. Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks
  • Lon Nol, General, FARK, Cambodian Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense
  • Long, Russell B., Senator (D–Louisiana); Chairman, Committee on Finance and Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation
  • Lopez Portillo, Jose, President of Mexico from 1976
  • Lord, Winston, Special Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs until 1973; Director, Policy and Coordination Staff, Department of State, October 12, 1973–February 26, 1974; Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, February 27, 1974–January 20, 1977
  • Love, John A., former Governor of Colorado; President’s Assistant for Energy Matters until December 3, 1973
  • Luce, Clare Boothe, former Ambassador to Italy; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Luns, Joseph M.A.H., Secretary-General, North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Lynn, James T., Under Secretary of Commerce until February 1973; Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, February 2, 1973–February 5, 1975; Assistant to the President for Management and Budget and Director, Office of Management and Budget, February 5, 1975–January 20, 1977
  • Lynn, Laurence E., Jr., former Assistant for Programs and Director, Program Analysis Staff, National Security Council Staff; Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, until 1973; Assistant Secretary for Program Development and Budget, Department of the Interior, 1973–1974
  • McClellan, John L., Senator (D–Arkansas); Chairman, Committee on Appropriations
  • McCloskey, Paul N., Jr. (Pete), Representative (R–California)
  • McCloskey, Robert J., Ambassador to Cyprus, June 20, 1973–January 14, 1974; Ambassador at Large, 1974; Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, February 21, 1975–September 10, 1976; Ambassador to the Netherlands, October 22, 1976–March 10, 1978
  • McCloy, John J., former Assistant Secretary of War; former President, World Bank, 1947–1949; former High Commissioner to Germany, 1947–1953
  • McCone, John A., Director of Central Intelligence, 1961–1965
  • McFall, John J., Representative (D–California); Majority Whip, 1973–1977
  • McFarlane, Lieutenant Colonel Robert C. (Bud), Military Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs, 1974–1977; Special Assistant to the President, 1976–1977
  • McManaway, Clayton E., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Regional Programs, Systems Analysis, to 1973; Director for Management, Planning, and Resource Review, Intelligence Community Staff, 1973-April 1975; Deputy to Ambassador (Ret.) L. Dean Brown, then President Ford’s Special Representative and Director of the Inter-Agency Task Force for Saigon evacuation and Indochina refugee resettlement, April-October 1975; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Analysis and Evaluation, October 1975-June 1976; thereafter Director, Office of Management Policy, Department of State
  • McNamara, Robert S., Secretary of Defense, January 21, 1961–February 29, 1968; thereafter President, World Bank
  • Macomber, William B., Jr., Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration until April 4, 1973; Ambassador to Turkey from May 16, 1973
  • Mailliard, William S., Representative (R–California) until March 5, 1974; thereafter U.S. Representative to the Organization of American States; also member, Board of Directors of the Inter-America Foundation from December 10, 1975
  • Makarios, Archbishop, President of Cyprus until 1977
  • Malek, Frederic V., Special Assistant to the President until 1973; Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget, 1973–1975
  • Mahon, George H., Representative (D–Texas); Chairman, Committee on Appropriations
  • Mansfield, Michael J. (Mike), Senator (D–Montana); Senate Majority Leader until 1977, thereafter Ambassador to Japan; also Chairman, Select Committee on Secret and Confidential Documents, 1973–1974
  • Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong), Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party and Politburo of the People’s Republic of China
  • Marchetti, Victor, former CIA employee; co-author of CIA and the Cult of Intelligence (1974)
  • Marsh, John O., Jr., Counselor to the President, August 10, 1974–January 20, 1977; Chairman, White House ad hoc intelligence coordination group, 1975–1976
  • Marshall, Andrew W., Consultant to the National Security Council; Director of the Net Assessment Group, National Security Council Staff, until 1973; thereafter Director of the Office of Net Assessment, Office of the Secretary of Defense
  • Marshall, George C., former Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense
  • Martin, Graham A., Ambassador to Italy until February 10, 1973; Ambassador to the Republic of Vietnam, July 20, 1973–April 29, 1975
  • Maw, Carlyle E., Legal Adviser of the Department of State, November 27, 1973–July 9, 1974; Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs, July 10, 1974–September 17, 1976
  • Meir, Golda, Israeli Prime Minister until 1974
  • Meyer, Armin H., former Ambassador to Japan; Chairman, Interagency Working Group of the Cabinet Committee to Combat Terrorism
  • Michel, Robert, Representative (R–Illinois); Minority Whip
  • Miller, William G., Staff Director, Senate Select Committee to Study Government Activities with Respect to Intelligence (Church Committee)
  • Mitchell, John N., Attorney General of the United States, January 21, 1969–March 1, 1972
  • Mondale, Walter F., Senator (DFL–Minnesota) until December 30, 1976; Vice President of the United States from January 20, 1977
  • Moore, George Curtis, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in Sudan, until March 2, 1973
  • Moorer, Admiral Thomas H., USN, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until July 1, 1974
  • Morgan, Thomas E., “Doc,” Representative (D–Pennsylvania); chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • Morton, Rogers C.B., Secretary of the Interior until April 30, 1975; Chairman, Energy Resources Council, October 1974–1975; Secretary of Commerce, May 1, 1975–February 2, 1976; thereafter Counselor to the President
  • Moynihan, Daniel P., Ambassador to India, February 28, 1973–January 7, 1975; U.S. Representative to the United Nations, June 30, 1975–February 2, 1976
  • Murphy, Admiral Daniel, USN, Deputy to the Director of Central Intelligence for the Intelligence Community
  • Murphy, Robert D., retired Career Ambassador; Chairman, Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy until June 1975; Chairman, Intelligence Oversight Board from February 1976
  • Muskie, Edmund S., Senator (D–Maine); Chairman, Committee on the Budget
  • Nedzi, Lucien N., Representative (D–Michigan); Chairman, Select Committee on Intelligence, February 19, 1975–July 17, 1975
  • Nessen, Ronald, Press Secretary to the President, September 1974–January 1977
  • Newsom, David D., Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs until January 13, 1974; thereafter Ambassador to Indonesia
  • Nitze, Paul H., former Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, Secretary of the Navy, and Deputy Secretary of Defense; member, U.S. Delegation to the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks until 1973; thereafter Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
  • Nixon, Richard M., President of the United States, January 20, 1969–August 9, 1974
  • Noel, Cleo A., Jr., Ambassador to Sudan until March 2, 1973
  • Oakley, Robert B., Senior Staff Member, Middle East and South Asia, National Security Council Staff, September 1974–January 1977
  • Ober, Richard, Senior Staff Member, Intelligence Coordination, National Security Council Staff, August 1974–September 1976
  • Odeen, Philip A., Director, Program Analysis Staff, National Security Council Staff
  • Off, Robert B., Liaison Assistant, Presidential Personnel Office, 1974–1975; thereafter staff member, Bureau of Management, Department of State
  • Ogilvie, Donald G., Deputy Associate Director for Management, Office of Management and Budget, 1974; thereafter Associate Director, National Security and International Affairs, Office of Management and Budget
  • O’Neill, Thomas P., “Tip,” Representative (D–Massachusetts); House Majority Leader, 1973–1977; thereafter Speaker of the House
  • Ortiz, Frank V., Jr., Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in Uruguay until 1973; Country Director for Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, 1973–1975; Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State, 1975–1977
  • Packwood, Robert W., Senator (R–Oregon)
  • Pahlavi, Mohammed Reza, Shah of Iran
  • Park, Chung-hee, President of the Republic of Korea
  • Parker, Daniel, Administrator of the Agency for International Development, October 31, 1973–January 19, 1977
  • Parker, David N., Special Assistant to the President, 1973–1974
  • Passman, Otto E., Representative (D–Louisiana) until January 3, 1977
  • Pastore, John O., Senator (D–Rhode Island) until December 28, 1976; Co-Chairman, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 1975–1976
  • Pauly, Lieutenant General John, USAF, Assistant to the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, July 1974–September 1975; thereafter Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Operations, Headquarters, U.S. Air Force
  • Pearson, James B., Senator (R–Kansas)
  • Pedersen, Richard F., Counselor of the Department of State, until 1973; thereafter Ambassador to Hungary, September 10, 1973–March 26, 1975
  • Pell, Claiborne deB., Senator (D–Rhode Island)
  • Percy, Charles H., Senator (R–Illinois)
  • Peterson, Peter G., Secretary of Commerce until February 1, 1973
  • Pickering, Thomas R., Executive Secretary of the Department of State, July 30, 1973–January 31, 1974; Ambassador to Jordan from March 2, 1974
  • Pike, Otis G., Representative (D–New York); Chairman, Select Committee on Intelligence, July 17, 1975–January 1976
  • Pinckney, Samuel M., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Pompidou, Georges, President of France
  • Popper, David H., Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, July 12, 1973–January 2, 1974; Ambassador to Chile, February 22, 1974–May 22, 1977
  • Porter, William J., Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, February 2, 1973–February 18, 1974; Ambassador to Canada, March 13, 1974–December 16, 1975; Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, February 21, 1976–May 27, 1977
  • Preeg, Ernest H., Director, Office of OECD European Community and Atlantic Political-Economic Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, 1974–1976; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Finance and Development and Executive Director, White House Economic Policy Group
  • Price, C. Melvin, Representative (D–Illinois); Chairman, Committee on Standards of Official Conduct
  • Price, Raymond K., Jr., Special Consultant to the President, 1973–1974
  • Prince, Georgiana M., Federal Women’s Program Coordinator, Bureau of Management, Department of State
  • Quinn, Kenneth M., Vice Chairman, Secretary of State’s Open Forum Panel from August 1974
  • Rabin, Yitzhak, Israeli Foreign Minister
  • Raoul-Duval, Michael, Aide to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, March-October 1973; Staff Assistant, Domestic Council, October 1973–May 1974; Associate Director for Natural Resources and Associate Director for Energy and Transportation, Domestic Council, May 1974–October 1975; Assistant Counselor and Executive Director of the White House Intelligence Coordinating Group, August 1975–April 1976; Special Counsel to the President, April 1976–January 1977
  • Ratliff, Rob Roy, Executive Secretary of the 40 Committee, National Security Council
  • Reagan, Ronald W., Governor of California, 1967–1975; member, Commission on CIA Activities Within the United States (Rockefeller Commission), January–June 1975; candidate for the RepublicanP nomination, 1976
  • Reston, James, “Scotty”, syndicated columnist and Vice President of The New York Times
  • Rhodes, John J., Representative (R–Arizona); House Minority Leader
  • Ribicoff, Abraham A., Senator (D–Connecticut); Chairman, Committee on Government Operations from 1975
  • Richardson, Elliot L., Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare until January 29, 1973; Secretary of Defense, January 30, 1973–May 24, 1973; Attorney General, May 25, 1973–October 20, 1973; Ambassador to the United Kingdom, March 21, 1975–January 16, 1976; Secretary of Commerce, February 2, 1976–January 20, 1977
  • Richardson, John, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs
  • Robinson, Charles W., Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, January 3, 1975–April 9, 1976; Deputy Secretary of State, April 9, 1976–January 20, 1977
  • Rockefeller, David, CEO, Chase Manhattan Bank; member, Council of the Americas; Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A., former Governor of New York; Vice President of the United States from December 19, 1974; Chairman of the Commission on CIA Activities Within the United States (Rockefeller Commission), January–June 1975; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, until December 19, 1975
  • Rodman, Peter W., member, National Security Council Staff and Office of the Assistant for National Security Affairs, and Special Assistant to Henry Kissinger
  • Roe, Robert A., Representative (D–New Jersey)
  • Rogers, Gladys, Special Assistant for Women’s Affairs, Department of State
  • Rogers, William D., Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, October 7, 1974–June 18, 1976; Under Secretary for Economic Affairs, June 18, 1976–December 31, 1976
  • Rogers, William P., Secretary of State until August 23, 1973
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., President of the United States, March 4, 1933–April 12, 1945
  • Rumor, Mariano, Italian Minister of the Interior until 1973; President of the Council of Ministers of Italy, 1973–1974; thereafter Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Rumsfeld, Donald H., U.S. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, February 2, 1973–December 5, 1974; Assistant to the President, September 27, 1974–November 19, 1975; Secretary of Defense, November 20, 1975–January 20, 1977
  • Ruppe, Philip E., Representative (R–Michigan)
  • Rush, Kenneth W., former Ambassador to Germany; Deputy Secretary of Defense until January 1973; Deputy Secretary of State, February 2, 1973–May 29, 1974; Secretary of State ad interim, September 3–22, 1973; Ambassador to France, November 21,1974–March 14, 1977
  • Rusk, Dean, Secretary of State, January 21, 1961–January 20, 1969
  • Ryan, General John D., USAF, Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force, until July 31, 1973
  • Sadat, Anwar el-, President of Egypt
  • Saukham Khoy, interim President of Cambodia, April 1975
  • Saunders, Harold H. (Hal), former member of the National Security Council Operations Staff; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs; Director of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, from December 1, 1975
  • Saxbe, William B., Senator (R–Ohio) until January 3, 1974; Attorney General, January 4, 1974–February 1, 1975; thereafter Ambassador to India until November 1976
  • Sayre, Robert M., Ambassador to Panama until March 14, 1974; Inspector General of the Department of State and Foreign Service, November 25, 1975–May 1, 1978
  • Scali, John A., former special consultant to the President; U.S. Representative to the United Nations, February 20, 1973–June 29, 1975
  • Schaufele, William E., Jr., Inspector General of the Department of State and Foreign Service, April 16, 1975–November 29, 1975; Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, December 19, 1975–July 17, 1977
  • Scheel, Walter, Vice Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and Foreign Minister until 1974; thereafter, President of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Scott, Hugh D., Jr., Senator (R–Pennsylvania) until January 3, 1977, Senate Minority Leader
  • Scowcroft, Major General Brent A., USAF, Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, April 1973–November 3, 1975; Assistant to the Presidentfor National Security Affairs, November 3, 1975–January 20, 1977
  • Schlesinger, James R., Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission until February 1973; Director of Central Intelligence, February 2–July 2, 1973; Secretary of Defense, July 2, 1973–November 19, 1975
  • Schmidt, Helmut, West German Minister of Finance until May 6, 1974, thereafter Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Schneebeli, Herman T., Representative (R–Pennsylvania) until January 3, 1977
  • Schubert, Richard F., Under Secretary of Labor
  • Schweiker, Richard, Senator (R–Pennsylvania)
  • Scranton, William W., former Governor of Pennsylvania; U.S. Representative to the United Nations, March 15, 1976–January 19, 1977
  • Seidman, L. William, Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs, 1974–1977
  • Shriver, Garner E., Representative (R–Kansas) until January 3, 1977
  • Shultz, George P., Secretary of the Treasury and Assistant to the President until May 8, 1974; member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Silberman, Lawrence H., Deputy Attorney General, 1974–1975; Ambassador to Yugoslavia, May 26, 1975–December 26, 1976
  • Sihanouk, Prince Norodom, leader of Cambodian government-in-exile in Beijing
  • Simon, William E., Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, January 22, 1973–May 1974; Director of the Federal Energy Office, December 1973–April 1974; Secretary of the Treasury, May 8, 1974–January 20, 1977; Chairman, East-West Foreign Trade Board, from April 8, 1975
  • Sisco, Joseph J., Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs until February 18, 1974; thereafter Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs until June 30, 1976
  • Slack, John M., Jr., Representative (D–West Virginia)
  • Sloss, Leon, Deputy Director, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State, 1973–1975; also Chairman, Working Group of the Standing Committee on Space Policy, Department of State
  • Smith, Ian D., Rhodesian Prime Minister
  • Smith, Mary Louise, Chairman, Republican National Committee
  • Smith, Raymond F., Chairman, Secretary of State’s Open Forum Panel from August 1974
  • Sneider, Richard L., former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Ambassador to the Republic of Korea from September 18, 1974
  • Sohm, Earl D., Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in the United Kingdom until June 1975; Director, Office of Management Policy, Department of State, June 8, 1975-July 10, 1976
  • Solomon, Richard H., senior staff member, National Security Council Staff
  • Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr, Soviet dissident and author
  • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut, senior staff member, National Security Council Staff; thereafter Counselor of the Department of State, January 7, 1974–February 21, 1977
  • Sparkman, John J., Senator (D–Alabama); Co-Chairman, Joint Committee on Defense Production and chairman, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs until 1974; Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, from 1975
  • Spivak, Lawrence, NBC News reporter; moderator of “Meet the Press”
  • Springsteen, George S., Jr., Executive Secretary of the Department of State, January 31, 1974–July 14, 1976; Director of the Foreign Service Institute
  • Stalin, Josif, former Soviet Premier
  • St. Clair, James D., Watergate Special Counsel
  • Steelman, Alan W., Representative (R–Texas), January 3, 1973–January 3, 1977
  • Stennis, John C., Senator (D–Mississippi); Chairman, Select Committee on Standards and Conduct until 1975; also Chairman, Committee on Armed Services
  • Sternfeld, Reuben, “Ray,” Assistant Director for Less Developed Countries and Organizations, Council on International Economic Policy
  • Stevenson, Adlai E., III, Senator (D–Illinois); Chairman, Select Committee on the Senate Committee System, 1975–1976; also Chairman, Select Committee on Ethics from 1977
  • Stoessel, Walter J. Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs until January 7, 1974; thereafter Ambassador to the Soviet Union
  • Stratton, Samuel S., Representative (D–New York)
  • Suharto, President of Indonesia
  • Sukhodrev, Viktor M., First Secretary, Soviet Foreign Ministry, and interpreter
  • Sutterlin, James S., Director of the Planning and Coordination Staff, Department of State, September 4, 1973–October 15, 1973; Inspector General of the Department of State and Foreign Service, October 15, 1973–August 31, 1974
  • Symington, W. Stuart, Senator (D–Missouri); member, Committee on Armed Services
  • Tack, Juan Antonio, Panamanian Foreign Minister
  • Tanaka Kakeui, Japanese Prime Minister
  • Tarr, Curtis W., Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs until November 25, 1973; Acting Deputy Under Secretary of State for Management, April 4, 1973-December 28, 1973
  • Teller, Edward, founder, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, and member, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
  • Teng Hsaio-ping (Deng Xiaoping), PRC Vice Premier of State Council after 1973
  • Thomas, John M., Assistant Secretary of State for Administration from November 23, 1973
  • Thurmond, J. Strom, Senator (R–South Carolina)
  • Timmons, William E., Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs until 1974
  • Toon, Malcom, Ambassador to Yugoslavia until March 11, 1975; Ambassador to Israel, July 10, 1975–December 27, 1976; Ambassador to the Soviet Union from January 18, 1977
  • Tower, John G., Senator (R–Texas); Chairman, Republican Policy Committee; Vice Chairman, Senate Select Committee to Study Government Activities with Respect to Intelligence (Church Committee), 1975–1976
  • Trend, Sir Burke, British Cabinet Secretary
  • Troia, Kathleen, Research Assistant, Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs, National Security Council Staff, August 1974–October 1976
  • Trudeau, Pierre Elliott, Prime Minister of Canada
  • Truman, Harry S, President of the United States, April 12, 1945–January 20, 1953
  • Tunney, John, Senator (D–California) until January 1, 1977
  • Ullman, Albert C., Representative (D–Oregon); Chairman, Joint Committee on Budget Control until 1974; Chairman, Committee on Budget, 1973–1974; Chairman, Committee on Ways and Means from 1975; also Chairman, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation, 1975–1976
  • Vance, Cyrus, former Under Secretary of Defense; Secretary of State from January 1977
  • Vanik, Charles, Representative (D–Ohio)
  • Vavilov, Andrei, official, USA Department, Soviet Foreign Ministry
  • Vest, George, Director of the Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State, from April 29, 1974
  • Vogelgesang, Sandra, Executive Director, Secretary of State’s Open Forum Panel, until August 1974
  • Vyshinskiy, Andrey, former Soviet Foreign Minister
  • Waldheim, Kurt, United Nations Secretary-General
  • Walsh, Paul V., Assistant Deputy Director for Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency
  • Walters, Lieutenant General Vernon A., USA, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence until July 7, 1976; Acting Director of Central Intelligence, July 2, 1973–September 4, 1973
  • Warren, Gerald L., Deputy White House Press Secretary, 1973–1974
  • Wehner, Herbert, Chairman of the West German SPD Bundestag Parliamentary Party Group; also SPD Deputy Party Chairman
  • Weinberger, Caspar W., Director of the Office of Management and Budget until 1973; Counselor to the President, 1973; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, February 12, 1973–August 8, 1975
  • Weyand, General Frederick C., USA, Army Chief of Staff, October 3, 1974–September 31, 1976
  • Wilderotter, James A., Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of Commerce until 1973; Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1973–1974; Associate Deputy Attorney General, Department of Justice, 1974–1975; Associate Counsel, White House, 1975–1976; General Counsel, Energy Research and Development Administration, 1976–1977
  • Wilson, Harold, British Prime Minister, 1974–1976
  • Wortzel, Arthur I., Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in Yugoslavia until 1974; Chief, Foreign Service Counseling and Assignment Division, then Director, Office of Program Coordination, Bureau of Personnel, Department of State, 1974-April 1976; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Personnel
  • Wright, W. Marshall, Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, May 29, 1973–February 2, 1974
  • Yeh, Chien-ying (Yan Jiagan), Marshal, Vice Chairman, Military Council of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee, 1967; member of the Central Committee and Politburo; Defense Minister
  • Young, Milton R., Senator (R–North Dakota)
  • Zablocki, Clement J., Representative (D–Wisconsin)
  • Zarb, Frank G., Associate Director of the Office of Management and Budget, 1973–1974; also Acting Assistant Administrator for Operations and Compliance, Federal Energy Office; thereafter Administrator of the Federal Energy Administration
  • Ziegler, Ronald L., White House Press Secretary and Assistant to the President, 1973–1974
  • Zumwalt, Admiral Elmo R., Jr., USN, Chief of Naval Operations, until June 29, 1974