Edward Hamilton

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Person.png Edward HamiltonRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(deep state operative?, spook?)
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Alma materUniversity of Minnesota, Harvard
Member ofCouncil on Foreign Relations/Historical Members
National Security Council and Brookings consultant/Vice presidet, attended Bilderberg/1969 and had "an unusual variety of leadership positions in the public and private sectors".

Employment.png Staff member

In office
1965 - December 1968
EmployerNational Security Council
Attended Bilderberg/1969

Not to be confused with the spook Edward S. Hamilton.

Edward Kalli Hamilton's career "spans an unusual variety of leadership positions in the public and private sectors".[1]


Edward Hamilton grew up in Des Moines, Iowa.[2] He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA, followed by two years of graduate work at Harvard.


He was a member of the National Security Council (NSC) staff from September 1965 to December 1968.

In August 1966, Hamilton became the Senior NSC Staff Member responsible for sub-Sahara Africa, while also assisting Francis Bator with Europe and foreign economic policy. In July 1967 he added South Asia, and continued to handle South Asia, sub-Sahara Africa, and foreign aid from the fall of 1967 until his departure in December 1968.[3][4]

After becoming Executive Secretary of an international Commission sponsored by the World Bank, he was appointed Vice President of the Brookings Institution. He followed this with years of work, first as Budget Director, then as First Deputy Mayor of New York.[5]

He then moved to California and two years later co-founded the consulting firm later called Hamilton, Rabinovitz & Associates, Inc. (HR&A), while also teaching at the Stanford Business School. He later moved the firm's headquarters to Los Angeles and taught at the UCLA Graduate School of Management.[1][6]


Event Participated in

Bilderberg/19699 May 196911 May 1969Denmark
Hotel Marienlyst
The 18th Bilderberg meeting, with 85 participants
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