HOOPES, TOWNSEND WALTER Papers. 1967-1968 7 audio tapes Call No. 168.7095 IRIS Nos. 01024757-01024763 (1922- ) Business Executive and Government Official. Born 28 April 1922, Duluth, MN. AB, Yale U, 1944. National War College, 1951. US Marine Corps, 1943-1946; became First Lieutenant. Career assignments include: Editorial Writer, Buffalo Evening News, 1946; Assistant to Chairman of Committee of Armed Services, US House of Representatives, 1947-1948; Assistant to Secretary of Defense, 1948-1953; Assistant to President, Spencer Chemical Company, 1953-1955; Consultant, National Security Council, 1954; Associate, J.H. Whitney and Co., 1955-1957; Secretary of Military Panel of Rockefeller brothers Fund Special Studies Project, 1957-1958; Consultant, US Department of State and US Department of Defense, 1957; Partner, Cresap, McCormick and Paget, 1958-1964; Consultant, President's Committee on US Information Activities Abroad, 1960; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, Near East-South Asia, 1965-1966; Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1966-1967; Undersecretary of the Air Force, 1967-1969; Vice President and Director of Washington DC Office, Cresap, McCormick and Paget, 1969-1971; President of Association of American Publishers, 1973. Author of The Limits of Intervention: An Inside Account of How the Johnson Policy of Escalation Was Reversed in Vietnam (1969, revised edition, 1973); The Devil and John Foster Dulles: The Diplomacy of The Eisenhower Era (1973); with wife, Ann Hoopes, Eye Power (1979). Audio tapes of speeches, addresses, briefings and interviews by Hoopes (1967-1968). Related material located elsewhere include articles, speeches, manuscripts and other papers in the Special Collections of the Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University and copies of Hoopes' first two books in the Air University Library.