Robert McNamara

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Robert McNamara
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Official portrait, 1961
President of the World Bank Group
In office
April 1, 1968 July 1, 1981
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Political offices
Preceded by United States Secretary of Defense
1961–1968
Succeeded by
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by President of the World Bank Group
1968–1981
Succeeded by
Business positions
Preceded by President of the Ford Motor Company
November 9, 1960 – January 1, 1961
Succeeded by
John Dykstra