Prominent Supporters of World Government and the Earth Constitution



Prominent Supporters of World Government and the Earth Constitution



The following celebrities and important people have supported the cause of a federated world government and/or the Earth Constitution itself (listed in alphabetical order):

  • Albert Camus — philosopher, author, Nobel Prize winner 1957
  • Albert Einstein — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1921
  • Albert Gore — politician (US Vice President)
  • Arnold J. Toynbee — historian, UK philosopher
  • Bertrand Russell — author, Nobel Prize winner 1950
  • Bob Marley — singer, reggae icon
  • Cecil F. Powell — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1950
  • Cyrus Eaton — philanthropist, Pugwash Conferences
  • Desmond Tutu — religious leader, Nobel Prize winner 1984
  • Dwight Eisenhower — politician (34th US President)
  • Dr. Francisco J. Orlich — politician (President of Costa Rica)
  • George Wald — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1967
  • Giani Zail Singh — politician (President of India)
  • H. G. Wells — writer, scientist
  • Hideki Yukawa — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1949
  • Hon. Julius Nyere — politician (President of Tanzania)
  • Indira Gandhi — politician (India Prime Minister)
  • Isaac Asimov — writer, scientist
  • Jan Smuts — politician (South African Prime Minister)
  • Jawaharlal Nehru — politician (India first Prime Minister)
  • Jean F. Joliot-Curie — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1935
  • Jean Stapleton — actress
  • John F. Kennedy — politician (35th US President)
  • John XXIII — religious leader (Catholic Pope)
  • José Figueres Ferrer — politician (President of Costa Rica)
  • Joseph Rotblat — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1995
  • Leopold Senghor — politician (President of Senegal)
  • Linus Pauling — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1954
  • Lloyd Bridges — actor
  • Mahatma Gandhi — activist politician, 5 times Nobel nominated
  • Margaret Mead — anthropologist
  • Martin Luther King — activist, Nobel Prize winner 1964
  • Mikhail Gorbachev — politician (President of USSR)
  • Norman Cousins — journalist, author
  • Percy Williams Bridgman — scientist, Nobel Prize winner 1946
  • Peter Ustinov — actor
  • Philip Isely — philanthropist, Founder of Earth Constitution Institute
  • Queen Beatriz — monarch (Belgium)
  • Rajiv Gandhi — politician (India Prime Minister)
  • Ramsey Clark — politician (US Attorney General)
  • Robert Muller — politician, UN Secretary General for 38 years
  • Socrates — philosopher
  • Sir Milton Margoi — politician (Prime Minister of Sierra Leone)
  • Sri Aurobindo — philosopher
  • Theodore Roosevelt — politician (26th US President)
  • Thomas Mann — novelist, Nobel Prize winner 1929
  • Ulysses S. Grant — politician (18th US President)
  • Walter Cronkite — journalist
  • Willy Brandt — politician (German Chancellor)
  • Winston Churchill — politician (British Prime Minister)