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Date: 
Dec 05, 1972 - Dec 06, 1972
Location: 
Camp David
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-1NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08)
Conversation No. 233-23 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:00 pm and 9:31 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-1]
Conversation No. 233-1 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: 9:31 pm - 9:39 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with Capt. Eugene A. Cernan, Cdr. Ronald E. Evans, and Harrison H (“Jack”) Schmitt. [See Conversation No. 157-2]
Conversation No. 233-2 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:39 pm and 10:05 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President dictated a memorandum.
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-2NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-2 (cont’d) -Call Vietnam negotiations -Henry A. Kissinger -Messages to the President -Military -H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -John B. Connally -Strong action -1972 election [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
[This dictation continues as Conversation No. 233-3]
Conversation No. 233-3 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:39 pm and 10:05 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President dictated a memorandum. [This is a continuation of Conversation No. 233-2]
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-3NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-3 (cont’d) *****************************************************************
[This dictation continues as Conversation No. 233-5]
Conversation No. 233-4 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:39 pm and 10:05 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-3] Request for a call to Charles W. Colson
Conversation No. 233-5 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:39 pm and 10:05 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President dictated a memorandum. [This is a continuation of Conversation No. 233-3]
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-4NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-5 (cont’d) [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
[This dictation continues as Conversation No. 233-7]
Conversation No. 233-6 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: 10:05 pm - 10:34 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with Charles W. Colson. [See Conversation No. 157-4]
Conversation No. 233-7 Date: December 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 10:34 pm, December 5, 1972 and 11:05 am, December 6, 1972 Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President dictated a memorandum. [This is a continuation of Conversation No. 233-5]
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-5NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08)
Conversation No. 233-8 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 12:56 pm and 1:07 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Meeting with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman
Conversation No. 233-9 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 12:56 pm and 1:07 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President met with Manolo Sanchez.
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Conversation No. 233-10 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: 1:07 pm - 3:18 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire
-6NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d)
The President met with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman. Unknown matter -Options -Difficulty Press relations -Patrick J. Buchanan’s article -Effect -Quote -Effect -Controversy -Herbert C. Hoover -Barry M. Goldwater -1960 election -Double standard Vietnam negotiations -Report from Henry A. Kissinger -Recent meeting -Duration -Meeting -Alexander M Haig, Jr. -Col. Richard T. Kennedy -Progress -Meetings -Kennedy’s conversation with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Timing -Kissinger -Emotions -Charles W. Colson -Communications with surrogates -John B. Connally -Possible statement by the President -Public relations[PR] -[Opinion Research Corporation] [ORC] poll -Compared to Louis P. Harris poll -Settlement agreement -Effect on South Vietnam
-7NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Return of US Prisoners of War [POWs] -US troop withdrawals -Support for South Vietnam -Cessation of US bombing and mining in North Vietnam -Return of POWs -Cease-fire -Supervised election in South Vietnam -North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam -Compared to Harris poll -North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam -Nguyen Van Thieu’s view -Settlement agreement -US military action -Settlement agreement -US military action -Duration -North Vietnam’s accession to US, South Vietnam goals -Factors -Relative importance -Return of POWs -Removal of North Vietnamese troops from South Vietnam -Cease-fire -Supervised elections in South Vietnam -“Hawks” -Approval of the President’s handling of Vietnam -Compared to pre-1972 election -Compared to George H. Gallup poll -Post-1972 election Second term -1000 days -Post-January 20, 1973 -John F. Kennedy -Assassination -Election compared to Inauguration -Desk calendar -Distribution to key aides -1973 Inauguration
-8NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Christmas gift -Press relations -Importance -Loss of time The President’s schedule -Meeting with Under Secretaries -Purpose -John D. Ehrlichman’s view -Departmental heads -Location -Cabinet Room compared to departments -Effect Second term reorganization -Loyalty -Schedule C employees -Harvard and Yale Universities, Ivy League -Frederic V. Malek -The President’s conversation with John C. Whitaker -National Parks Service -Edwin L. Harper -Ehrlichman -Oklahoma State University -Texas School of Mines -Texas A&M University Aggies -Ohio State University -Enrollments -Texas A&M -Malek -William P. Rogers’s schedule -John A. Scali -Under Secretaries -Commerce Departmetn -Department of Health, Education and Welfare [HEW] -Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] -John E. (“Jack”) Sheehan -Federal Reserve Board [FRB} -Arthur F. Burns -Commerce Department
-9NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Donald A. MacMahon -Malek’s recommendation -Background -Age -Irish-Catholicism -Hofstra College -Monroe Calculator Company [Monroe International] -International contracts -Europe, Japan -Baker Industries -Support for the President -Background -New Jersey -Age -Hofstra -Long Island University -Wharton School of Business -James F. Cleary -Background -Age -New York University -Eastman-Dillon -Relationship with the President -Compared to McMahon -Management record, international experience -Women -Cleary -Compared to McMahon -Relationship with the President -1972 campaign -Telephone conversation -Compared to McMahon -Colson -HEW -Caspar W. (“Cap”) Weinberger -Arnold R. Weber -Van Gorkum -TransUnion Corporation -Compared to William P. Clements, Jr. -Weinberger
-10NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Compared to Weber -Frank C. Carlucci -Paul O’Neill -Office of Management and Budget [OMB] _Weber -Schedule C employees -Policy and program management positions -Salary -Location -South, Midwest -Confidential assistants and secretaries to appointees -Salary -Number -Location -South, Midwest, Far West -Percentage -Egil (“Bud”) Krogh, Jr. -Evaluation -Termination -Personnel offices -Supergrade career executives -State Department -Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] -Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] -Defense Department -Manual -White House staff -Advance men -Campaign organizations -1701 [Pennsylvania Avenue] -States -Training course -Duration -Malek -S. Bruce Herschensohn -Disloyalty to administration -Gordon C. Strachan’s conversation with Haldeman -US Information Agency [USIA] -Performance ratings -Edward M. Kennedy
-11NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -1977 -Herschensohn’s view -1972 election The President’s schedule -Visits to agencies -Ehrlichman’s view -Reaction -Loyalists -Cabinet Room meetings -Congress Second term reorganization -Ambassadorships -Number -United Nations [UN] Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO] -Geneva -North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] -Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development [OECD] -Bahrain -Chad -Cyprus -Maldive Islands -Disloyal ambassadors -Protocol -Belton K. (“B. K.”) Johnson -James J. Reynolds -Johnson -Reynolds -Non-career positions -Number -Maurice Stans’s list -Recommended returns -Austria -John P. Humes -Tenure -Departure -Belgium -Robert Strausz-Hupe
-12NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Retention -Ethiopia -E. Ross Adair -Strausz-Hupe -Departure -Timing -Two year terms -Strausz-Hupe -Martin J. Hillenbrand -Departure -Walter H. Annenberg -Retention -Iceland -Frederick Irving -Ireland -John D. J. Moore -Tenure -Departure -Richard A. Moore -Japan -Robert S. Ingersoll -Retention -Spain -Adm. Horatio Rivero, Jr. -Retention -Departure -Timing -Switzerland -Shelby C. Davis -Retention -John N. Mitchell -Stans -Departure -Timing -Trinidad and Tobago -Anthony D. Marshall -Uganda -Thomas Patrick Melady -Tenure -Vietnam
-13NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -OECD -Henry J. Tasca -European Economic Community [EEC] -James D. Hodgson -The President’s conversation with Ehlichman -[Joseph A. Greenwald] -William D. Eberle -Trade representative -West Germany -Eberle -Compared to Hodgson -Relationship with the President -George P. Shultz, Peter M. Flanigan, Kissinger -Vetting -Recommended changes (non-career positions) -Geneva -Idar Rimestad -Afghanistan -Robert E. Neumann -John D. Lodge -Afghanistan -Albert B. Fay of Texas -Argentina -Lodge -Departure -Spanish speaker -Joseph S. Farland -Farland -State Department -Middle East -Under Secretary -Latin America -Robert C. Hill -Middle East -Spain -Farland -Middle East -Australia -Walter L. Rice -Departure
-14NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Harold B. Scott -1972 campaign -Assistant Secretary of Commerce -John W. Rollins -Rollins -Republican National Committee [RNC] -Canada -Adolph W. Schmidt -Departure -William B. McComber, Jr. -Eberle -Business expenditure -McComber -State Department -Pentagon Papers -George H. W. Bush -Denmark -Columbia -Leonard J. Saccio -Spanish speakers -Californians, Texans -Johnson -Val Peterson -Connally -Mexian-Americans -Philip V. Sanchez -Dr. Henry M. Ramirez -Sanchez -Finland -Peterson -John V. Krehbiel -1972 election -France -John N. (“Jack”) Irwin, II -Greece -Tasca -Kissinger -John Stapler -Fundraising -Denmark
-15NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Philip K. Crowe -Charles E. (“Chip”) and Mrs. Bohlen [?] -Tenure -Departure -Retention -1972 campaign contributions -El Salvador -Henry E. Catto, Jr. -Departure -Health -Wiley [?] Reynolds -India -Daniel P. (“Pat”) Moynihan -Iran -Richard M. Helms -Italy -John A. Volpe -Jamaica -Vincent De Roulet -1972 campaign contributions -Loyalty -Norway -De Roulet -Crowe -Jamaica -Roy J. Carver -Bandag Company of Iowa -George Cook of Nebraska -John Bowie [sp?] -Johnson Wax -Combined Communications -Luxembourg -Ruth J. Farkas -Mexico -Robert H. McBride -Departure -Sanchez -Netherlands -J. William Middendorf, II -Herbert J. Klein
-16NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Cook -New Zealand -Pakistan -Jews -Pakistan -Tasca -Jews -Pakistan -Tasca -Panama -Lloyd Miller -[Portugal] -Ridgway B. Knight -Departure -Tenure -Leonard K. Fireston -[Henry] John (“Jack”) Heinz, III -Firestone -South Africa -John G. Hurd -Daniel J. Terra -Lawter Chemicals, Inc. of Chicago -Heinz -Career retention positions -Bahrain -William A. Stoltzfus, Jr. -Bangladesh -Hermann F. Eilts -Barbados -Eileen R. Donovan -Bolivia -Ernest V. Siracusa -Botswana -Charles J. Nelson -Brazil -William M. Rountree -Departure -Businessman -Bulgaria -Horace G. Torbert, Jr.
-17NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Burma -Edwin W. Martin -Burundi -Robert Yost -Martin -Argentina -Departure -Cameroon -C. Robert Moore -Central African Republic -Melvin L. Manfull -Ceylon -Christopher Van Hollen -Chad -Edward W. Mulcahy -Chile -Nathaniel Davis -Taiwan, Republic of China -Walter P. McConaughy -Costa Rica -Viron P. Vaky -Cyprus -David H. Popper -Czechoslovakia -Albert W. Sherer, Jr. -Dominican Republic -Francis E. Meloy, Jr. -Ecuador -Findley Burns, Jr. -Dominican Republic -Ecuador -Burns -Equatorial Guinea -Robert Moore -Ecudaor -Gabon -John A. McKesson, III -Gambia -G. Edward Clark -Guatemala
-18NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -William G. Bowdler -Guinea -Terence A. Todman -Guyana -Spencer M. King -Haiti -Clinton E. Knox -Honduras -Hewson A. Ryan -Hungary -Alfred Puhan -Indonesia -Francis Galbraith -Departure -Businessman -Indonesian speaker -Israel -Walworth Barbour -Ivory Coast -John F. Root -Jordan -L. Dean Brown -South Korea -Philip C. Habib -Kuwait -Stoltzfus -Laos -G. McMurtrie Godley -Lebanon -William B. Buffum -Lesotho -Charles J. Nelson -Liberia -Vacancy -Malagasy Republic -Joseph Mendenhall -Liberia -Malek -Labor people -Black
-19NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Malagasy Republic -Mendenhall -Malawi -William C. Burdett -Sweden -Black -[Jerome H. Holland] -Malaysia -Jack W. Lydman -Maldive Islands -Van Hollen -Malta -John I. Getz -Mauritania -Richard W. Murphy -Mauritius -William D. Brewer -Morocco -Stuart W. Rockwell -Nepal -Carl C. Laise -Nicaragua -Nepal -Laise -Departure -[South Vietnam] -Ellsworth F. Bunker -Departure -Nicaragua -Turner B. Shelton -Niger -Roswell D. McClelland -Nigeria -John E. Reinhardt -Philippines -Henry A. Byroade -Poland -Richard T. Davies -Qatar -Stoltzfus
-20NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Romania -Leonard C. Meeker -Rwanda -Robert F. Corrigan -Saudi Arabia -Nicholas G. Thacher -Senegal -Clark -Sierra Leone -Clinton L. Olson -Singapore -Edwin M. Cronk -Somalia -Matthew J. Looram, Jr. -Swaziland -Charles J. Nelson -Tanzania -W. Beverly Carter -Togo -Dwight Dickinson -Tunisia -Talcott W. Seelye -Turkey -William J. Handley -United Arab Emirates -Stoltzfus -Upper Volta -Donald B. Easum -Uruguay -Charles W. Adair, Jr. -Venezuela -Robert McClintock -Yemen -William R. Crawford, Jr. -Yugoslavia -Malcolm Toon -Zambia -Jean M. Wikowski -Retirement ages -Galbraith
-21NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Career departure positions -Cambodia -Emory C. Swank -Congo -Sheldon V. Vance -Mali -Robert O. Blake -Paraguay -George W. Landau -Peru -Taylor G. Belcher -Landau -Haig -Soviet Union -Jacob D. Beam -Thailand -Adm. John S. McCain, Jr. -McCain -Commander in Chief, Pacific [CINCPAC] -Western Kentucky [?] -Office of Special Trade Representative -Ambassadorships -Tenure -Two year terms -School year -Successors -Confirmation 1973 Inauguration -The President’s schedule, January 18-20, 1973 -Vice Presidential reception -Smithsonian Institute -Salute to the States -John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts -Variety show compared to performances -Purpose -Revenue -Four day guarantee -Sammy Davis, Jr. -Presidential box
-22NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Concert -Ball -Salute to America’s heritage -Public relations [PR] -Smithsonian Institution -Ethnic art, culture, food, music, dancing -Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Tricia Nixon Cox, [Dwight] David Eisenhower, II, Edward R. F. Cox -Zsa Zsa Gabor -Desi Arnaz -Congressional lunch -Timing -Oath, address -White House -Invitations -Congressional leaders, Supreme Court, Cabinet -Motorcade -Parade -Cancellation -White House -Parade
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1973 Inauguration -Themes -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
-23NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Edward Nixon -Herschensohn -“Let the People Come Forward” -Safire -“Forward Together” -1969 Inauguration -[Thomas] Woodrow Wilson -“The Challenge of Peace” -“The New Spirit of ‘76” -Bicentennial -“A New Century of Freedom” -“We the People” -“Toward a More Perfect Union” -“Summons to Greatness” -“One America, Indivisible” -“Let Us Go Forward in Peace” -“The New Spirit of ‘76” -Haldeman’s view -Peace -“Let the People Come Forward” -Safire -“The New Spirit of ‘76” -Tone -“The Spirit of ‘76” -Compared to “The New American Majority” -Politics Presidential airplane -Spirit of ‘76 1973 Inauguartion -Theme -“Spirit of ‘76” -Harvard University, Ivy League -Patrick J. (“Pat”) Moynihan Kissinger -PR -Pre-1972 election -People Republic of China [PRC]
-24NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Social contacts -Hardhats -Lapel flags -Message -Kissinger’s schedule -Return from Paris -Schedule -Vietnam negotiations -Meetings -Duration -Timing -Translation -Record -Length -State of the world report -Length -Departure -Timing -US-Soviet Union summit, 1973 -European Security Conference ***************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4 [Privacy] ] [Duration: 40s END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4 ***************************************************************** -Personality -Haig’s view -Egotism -Treatment of others ***************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 9 [Privacy] [Duration: 2s ] END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 9
-25NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) ***************************************************************** -Personality -Insecurity -“Cycle theory” -Haig’s view -Congressional relations -Press relations -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -Defense of White House -Cambodia -Burning cities -The President’s May 8,1972 decision -Defense of White House -Orders -Ehrlichman -Haldeman’s cancellation -Vietnam negotiations -Statements -“Peace is at hand” -“One more meeting” -Ronald L. Ziegler -“Peace is at hand” -Intellectuals -Presidential statement on television[TV] -Punishment of left wing, Hanoi, Saigon -US bombing of North Vietnam -Settlement agreement -Effect on Thieu -Peace with honor -Compared to US withdrawal for POWs The President’s schedule -Return to Camp David -Reception honoring administration officials from California -Haldeman’s schedule -Robert H. Finch -Governorship of California -Organizational ability -Ziegler’s view
-26NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Finch -Entertainment -Foster Brooks -Taft Schrieber’s introduction -Teri Foster Brooks -Ziegler’s view -Possible appearance at stag dinner -Jonathan Winters -Baseball routine -Speeches -Schreiber -Finch -Presentation -Gold and silver coins -Engraving -“Californians in the White House” -Organizing -Schreiber -Finch -Ed Carter -Clifford A. Miller -Alternative location -White House -Finch’s view -Blue Room -The President’s possible remarks -Departure for Camp David -The President’s and guests’ remarks -Holmes P. Tuttle -William French Smith -Forrest N. Shumway -Orange County -San Diego -Gordon B. Luce -Planning -Order -Alternative location -White House -Finch’s view -Blue Room
-27NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -State Dining Room -Compared to Blair Room -Future -The President’s involvement -Advanceman Second term reorganization -Klein -Value -Schreiber -Finch -Herbert W. Kalmbach -Retention -Office of Communications -Social life -Departure -Haldeman’s view Ronald L. Ziegler entered at 2:50 pm. Ziegler’s press conference -Location -Truck -Hangar -Trailer Press relations -Truck -The President’s role -Coffee -Time article Ziegler’s press conference -Second term reorganization -Peter G. Peterson -Special assignment -Frederick B. Dent -Earl L. Butz -William E. Simon -Edward L. Morgan
-28NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Wire services, networks -Agriculture Department -Responsiveness -Farmers -Modern methods -Butz’s view -United Press International [UPI] -Leak -Butz -Des Moines Register -Clark R. Mollenhoff -Second term reorganization Press relations -UPI -Leaks -Chicago Tribune -Los Angeles Times -Annoucement -Washington Post -Washington Star -Washington Star -John H. Kauffman -Smith Hempstone, Jr. -Newbold (“Newby”) Noyes, Jr. -David Kraslow -National editor -Second term reorganization -Washington Post -Foreign policy -Ownership of Washington Star -Personal benefit -UPI story -La Paz, Bolivia -The President’s 1958 visit to Bolivia -Judith and Ruth Leonardini -Promise of college education in US -Photographs -Cultural exchange program -State Department
-29NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Ziegler’s conversation with Leonard Garment -Educational provisions -Liberals -Background -Age -Parents -Ethnicity -Indian -Jewish -Scholarships -Afghanistan -Photograph The President left at an unknown time before 3:11 pm. Press relations -UPI story -Ziegler’s statement The President entered at an unknown time after 2:50 pm. Press relations -Edward Cox -Conversation with the President -New York Bar exam -Difficulty -California bar exam
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-30NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -George H. W. Bush’s appointment -Announcement -Dole -Press story -United Nations [UN] -Dole -Statement [End segment reviewed under deed of gift] *****************************************************************
Second term reorganization -Announcements -John A. Volpe, Claude S. Brinegar, Egil (“Bud”) Krogh, Jr. -[Pope Paul VI] Giovanni Battista Motini -Robert J. Dole -Volpe -Timing -Bush -Ambassadorship to Italy -Brinegar -Los Angeles Times -Kenneth W. Clawson -San Francisco Examiner -[William Randolph] Hearst newspapers -Justice Department, FBI -Moynihan -Leak -Timing -New York Daily News Jerry Green -Timing -Leak -FBI -State Department -New York Herald Tribune -Conversation with Haldeman -Moynihan’s conversation with the President -Indira Gandhi
-31NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d)
***************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 7 [National security] [Duration: 3s ] [Subject: India] END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 7 ***************************************************************** -Justice Department -Timing -CIA, Atomic Energy Commission [AEC] -Timing -Leak -Washington Star -Richard M. Helms -Dr. James R. Schlesinger -Leak to Washington Post -Schlesinger -Sub-Cabinet position -Ambassadorship -Science Advisor to the President -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr. -Leaks -Washington Star, Chicago Tribune -Wire services -Detroit News -Schedule -Compared to announcements schedule -Purpose -Moynihan -Hearst -FBI -United Nations [UN] -John A. Scali -American Broadcasting Corporation [ABC] -Bill Gill -Timing
-32NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) William P. Rogers -Helms -Ambassadorship to Iran -Ziegler’s conversation with Rogers -CIA -Rogers’s view -Joseph S. Farland -State Department Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger -Meetings -Schedule -Paris call to Ziegler -Timing -Ziegler’s press conference -Instructions from the President -Ziegler’s press conference -The President’s call to Apollo XVII astronauts -Breakdown -Presidential statement on TV -Kissinger’s cables -Ziegler’s view -North and South Vietnam -Kissinger’s view -PR -Settlement agreement -Haldeman’s view -Ziegler’s view -Resumption of talks -North Vietnam -Ziegler’s view -Previous statements -Lyndon B. Johnson Administration -1972 election -Kissinger’s cables -Kissinger -Psychological attitude -“Peace is at hand” -“One more meeting”
-33NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Le Duc Tho -Press relations -North Vietnam -The President’s role -India-Pakistan War -Breakdown -PR -Interpretation -Defeat for peace -Expectation -“Peace is at hand” -Optimism of talks -Kissinger -Smiling for photographs -“We will only sign when it’s right” -Compared to “Peace is at hand” -North Vietnamese intransigence -Kissinger’s possible statement -Compared to Presidential statement -US troops in Vietnam -Number -Casualties -US bombing of North Vietnam -Media and press relations -US casualties -Kissinger -US bombing of North Vietnam -Washington Post -New York Times -Presidential statement on TV -Kissinger -Walter L. Cronkite, Jr. -George S. McGovern -Presidential statement on TV -Settlement agreement -US bombing of North Vietnam -Presidential statement on TV -Kissinger’s return from Paris -Ziegler’s press conference -Kissinger’s possible statement
-34NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Tone -Consultations -Resumption of talks -Timing -Prisoners of war [POWs] -US bombing of North Vietnam -“Peace is at hand” -North Vietnamese intransigence -Settlement agreement -Quality -The President’s previous statement -US bombing of North Vietnam -US bombing of North Vietnam -F-104 -B-52s -“Doves” -Forthcoming report -Kissinger’s reports -Instructions -Forthcoming meeting -Timing -Possible progress -Record -Kissinger’s cable to Haldeman Ziegler left at 3:11 pm. Second term reorganization -Charles E. Walker -L[ouis] Patrick Gray, III 1973 Inauguration -Duration -Variety show -Gala -Stars -Ball -Eugene Ormandy -The President’s schedule -Attire
-35NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -Black tie -Compared to white tie -Attire -Black tie -Gala -White tie -Labor leaders -Colson -Dinners The President’s schedule -Apollo XVII astronauts -Return -Dinner -Hand-shaking, photograph session -Camp David -Dinner -Families -Public interest -Significance of mission -Launch -Crowd size 1973 Inauguration -Attire -White tie -Diplomatic reception -Dinners -Prime ministers -Diplomatic reception -Entertainment -“Salute to the Ambassadors” -Blue Room -Announcement -Timing The President’s schedule -European trip -Timing -March or February 1973
-36NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-10 (cont’d) -1973 Inauguration -US trip -1973 Inauguration -Stops -Duration -Capital and outer critics -The President’s trips to the Soviet Union and the People Republic of China [PRC] Haldeman left at 3:18 pm.
Conversation No. 233-11 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:18 pm and 3:25 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-5]
Conversation No. 233-12 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:18 pm and 3:25 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The Camp David operator talked with the President. [See Conversation No. 157-6]
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Conversation No. 233-13 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: 3:25 pm - 3:31 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with Tricia Nixon Cox. [See Conversation No. 157-7]
Conversation No. 233-14 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-8]
Conversation No. 233-15 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman. [See Conversation No. 157-9]
Conversation No. 233-16 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm
-38NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-16 (cont’d) Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-10]
Conversation No. 233-17 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The Camp David operator talked with the President. [See Conversation No. 157-12]
Conversation No. 233-18 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-13]
Conversation No. 233-19 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with Gerald R. Ford.
-39NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. Apr.-08) Conversation No. 233-19 (cont’d) [See Conversation No. 157-14]
Conversation No. 233-20 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:31 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with the Camp David operator. [See Conversation No. 157-15]
Conversation No. 233-21 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: 4:40 pm - 5:21 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President talked with Col Richard T. Kennedy. [See Conversation No. 157-16]
Conversation No. 233-22 Date: December 6, 1972 Time: Unknown between 5:31 pm and 5:54 pm Location: Camp David Hard Wire The President met with Manolo Sanchez.
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Sanchez left at an unknown time before 5:54 pm.