374

Date: 
Oct 25, 1972 - Oct 27, 1972
Location: 
Executive Office Building
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1 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07)
Conversation No. 374-1 Date: October 25, 1972 Time: Unknown between 4:20 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Manolo Sanchez. The President’s schedule -Forthcoming meeting with Charles W. Colson Sanchez left at an unknown time before 4:40 pm.
Conversation No. 374-2 Date: October 25, 1972 Time: Unknown between 4:20 pm and 4:40 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President dictated a memorandum for the file.
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2 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) Conversation No. 374-3 Date: October 25, 1972 Time: 4:40 pm - 5:40 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Charles W. Colson.
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Watergate -George S. McGovern -Television [TV] appearance, October 25, 1972 -H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Effect on 1972 election -Polls -Albert E. Sindlinger’ s view -Possible voting margins -Press release -Undecided -Reaction to news stories -Washington Post -White House response -Ronald L. Ziegler -Haldeman-Dwight L. Chapin memorandum -Haldeman’s view -George E. Christian rumor -John A. Scali -San Francisco -Vietnam
3 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -The President’s view -Kenneth W. Clawson’s view Press relations -Nature of relationship -Katherine L. Graham -Henry A. Kissinger, White House staff -The President’s threat -William P. Rogers -Dedication of Washington Post building -The New York Times and Washington Post -White House strategy -Richard Scaife, W. Clement Stone, John A. Mulcahy -Influence -Charles Percy, John Sherman Cooper, Marlow W. Cook, Robert T. Stafford -Graham -Georgetown -Influence of Washington Post -Daniel L. Schorr, Carl Stern -American Broadcasting Corporation [ABC] -Chapin story news coverage -The President's appearance before prisoners of war [POWs] families group -Administration strategy -John B. Connally's advice -Public opinion -Watergate -Ziegler's response -Robert J. Dole, Clark MacGregor -Possible libel suit -Haldeman, Chapin -Colson -Possible testimony -Neal B. Freeman -Benjamin C. Bradlee Policy toward the Press -The President’s view -Compared to the President’s handling of North Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos -May 8, 1972 decision
4 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Kissinger -John D. Ehrlichman -Washington Post -Clawson’s conversation with Kissinger -Bradlee -Philip L. Geyelin -Influence -Television stations owned by Washington Post -WTOP -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] -Miami -Federal Communications Commission [FCC] action on license renewal -The President’s view Watergate -Polls -Albert E. Sindlinger Use of radio and TV -Administration strategy -Haldeman -1968 campaign -Comparison Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 4:40 pm. Colson talked with the White House operator at an unknown time after 4:40 pm. [Conversation No. 374-3B] [See Conversation No. 32-43A] [End of conversation] Washington Post, New York Times Sanchez left at an unknown time before 5:16 pm. Colson talked with an unknown woman at an unknown time before 5:16 pm. [Conversation No. 374-3C]
5 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) [See conversation No. 32-43B] [End of conversation] Administration strategy and the press -Clawson -Scali's future plans in broadcast journalism -The President’s view -Scali’s previous work in journalism -State Department -Possible effect on network news -Dan Rather -Possible return to California McGovern's forthcoming speech -Views of Haldeman, Connally -Possible response Vietnam -Colson's conversation with Jay Lovestone -Connally’s TV appearance, October 20, 1972 -War as issue -Importance of attacking McGovern’s stance An unknown person entered and left at an unknown time before 5:16 pm. -Lovestone’s and George Meany's forthcoming briefing by Haig -Coalition government issue -Prisoners of war [POWs] Watergate and campaign practices -Polls -Sindlinger’s view -Effect on projected voting numbers -The President's position -Ziegler and MacGregor’s response on Watergate -Washington Post
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6 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 3 [Personal returnable] [Duration: 2m 9s ]
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1972 campaign -McGovern’s vacillation on issues -Corruption charges -Washington Post -McGovern's description of the President's administration -Compared with other campaign issues -1952 comparison -The Louis P. Harris poll -The economy, relations with the People's Republic of China [PRC], Soviet Union -Vietnam War -Current status of negotiations -Harris poll numbers -“Hawks” -Uncertainty -Settlement -Timing -1972 election -Public perceptions -Progress -Thieu -McGovern’s stance -Response by the President’s surrogates -Amnesty, POWs, surrender -Harris -Kissinger briefing -Rogers The President talked with Kissinger at an unknown time between 4:40 and 5:16 pm.
7 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) [Conversation No. 374-3A] The President’s request for attendance [End of telephone conversation] 1972 campaign -Vietnam War and possible peace settlement -Harris’s analysis -Kissinger -McGovern’s stance -Possible attack by Rogers -Haig’s previous conversation with Colson -Possible attack by Melvin R. Laird -Laird’s schedule -Europe -Sindlinger’s view Kissinger entered at 5:16 pm. -Public perception of issue according to Harris, Sindlinger -Timing of peace settlement compared with 1972 election -Appearance of progress -Haig’s briefing of Meany -Meany’s attacks on McGovern -Kissinger’s conversation with Howard K. Smith -McGovern -May 8, 1972, bombing and mining of Haiphong Harbor -Nature of cease-fire agreement -Coalition government -Ziegler -Achievement of goals -Settlement -Timing -1972 election -Perception of agreement -Kissinger’s conversation with Max Frankel -McGovern -Kissinger’s briefing -Administration strategy -Political considerations
8 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Timing of briefing -Television network coverage -Newspaper coverage Colson left at 5:23 pm. Vietnam peace settlement negotiations -Cease-fire efforts -Possible response from North Vietnamese -North Vietnamese statements -Nguyen Van Thieu ***************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4 [National security] [Duration: _____51s_____] INTELLIGENCE END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4 ***************************************************************** -Thieu’s actions -Timing of US response -Compared to 1972 election An unknown person entered and left at an unknown time before 5:40 pm. -Thieu’s future as US ally -Dan Rather’s recent conversation with Kissinger -Timing compared to 1972 election -McGovern -Administration strategy -Kissinger’s meeting with Sir James Plimsoll -Briefing for William McMahon -Incentives -Halt to US bombing -Public perception of cease-fire agreement -Conservatives -William F. Buckley, Jr.
9 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Thieu -Frequency of meetings with Ellsworth F. Bunker -Political skills compared with military skills -US political implication -Smith’s view -Kissinger’s view -Coalition government -Time article -South Vietnamese actions -Dispatches to Britain, Australia -Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -George R.S. Baring (The Earl of Cromer) -Haig -Negotiations -1968 -Compared to 1972 -Hubert H. Humphrey -Administration strategy -Timing -January 1, 1973, November 20, 1972 -Le Duc Tho possible meeting with Kissinger in Paris -Settlement text -Ellsworth F. Bunker An unknown person entered and left at an unknown time before 5:40 pm. -Gen. Creighton W. Abrams, Jr. -Gen. William C. Westmoreland -Haig -North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam -Economic assistance Kissinger left at 5:40 pm.
Conversation No. 374-4 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 8:08 am and 8:30 am
10 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Manolo Sanchez. Dictabelts for private file Sanchez left at an unknown time before 8:30 am.
Conversation No. 374-5 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 8:08 am and 8:30 am Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Gilroy Roberts -Oval Office -Harold Lee -Health Services Industry committee -John D. Ehrlichman -House Resolution [HR] 1 -Roberts, Lee -Haircut -Ehrlichman Bull left at an unknown time before 8:30 am.
Conversation No. 374-6
Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 8:30 am - 8:45 am Location: Executive Office Building
11 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) The President met with John D. Ehrlichman. House Resolution 1 [HR 1] legislation -Taxpayers -Social Security -Tax increase -The President’s previous statements -Compared to the President’s philosophy -Outlays -Caspar W. (“Cap”) Weinberger -George P. Shultz -Full employment balance -Congress -Social Security provisions -Amount of increase -Effect -Disability payments -Medicare -Shultz -Welfare reform -Proposals by the President's administration -Congressional action -Payroll tax increases -Compared with social security tax increases -Benefits for aged, disabled -Washington Post letter to the editor -Shultz -Treasury Department -Forthcoming conversation with Ehrlichman -Budget -Outlays -Amounts -Fiscal Year [FY] 1974 -Full employment -Outlay ceiling -FY 1973 compared with FY 1974 numbers -FY 1974 -Full employment -FY 1973 administration target -FY 1974 full employment
12 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Weinberger -Bill signing -Environmental legislation -Possible statement -Timing with Vietnam peace negotiations -Legislative workload -The President’s schedule -Henry A. Kissinger’s trip to Saigon -The President's schedule -Reports on negotiations Ehrlichman left at 8:45 am.
Conversation No. 374-7 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 8:45 am and 9:03 am Location: Executive Office Building The President talked with Henry A. Kissinger. Kissinger's schedule -Forthcoming meeting
Conversation No. 374-8 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 8:45 am and 9:03 am Location: Executive Office Building The President talked with the White House operator. [See Conversation No. 32-66]
13 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07)
Conversation No. 374-9 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:03 am - 9:04 am Location: Executive Office Building The President talked with Stephen B. Bull. [See Conversation No. 32-67]
Conversation No. 374-10 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:06 am Location: Executive Office Building
The President talked with the White House operator. [See Conversation No. 32-68]
Conversation No. 374-11 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:10-9:50 a.m. Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Patrick J. Buchanan. White Paper on campaign practices -The President’s instructions -For the record -Editor of Barron's
14 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Subjects -International Telephone and Telegraph [ITT] case -The President’s press conference -Soviet Union grain deal -The President's involvement -Carpet industry gift charges -Corruption -American Federation of Teachers [AFT] support for McGovern -Right to strike -Campaign contributions -Press coverage -ITT, Watergate -The Milk Fund -Congress -Wilbur D. Mills Henry A. Kissinger entered at 9:14 am. White paper -Watergate cover up and campaign practices -Reports on H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman involvement -Washington Post article, October 27, 1972 -Democratic National Committee -San Francisco -Clean administration -Sabotage -Information on rallies -Necessity -News summary -Barry M. Goldwater’s campaign -Democratic campaign tactics -Action against Edward R.F. Cox -Republican Phoenix headquarters -Damage in San Francisco -Los Angeles -Republican National Convention -McGovern supporters -Damage -Violence -Lack of criticism -Organization of demonstrators
15 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Rallies of the President, Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon, [Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Tricia Nixon Cox] -Hecklers -Free speech -Lack of criticism -Campaign finances -Double standard -Desperation tactics -Reasons McGovern and 1972 campaign -The President’s view -McGovern’s position on Vietnam -White House attacks -Settlement -W[illiam] Averell Harriman’s statement -Communist government in South Vietnam -Prisoners of war [POWs] -Laos, Cambodia -Disarmament of South Vietnam -Unconditional withdrawal of US -“Peace with surrender” -“Peace with Honor” -White House attacks -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Effect on negotiations -Thailand -McGovern settlement terms -Cambodia -Laos -POWs -Peter Lisagor’s statement on coalition government -Administration achievement of peace terms -Effect on critics Press relations -Administration policy on returning calls to the press -The president’s orders -Washington Post Watergate story -Murrey Marder, Carroll Kilpatrick, Joseph C. Kraft
16 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -New York Times -Libel actions -John M. Mitchell -Maurice H. Stans -Haldeman McGovern and 1972 campaign -McGovern’s position on Vietnam -Aid to Laos and Cambodia -Ramifications -Communism Laos and Cambodia -Thailand -South Vietnam -Peace with surrender -Guarantees on POW's -Good faith of enemy -White House attacks on McGovern criticism -McGovern position -Terms of agreement -Ability to obtain same terms previously -Charles W. Colson -Response by the White House -Kissinger’s previous trip to Paris -R. Sargent Shriver’s statement on the President’s morality -The president’s order to response -Administration use of trip -Indira Gandhi -Hanoi -Reason for trip Vietnam peace settlement -The press -Ronald L. Ziegler’s view -The President’s view -Motivations -Thieu -POWs -Laos, Cambodia -Bombing and mining, May 8, 1972 -Summit meeting with Soviets, May 1972 -Mood
17 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Issue of the coalition government -Le Duc Tho -Thieu’s strategy -Opposition in South Vietnam -Communists -Cease-fire agreement -Elections in Vietnam -Prospects -The press -Alexander M. Haig, Jr.’s conversation with Marder -White House treatment of Washington Post -White House attacks on McGovern, Shriver -President’s view -Strategy -McGovern’s Vietnam position -Thieu Publication of White Paper by Barron’s -Reprints -Release by an individual -St. Louis Globe-Democrat -Clark MacGregor -Reason for publication -For campaign -For the record 1972 campaign -Television [TV] program October 26, 1972 -Press coverage -Networks McGovern campaign tactics -Bombing -Violence -Hecklers -Location -Treatment of McGovern, Shriver compared with the President Vietnam peace settlement -1972 campaign
18 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Aggressive campaigning -Agnew -Cease-fire Agreement -Secrecy -Administration campaign strategy -McGovern attacks -Delay of peace -“Peace with honor” -“Peace with surrender” -Hanoi’s public release of settlement -Content of agreement -1972 election -Timing of settlement -Prospects for peace Buchanan left at 9:30 am. Vietnam peace settlement -Administration campaign strategy -Political aspects -Contrast with McGovern proposals -Coalition government -POWs -Laos, Cambodia -Defense of South Vietnam -North Vietnam -Thieu’s position -Propaganda -North Vietnam -Signing of agreement -Western propaganda -US support for Thieu -Intelligence information -North Vietnamese officials -North Vietnamese strategy and 1972 election -October 26, 1972 ********************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 7 [National security] [Duration: 11s ]
19 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) INTELLIGENCE END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 7 ********************************************************** -Present situation -Message to North Vietnamese -Kissinger's schedule -Press relations -Kissinger's press briefing, October 26, 1972 -The President’s view -Lisagor -Bernard Kalb -Killed in action [KIA] figures for previous week -Media coverage -Type of settlement -No surrender -Desire of American public -McGeorge Bundy's appearance on TV Watergate -The New York Times -The Washington Post story on campaign charges -White House response -H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman and secret fund -The President’s view -Kissinger’s view -Nelson A. Rockefeller’s campaign tactics -Wiretaps -Rockefeller’s associates -Watergate -Wiretapping -Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] -Watergate break-in -Democratic National Committee [DNC] -Lawrence F. O’Brien, Jr. -Responsibility -Hubert H. Humphrey -Edmund S. Muskie
20 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Kissinger’s view Campaign strategy -Attacks on McGovern -Vietnam as issue -Aggressive campaigning -Barry M. Goldwater -McGovern attacks on Vietnam peace settlement -Effect on peace settlement talks -Effect on US Vietnam peace settlement negotiations -North Vietnamese strategy -Publication of settlement terms -Possible White House strategies -Thieu’s actions -Dispatching of ambassadors worldwide -Referendum proposal -Kissinger’s conversation with Joseph W. Alsop -William F. Buckley, Jr.’s possible visit with Thieu -Catholicism -Post-1972 election strategy -Gen. Creighton W. Abrams, Jr. -Kissinger’s role -Thieu’s position in light of US strategy -South Vietnamese government -Administrative structure -1972 campaign -John B. Connally -Haig’s call to Connally -Reaction to timing of settlement -Kissinger's talk with Alsop -Forthcoming article -Haig's forthcoming telephone call to Cardinal Cooke -Kissinger’s forthcoming telephone cal to Ronald W. Reagan -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -Coalition government -Attack on McGovern -Haig’s forthcoming telephone calls to Samuel W. Yorty, George C. Wallace
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Vietnam -Kissinger’s forthcoming telephone call to Connally -Colson’s previous call to George E. Christian -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -Agnew -Haig’s briefing -The President’s view -The President’s relationship with conservatives -The President’s November 3, 1969 speech -Demonstrations -Mining Haiphong, bombing North Vietnam -Negotiations -Thieu -US strategy -North Vietnam -Strategy -Message -North Vietnam position compared with US position -Bombing halt -Progress -Timing The President’s schedule -Harold Lee -Hong Kong Kissinger’s forthcoming telephone call to Connally -Kissinger’s forthcoming telephone call to the President
22 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) Kissinger left at 9:50 am.
Conversation No. 374-12 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:50 am and 9:52 am Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Manolo Sanchez. H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman’s forthcoming meeting with the President Sanchez left at an unknown time before 9:52 am.
Conversation No. 374-13 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:52 am Location: Executive Office Building The President talked with the White House operator. [See Conversation No. 32-69]
Conversation No. 374-14 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:52 am Location: Executive Office Building The President talked with the White House operator.
23 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) [See Conversation No. 32-70]
Conversation No. 374-15 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:52 am - 9:54 am Location: Executive Office Building The President talked with Dwight L. Chapin. [See Conversation No. 32-71; one item has been withdrawn]
Conversation No. 374-16 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 9:55 am - 11:08 am Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Charles W. Colson. The President's schedule -H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Bills for signature, veto
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Haldeman entered at 9:56 am.
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1972 campaign -McGovern’s position on Vietnam peace settlement -News summary -Patrick J. Buchanan, Henry A. Kissinger -The President’s orders to attack McGovern -Possible attack on R. Sargent Shriver -Prisoners of war [POWs] -Disarmament of South Vietnam -Coalition government -Timing of US pullout -Kissinger’s public statements -John A. Scali’s view -“Peace with honor” compared with “Peace with surrender” -Electorate -The President’s view -The White house and the press -Joseph C. Kraft -Communication with the Washington Post -Murrey Marder’s call to Alexander M. Haig, Jr. -The President’s orders for Kissinger -New York Times -William P. Rogers -William H. Sullivan -John B. Connally -Haig -Delegating authority -Comparison to [Thomas] Woodrow Wilson -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew Record of opponents’ statements on issues -Polls -Efforts of Colson’s staff -Six Crises -James B. (“Scotty”) Reston -William F. Knowland
25 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Kissinger -Possible television [TV] special -Testing of Dan Rather’s predictions -Timing -1972 election -Press coverage -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS]
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Vietnam and the 1972 election -McGovern -Sympathy appeal -Campaign strategy -Proposals for peace in Vietnam -Focus of White house response -Media coverage, October 26, 1972 -Possible public response -Ending the war in 1969 W[illiam] Averell Harriman -McGeorge Bundy -Kissinger -Watergate as issue -McGovern’s statements -Credibility -Colson’s view -Campaign strategy -Attacking Shriver -Buchanan’s view -Robert J. Dole’s statements
26 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Administration strategy -Ziegler’s view -The president’s recent views -McGovern’s recent remarks -US casualties -Use of Agnew for White House response -Use of Rogers for press conference -Support for the President -Dole
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1972 campaign -Vietnam War demonstrations -Boston -Federal building -McGovern’s peace settlement proposals -Withdrawal timetable The President left after an unknown time after 9:56 am. -Shriver -Kissinger’s trips The President entered at an unknown time before 11:05 am. -Haldeman -Newspaper story in Washington Post about 1962 activites -Donald F. Nixon -Albert E. Sindlinger’s views
27 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) -Public opinion -Polls -Measure of success -Louis P. Harris, Sindlinger, Richard M. Scammon -Important factors -Busing, amnesty, abortion, foreign policy Vietnam -Press -McGovern -Opportunity to attack administration -Economic issues, Vietnam -Limitations on administration’s popularity -Public perception of McGovern campaign -Vietnam -Moral issue -Frank E. Fitzsimmons -“Peace with honor” -Sindlinger -Economy -The President's standing -George H. Gallup -Kissinger
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Terence Cardinal Cooke and John P. Cardinal Cody's request for peace prayers Request for a telephone call to Kissinger
28 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) Haldeman talked with Kissinger at an unknown time between 11:05 and 11:08 am. [Conversation No. 374-16A] Vietnam update -Kissinger's call to Connally -Haig's briefing of George Meany [End of telephone conversation] Vietnam peace settlement -Connally's views The President, Haldeman and Colson left at 11:08 am.
Conversation No. 374-17 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:34 pm and 2:40 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President met with H.R. (Bob”) Haldeman. Schedule Haldeman left at an unknown time before 2:40 pm.
Conversation No. 374-18 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 1:34 pm and 2:40 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Manolo Sanchez.
29 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Aug-07) ***************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 1 [Personal returnable] [Duration: 54s ]
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Sanchez left at an unknown time before 2:40 pm.
Conversation No. 374-19 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: Unknown between 2:30 pm and 2:40 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Manolo Sanchez. Request for a meeting with Charles W. Colson Sanchez left at an unknown time before 2:40 pm.
Conversation No. 374-20 Date: October 27, 1972 Time: 2:40 pm - 2:50 pm Location: Executive Office Building The President met with Charles W. Colson.
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1972 campaign -Poll results -Vietnam peace settlement -George S. McGovern -Negativism -Economy -Foreign relations with Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China [PRC] -Election strategy -Louis P. Harris‘s report -Prospects -Vietnam and prisoners of war [POWs] -South Vietnam elections -The President compared with McGovern -Speech potential -South Vietnam elections -William P. Rogers, Spiro T. Agnew, John B. Connally -Possible television advertisement -McGovern’s Vietnam position -Compared with the President’s position -Surrender -POWs
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Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 2:40 pm. The President's schedule -Forthcoming Oval Office meeting with Robert J. Dole Bull left at an unknown time before 2:50 pm.
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The President and Colson left at 2:50 pm.