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Date: 
Oct 05, 1972
Location: 
Oval Office
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1 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03)
Conversation No. 792-1 Date: October 5, 1972 Time: 11:05 a.m.-12:10 p.m. Location: Oval Office The President met with Frank Cormier, Gaylord Shaw, Eugene V. Risher, Norm Kempster, Ralph Harris, Pat Heggernan, Marc Hutten, Claude Moisy, Gene Carlson, Thomas E. Jarriel, Robert Pierpoint, Dave Breasted, Gary Axelson, Forrest Boyd, Mike Maus, Cliff Evans, Fay G. Wells, Donald Fulsom, Gil Butler, Charles Van Dyke, Thomas Girard, Peter Kumpa, Phil P. Potter, Sal Micciche, Lucian C.(“Lou”) Warren, Peter Lisagor, Tom Littlewood, Fred Farrar, Courtney Sheldon, Karen Elliott, Jerald F. (“Jerry”) terHorst, Sarah McClendon, John Cauley, Bob Toth, Frank Wright, Frank van der Linden, Paul Healy, Stan Carter, Robert B. Semple,Jr., Martin Schram, Larry O'Rourke, Jim Deakin, Jim Gannon, Carroll Kilpatrick, Garnett D. (“Jack”) Horner, Mary McGrory, Jim Carey, David Barnett, Robert Boyd, Donald Bacon, Bruce Agnew, Hugh S. Sidey, Henry Hubbard, John F. Osborne, Jerrold L. Schecter, Howard Norton, John P. (“Jack”) Sutherland, Al Sullivan, Bill Sprague, Roy McCartney, Dave de-Segonzac, Fred Bonavita, Frank Kane, Ed O'Brien, Kenji Wakamatsu, Akira Noguchi, Hiroshi Kondo, Jin Tae Hong, Tatsuro Matsumura, H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman, Ronald L. Ziegler and Patrick J. Buchanan. [This press conference of the following conversation may be found in Public Papers of the President, 1972, pp. 952-962] 1972 campaign -Corruption charges -Response -The President’s partisan advisors -Member of Congress [Jerome Waldie] -Democratic party -Press -George McGovern -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Motives Vietnam -Negotiated settlement
2 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Timing -1972 election -South Vietnam -North Vietnamese -South Vietnam -Communist government -Prisoners of war [POWs] -Cease-fire -Bombing halt -1968 -Negotiations -Status -Possible election of Democratic president -1968 election -Bombing halt -Hubert H. Humphrey -Hanoi -Polls -South Vietnam -Communist government -Bombing purpose -Lisagor -Mining -San Clemente -South Vietnam -Predictions -Time -Newsweek -New York Times -Washington Post -Network commentators -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -Communist takeover -Critics -Mining -US-Soviet Union summit -View -Credence
3 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Mining -South Vietnam -Provincial capitals US-Soviet Union grain deal -Allegations -Earl L. Butz -House Committee on Agriculture -Big Six grain dealers -Wheat growers -Southwest -[Federal Bureau of Investigation] [FBI] -The President’s recent conversation with Andrei A. Gromyko -Capitalists -Benefits to US -Farm payments -Costs -Benefits -Farmers -Farm income -Jobs -American merchant marine -Farming and processing -Tax payers -Storage costs -People's Republic of China [PRC] -Japanese -Balance of trade -Balance of payments -Terms -Peter G. Peterson -Butz -Inside information -Role of aide [Clarence D. Palmby] in negotiations -Butz -July 8, 1972, announcement -San Clemente -US-Soviet Union trade agreement
4 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Economic negotiations -Compared to arms control negotiations -Palmby’s trip to the Soviet Union Property tax relief -John D. Ehrlichman statement -Federal Government -Payment to states -Tax increase -Priorities -The President’s meeting with Robert E. Merriam -Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations [ACIR] -Retired people -Tax burden -George P. Shultz -Congress -Reducing tax burden -Elderly Watergate -[FBI] -Investigation -Alger Hiss case -Comparisons -Committee to Re-elect the President [CRP] -Grand Jury -Indictments -Statements on legal cases -Charles Manson case -Denver -California Campaigning -Warren -Avoiding tax increase -Congress -The President’s previous statements in San Clemente
5 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) and San Francisco -Adjournment -Spending -Tax increase for 1973 -Budget ceiling -Bills -Budget -Tax income -Possible vetoes -Democrats -Budget -Vetoes -Limits on the President’s travels 1972 election predictions -1968 election -Electoral votes -Goal -Polls -Voter turnout -Pollsters -Margin of vote -1964 -George H. Gallup -Barry M. Goldwater -Lyndon B. Johnson -Polls -Reliability -Popular and electoral vote -New American majority -Republicans, Democrats and Independants Presidential availability -Press conferences -Presentation of positions -Taxes -Tax increase -Ehrlichman
6 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Shultz -Camp David -Radio speech by the President, October 7, 1972 -Press coverage -Press conferences -Press role -Potter -Preparation for press conference -The President’s previous conversation on airplane -DC-3 -Speech writing -John Foster Dulles Welfare reform -House Resolution [HR] 1 -Minimum income assistance for poor -Second term -Senate -William V. Roth, Jr. -Work requirement -Working poor -Budget -Welfare rolls -Work requirement -Senate and House of Representatives Busing -Senate bill -Constitutional amendment -Issues -Amnesty -Tax increases -Defense cuts -Soviet Union -Domestic proposals -The President’s 1972 State of the Union Address -Sample -Health
7 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Government reorganization -Welfare reform -Congress's response -Northern cities -Southern cities -Possible legislation -Compared to Constitutional amendment -Legislative process [End of Public Papers 1972, pp. 952-962] [General conversation] -Unknown book
The President's clothing -Tie -Manolo Sanchez -Blue tie -[Stet] Goodman -Design Newsday Everyone except Haldeman left at 11:42 am. -Frequency Press conferences -John A. Scali’s view -Preparation -Henry A. Kissinger -Charles W. Colson -Memorandum -Patrick J. Buchanan -Scali -Busing
8 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 11:42 am. The President's schedule -Scali -Colson Suit -Cost The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 11:47 am. Press conference -Critique -The President’s style -Oval Office -Television [TV] -Equal time The President's schedule -Forthcoming Radio Address on Federal Spending -Timing -Radio, TV An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 11:42 am. The President’s schedule -Ziegler The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 11:47 am. Camp David Clark MacGregor entered at 11:47 am. The President’s recent press conference -Radio -Purchase of airtime -Rebroadcast
9 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Polls -New majority -Goldwater -Issues -Amnesty, spending increases, defense cuts, domestic proposals -Sample -MacGregor’s view -Welfare -Press release -Single standard -Radio tape -Possible office press conference -Timing Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 11:47 am. Colson -Ehrlichman Bull left at an unknown time before 11:50 am. Ehrlichman’s schedule -Seattle -Pacific Northwest The President’s recent press conference -Tax increase -Ehrlichman -Scali’s view -MacGregor’s recent conversation with Colson and Ehrlichman -Distribution of text of the President’s remarks -Purchase of radio time Scali entered at 11:50 am. -Questions -Audibility
10 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) Press conferences -Press relations -San Clemente -Office -TV -Equal time -Networks -Office -Press relations -Scali’s view -McGovern -Press Ehrlichman and Ziegler entered at 11:52 am. Ehrlichman's schedule -Seattle Synthetic natural gas -Administration position -Timing -1972 election -Oil producers -John B. Connally -Upcoming call from Ehrlichman Ehrlichman’s schedule -Fund raising dinner -George Jessel The President’s recent press conference -Possible office press conference -Radio coverage Colson entered at 11:53 am. -Tone -CRP
11 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Purchase of political time -Radio -Frequency of press conferences -McGovern -Press conference as platform for presentation of issues -Presidential posture -Questions -Foreign policy -McGrory -Proposed question -Ehrlichman -Adjournment of Congress -Timing of another press conference -Democrats -Waldie -Washington Post -Agnew -United Press International [UPI] -McGovern -Charges of corruption -Vietnam -Nazis -Jews -Tax increase 1973 -Congressional overspending -Vietnam settlement -Negotiations -Status -Timing -1972 election -Bombing halt -Lyndon B. Johnson -Gromyko Press conference -Timing -McGregor’s view -Scali’s view
12 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Colson’s view -Zieglers’s view -Ehrlichman’s view -Potter -The President's schedule -Atlanta -New York -Oval Office compared with East Room -Size -Equal time -[McGovern] TV Guide -Joyce Brothers -Agnew -Relationship -TV show -Article on press conferences -Question -Length Press conference -Questions -Networks -Wire services -Lisagor -McClendon -White House press corps -Ziegler -East Room -Foreign policy -[Watergate] -Radio coverage -McClendon -Single standard -Manson -McClendon question on Watergate -Tone
13 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Answer -Answer McGovern's charge of corruption -Answer -Comparisons to Adolph Hitler -PRC -Soviet Union -The President’s partisan advisors -Mexican children Welfare -Abraham A. Ribicoff -HR 1 -Russell B. Long -Possible filibuster -Work requirements -Welfare rolls -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] -Coverage of speech The President's schedule Watergate -Wiretaps -Listening -Accusation -MacGregor, William E. Timmons -Anecdote -Bob -FBI -Red Squad, San Francisco Haldeman, Scali, Ziegler, and Colson left at 12:09 pm. -Tapes monitoring of unknown woman -House Un-American Activities Committee MacGregor left at 12:09 pm.
14 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) Synthetic natural gas -Administration position -Timing -Peter G. Peterson -1972 election The President’s recent press conference -Press relations -Single standard -Manson -Ehrlichman’s view -Effectiveness -Rebroadcast Ehrlichman left at 12:10 pm.
Conversation No. 792-2 Date: October 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 12:14 pm and 3:03 pm Location: Oval Office Unknown men [custodial staff] met.
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15 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) The unknown men left at an unknown time before 3:03 pm.
Conversation No. 792-3 Date: October 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 3:03 pm and 3:04 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President's schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 3:04 pm.
Conversation No. 792-4 Date: October 5, 1972 Time: 3:04 pm - 4:53 pm Location: Oval Office
The President met with H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman, John D. Ehrlichman, Clark MacGregor, Robert J. Dole, Bryce N. Harlow, and John N. Mitchell; the White House photographer was present at the beginning of the meeting. Greetings The President's recent press conference -Question and answer [Q&A] session Seating arrangements
16 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) [Photograph session] Consumer Protection Agency -Senate filibuster -Cloture vote -Jacob K. Javits -Charls H. Percy -Office of Economic Opportunity [OEO] -Welfare Welfare bill -Timing -Medicaid -Edward M. Kennedy Congressional schedule -Senate -Michael J. Mansfield -House of Representatives -Six day rule -Suspensions
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The President’s position on issues -The President’s forthcoming radio speeches -Amnesty
17 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Busing -Defense cuts -Government spending -Taxes -Government reorganization -Health -Arms control -Welfare -Rolls -Cost -Property taxes -Prices -Controls -Cost of living -Unemployment -Taxes -Congressional messages -George S. McGovern's stands -Committee to Re-elect the President [CRP] -Polls -Issues -Robert Teeter’s views -Amnesty -Busing -Abortion -Marijuana -George H. Gallup’s views -Louis P. Harris’s views -Amnesty -McGovern -Possible advertisment -Vietnam veteran -Average voter -The president’s view compared to McGovern’s -Youth vote -Youth vote -Abortion -Busing
18 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Michigan -Welfare -House Resolution [HR] 1 -Prospects -Pilot programs -Defense -California -Budget cuts -Soviet Union -South Vietnam -Nguyen Van Thieu -Communist government -Defense -Jobs in defense industries -Melvin K. Laird -The President’s view -Soviet Union -Laird’s efforts -Arms control -Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction [MBFR] -Soviet Union -People’s Republic of China [PRC] -US allies -Israel -US capabilities -McGovern -McGovern -Communism -Barry M. Goldwater -Vietnam -The President’s October 9, 1968 speech -McGovern’s forthcoming speech -McGovern -Response -Attack mode -Charles W. Colson -Corruption charges -Foreign policy speech
19 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Cleveland -Response -Attack mode -William P. Rogers -Corruption charge -Earl L. Butz -Defense -Amnesty -Defense -Welfare -Government spending -Taxes -Press relations -Law and order, crime, marijuana -McGovern -Ehrlichman’s previous conversation with an unknown person -Defense mode -Position papers -Farm policy -Foreign policy -Speech, October 5, 1972 -Corruption charges -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Foreign policy speech -Response -Rogers -United Nations [UN] -Laird -Attacks on significant initiatives of the President -Timing -Vietnam -South Vietnam -Communist government -Debate -Frank F. Mankiewicz -Press relations -Handling of techniques compared to views
20 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -James B. (“Scotty”) Reston -Mary McGrory -Thomas W. Braden -Thomas Grey (“Tom”) Wicker -Eastern Establishment, White house press corps views -Defense cuts -Amnesty -Vietnam -Welfare -Busing -Ronald L. Ziegler -1972 election -McGovern -Rejection of views -The New York Times -The Washington Post -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] -National Broadcasting Company [NBC] -American Broadcasting Company [ABC] -Concern -Separation of concepts from candidate -Liberal establishment -Thomas F. Eagleton -Recent speech to United Press International [UPI] editors -Television [TV]
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21 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 3:04 pm. The President's schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 4:44 pm. Campaign practices -Response to McGovern's style and charges -Jerome R. Waldie -The President’s speeches to editors -McGovern and staff -Harlow’s view -Standing in the polls -Speech to UPI editors James D. Hodgson, Donald E. Johnson and John F. Evans entered at 4:44 pm. Greetings Veterans education bill -Monthly benefits -Amount -Olin E. (“Tiger”) Teague -Vance Hartke -Vietnam veterans -Veteran’s organizations Haldeman, Ehrlichman, MacGregor, Dole, Harlow, and Mitchell left at 4:46 pm. Hodgson, Johnson, and Evans remained; the White House photographer was present at the beginning of the meeting. Veterans education bill -Monthly benefits -Amount -Clarence E. Miller -Role
22 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) [Photograph session] -Left handed people Veterans education bill -Edward R.F. Cox -Veterans -College campuses -Medical care Unemployment rate -Veterans -Numbers -American industry -“Belt tightening” -Productivity Vietnam War era veterans -Numbers at work -Age group -Goals -Reserves -Manpower Authorization Voucher [MAV] -School 1972 campaign -Hodgson’s recent meeting with labor leaders -Michigan -McGovern -American Association of Junior Colleges -Fred Schwengel -The President’s view -University, Iowa City -Abraham Lincoln -Recent speech -Lincoln -Comparison to the President Weather
23 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -The President’s schedule -Camp David Possible Cabinet meeting Hodgson, Johnson, and Evans left at 4:53 pm.
Conversation No. 792-5 Date: October 5, 1972 Time: Unknown between 4:53 pm and 4:55 pm. Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President's schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 4:55 pm.
Conversation No. 792-6 Date: October 5, 1972 Time: 4:55 pm - 6:23 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Samuel Lubell and Charles W. Colson; the White House photographer was present at the beginning of the meeting. Greetings -Previous meeting with the President [Photograph session]
24 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Previous meetings with the president -Dwight D. Eisenhower -1956 -Oliver F. (“Ollie”) Atkins The President’s writing -Tobacco -Dictation The President's meetings with pollsters -Louis P. Harris -Albert E. Sindlinger -George H. Gallup -Purpose An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 4:55 pm. Refreshment The unknown person left at an unknown time before 5:00 pm. -Richard M. Scammon -National trends National trends -Lubell’s articles -Developments since 1968, 1972 -Changes in country's attitudes H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman entered at 5:00 pm. Introduction Welfare -Family Assistance Plan [FAP] -1969 -Daniel P. (“Pat”) Moynihan -Work requirements
25 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Benefits -Popular support in 1969 -Harris, Gallup polls -The president’s August 11, 1969 speech -Workfare -Demonstrations in 1969 -Vietnam War issue -National defense -US role in the world -Pessimism -Cities -Blacks -Moynihan -Popular support in 1972 -The President's recent meeting with [Robert J. Dole] -Dole’s moderate position -Vietnam War -Communist government in South Vietnam -Defense -Supersonic Transport [SST] -Environmentalists Senators and Congressmen reflecting popular mood Lubell's surveys -Changes in the country -Reasons -Race, taxes, work ethic, jingoism -Britain -Sir Alexander F. (“Alec”) Douglas-Home -Previous conversation with the President -Prime Minister’s position -The President’s view -Edward R.G. Heath -Labor force -Douglas-Home’s observations -George Meany -Visit to Britain
26 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Meany’s relationship with the President -Miami -Comparisons to the US -Labor government -Inflation -Wage-cost push -Inflation -Wage and price controls -Adherence -Labor -Eastern Establishment -Time -Newsweek -Networks -Washington Post -New York Times -Lubell’s readership -World-Telegram -New York City -Long Island Press -Jamaica, New York -New York Times -The Washington Star -World Telegram -Washington Star -Elections -Washington Post series -Lubell’s analysis -George S. McGovern -Democrats -Personalities of candidates -Interests and concerns of voters -Identification with candidates -Selection -Psychology -Listening -Lack of interest -Politicians personalities
27 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Charisma -Credibility -Eisenhower as an example -Effects on people -War and peace -Domestic policies -1958 recession -Sherman Adams -Stroke -Popularity -Democrats -Farm prices -1956 election -Adlai E. Stevenson, III -House of Representatives -Senate -1954 election -Issues and personality -Washington Post series -McGovern -Candidates and voters -Mutual manipulation -Process -Lubell's article in the Washington Star -Tone -Watergate -Reconciliation -Nobel Peace Prize -State Department -Income distribution of campaign funds -Charities -Democrats -Republicans -Public concerns -1968 election -George C. Wallace -Voter decisisons -Hubert H. Humphrey
28 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -North -The President -South -Lyndon B. Johnson -Bombing halt -Effect on voters -Wallace -Humphrey -Increase of votes in the South -1972 election -Two party choice -Compared to 1968 election -Welfare plan -FAP -Gallup, Harris -Lubell -1968 campaign work for Nelson A. Rockefeller -Guaranteed annual income -Social Security -Jobs -1968 election -Envy -Rockefeller -Lubell's position -Rockefeller -Guaranteed annual income -Increase in Social Security -Competitive aspect -Private income -Polls -Questions -Wording -Complexity of issues -Single questions -Examples -Capital punishment, Vietnam -Lubell's interviewing techniques -Psychology
29 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -1960 primaries -John F. Kennedy -Humphrey -Wisconsin -Voter indecision -Catholics -Kennedy -Protestants -Humphrey -Work ethic -Welfare -Racial feelings -Economic feelings -General frustration -Opponents -Blacks -Supporters -Personal family experiences -Letters to Lubell -Guaranteed annual income -McGovern -Ira Mendells -Statistical concept -John Maynard Keynes -Keynesian approach -Problems -Money supply -Milton Friedman -Government -Lubell’s experiences in World War II -Choices -Inflation -Monetary grant -Welfare rolls -Defense and foreign policy -Jobs -Vietnam War -Public sentiment and support
30 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -The President's May 8, 1972 decision -Mining -Bombing -North Vietnamese -Reactions from experts -Mistake -US-Soviet Union summit -Cabinet -Hard line compared to soft line -Vietnam -Lubell’s articles -Attitudes -Summer 1971 -Hawks -Economy -Wage-price freeze, [August 1971] -Eisenhower -Compared to the President -Actions taken -Lubell’s health -Bob Fischer -Previous conversation with Lubell -Economic improvement -Effect -Lubell’s Washington Star article, January-February 1972 -White House staff telephone call to Lubell -South Vietnamese offensive -Hawks and doves -Accuracy of terms -Eugene J. McCarthy -New Hampshire -Korean conflict -Comparisons -Eisenhower -1952 election -Bird watching analogy -Cease-fire -Reactions
31 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -The President's political fortune -Lubell’s recent article -1972 election -Lubell’s recent series of articles -Washington Star -Voters -1972 election -Bombing -Mining of harbors -Soviet Union reaction -Summit -End of war -Attrition -Conditions -Alternatives -Middle East -Korea -Truce -Prisoners of war [POWs] -South Vietnam -Effectiveness -Maurice Schuman -Previous meetings with the President -Lubell’s previous conversation with French agency representative -Bombing halt -1968 election -Compared to 1972 election -Mining lifting -Veterans education bill -Importance of signature -Taxes -Soviet Union -People’s Republic of China [PRC] -Violence -“Syndrome” -Toleration -Demonstrations
32 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -1969 - 1970 -Hecklers -Young people -Moynihan’s predictions -Vietnam War -Draft -Uncertainty -McGovern -Economic concerns -Availability of jobs -The “entry generation” -Acclimation to society -Vietnam War -Blacks -1968 -1972 -Restraint -Gambling -Blacks -Whites -Balance -Institutional -Church -School -Family -Campaign tactics -Effect of campaigning on voters -1968 campaign -Advertisements -Campaign spending -Ability to spend -Article -New Deal coalition -Use of government -Racial tensions -Religious prejudice -Franklin D. Roosevelt -World War II
33 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) -Depression -Self-interest -Increase -Inflation -Government -Purpose -Civil rights -Integration -Volunteerism in South -White and black -Tolerance -Social arena -Interests -Pace -Tolerance -Blacks -Neighborhoods -President -Suburban migration -Warren, Michigan -Bel Air -Interest and concerns of the electorate in 1972 -Busing -Media view of people -Manipulation -1952 election -Eisenhower -Depression -Korean War -Economic issues -Candidates -Choice -Reading -Lives 1972 election -Lubell’s forthcoming analysis
34 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) Presentation of gifts by the President -Cuff links -Presidential seal Lubell’s advice to Presidents Polling methods and techniques -Reasons for views -Series of questions -Computers -Colson Photograph Lubell and Colson left at 6:04 pm. Lubell -Writing style compared to speaking style -Compared to Patrick J. Buchanan -Vietnam War -Economy -PRC -Soviet Union -Article -Vietnam War -Public support -Bombing -Draftees -Casualties -Cost -Number of bombs -John W. Chancellor -Effectiveness of US military action -Cease-fire -John B. Connally -POWs -Effectiviness
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The President's schedule -Press conferences -Frequency An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 6:04 pm. Request for Ronald L. Ziegler to join him The unknown person left at an unknown time before 6:23 pm. The President’s schedule -Press conferences -One topic -Announcement -October 5, 1972 -Editors -Possible press coverage -October 7, 1972, address on taxes
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Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 6:04 pm. The President’s schedule -Voting registration -Deadline Bull entered at an unknown time before 6:23 pm. Press conferences -Press relations -Quality -Tone -Vietnam
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37 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. Nov-03) Lubell -Vietnam -National mood -Change -January-February 1972 Haldeman left at 6:23 pm.