466

Date: 
Mar 11, 1971
Location: 
Oval Office
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1 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 466-1 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 9:16 am - 9:17 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Marjorie P. Acker Rose Mary Woods schedule Acker left at 9:17 am
Conversation No. 466-2 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 9:19 am - 11:12 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield and H. R. (Bob) Haldeman Presidential letters -Ambassadors -The Presidents signature -Rose Mary Woods Butterfield left at 9:20 am Presidents schedule -John B. Connally -George P. Shultz and John D. Ehrlichman -Bryce N. Harlow -Wilbur D. Mills -Peter G. Peterson, Peter M. Flanigan, Ehrlichman, and Henry A. Kissinger -Administration strategy -Harlows meeting with Mills -Possible meeting with Mills -John W. Byrnes -Minority members of the House Ways and Means Committee
2 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Possible public statement -Legislation -Kissinger -Possible statement from President regarding textile legislation -Byrnes -Ehrlichman, Peterson, and Flanigan -Time -Ehrlichman and Shultz meeting -Possible postponement -Harlow -Byrnes -Flanigan -Kissinger [Haldeman talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 9:20 am and 9:24 am] [Conversation No. 466-2A] Flanigans meeting with President and Haldeman [End of telephone conversation] Textile negotiations with Japan -Peterson and Kissinger -Shultz -Presidents March 10, 1971 meeting [Haldeman talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 9:20 am and 9:24 am] [Conversation No. 466-2B] Ehrlichmans meeting with President and Haldeman [End of telephone conversation] -Harlow -Flanigan -Meeting of Republican Congressmen
3 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Flanigan entered at 9:24 am -Draft statement by President -Legislation -Flanigans previous meeting with industry representatives -Support for Presidents position -Mills -Possible 1972 support for President -Effect of Presidents actions -Legislation -Peterson, Kissinger, and Shultzs views -Presidents view -Presidents decision -John N. Mitchell and Maurice H. Stans views -Effect of legislation proposal -Possible 1972 effect -Possible future actions -Legislation -Quotas -Mills -1972
Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
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-Harlows meeting with Byrnes, March 10, 1971 -Byrnes forthcoming action -Possible legislation -Caucus of Ways and Means Committee -Mills
4 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Harlows previous experience -Byrnes forthcoming action Ehrlichman entered at 9:29 am -Possible speech by Byrnes -Possible meeting between President and Byrnes -Mills Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) -Harlows assessment -Strategy -Eisaku Sato -Petersons staff -Possible administration action -Legislation -Textile industry -Effect -Mills -Byrnes -Harlow -Possible statement by President -Negotiations with Japanese -Political implications -Textile industry -Stans, Harry S. Dent, Mitchell -Textile industry -Need for strong administration position -Response to continuing Japanese negotiations -Possible administration action -Administration plans -Mills -Negotiations with other countries -Legislation -Legislation -Timing -Byrnes -Mills -Previous years bill -Negotiations with three unnamed countries [Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong] -Effect on legislation -Japan -Opinion abroad -Implications
5 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Possible passage of Mills bill -Multilateral negotiations -Possible options -Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan -Kissingers view -Letters from President -A draft statement for President -Japan -Possible effect -Possible outcome -Mills possible action -Byrnes possible action -Current legislation -Mills role -Ehrlichmans view -Possible proposal by administration -Byrnes -Mills -Possible textile industry response -Draft statement -Revisions -Presidents view -Wording -Legislation -Effect -Political impact -Textile industry views -Flanigans view -Revisions -Mills -Mills and Byrnes -Textile industry -Political considerations -Byrnes -Draft statement -Legislation -Quotas -Textile industry -Draft statement -Tone -Textile industry position
Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
6 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Administration action -Legislation -Presidents statement -Message -Byrnes -Possible meeting with President -Possible speech in House Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) -Japanese proposals -Trade bills -Textile quotas -Administration timetable -Congressional schedule -Monitoring provision -Mills proposal -Presidents view -Textile industry position -Monitoring and quotas -Possible action -Administration action -Mills -Byrnes -Textile industry position -Department of Commerce role -Stans -Monitoring activities -Possible meeting with President, Byrnes, Connally, and Harlow -Timing -Statement -Presidents schedule -Peterson, Kissinger, and Shultz -Flanigan and Ehrlichmans forthcoming meeting with Byrnes -Harlow -Discussion topics -Presidents schedule -Connallys position -Ehrlichmans previous conversation with Connally -Possible outcome -Possible legislation -Connection with tariff bill -Eastern Establishment -Jacob K. Javits
7 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Possible Congressional action -Textile industry position -Presidents view -Japan -Views -Textile industry response -Mills Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) -Possible alternative proposals -Influence with Senators -Russell B. Long and Javits -Shultz and Petersons views -Japan, quotas -Presidents forthcoming letter to Sato -Content -Administrations position on legislation -Quotas -Previous legislation in Ways and Means Committee -Shultz and Petersons position -Compared to Presidents position -Possible agreement with Japan -State Department view -Indonesia Flanigan left at 10:00 am -Further action -Meeting between Ehrlichman, Peterson, Byrnes, and Harlow Ehrlichman left at an unknown time after 10:00 am Presidents schedule -Connally Textile meeting -Compared with Kissingers National Security Council [NSC] meetings -Peterson and Shultzs concerns -Free trade position -Kissingers concerns -Sato -Korea -Peoples Republic of China [PRC]
8 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Peterson -Ehrlichman -Harlow -Forthcoming meeting with Byrnes -Previous meeting with Byrnes -Ehrlichman -Views Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) Presidents schedule -Williamsburg trip -Senators and Congressmen -William B. Spong, Jr. and Harry F. Byrd, Jr. -Richard G. Kleindienst -Mitchell -Connally -A taped interview -Marya McLauglin and Fay G. Wells -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] and National Broadcasting Company [NBC] interviews -Radio interview -Preparation Presidents previous interview with Cyrus L. (Cy) Sulzberger -Effect -Publicity -Presidents statement on future wars -Small conflicts -Biafra -US role Presidents previous press conference -Dan Rathers report on Presidents credibility -Presidents note to Ronald L. Ziegler -White House News Summary -Polls -Presidents press conferences -George H. Gallup poll Presidents interview with Sulzberger -Ziegler
9 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Rathers report -Selling of domestic programs compared with Selling of the Pentagon television program -Donald H. Rumsfeld -Presidents press conference -Jeb Stuart Magruder Anti-ballistic Missile [ABM] story on CBS -CBSs response to White House response -James C. Fletcher -Retraction -Position on ABM -Previous meetings with President -Position on ABM -Daniel L. Schorrs report -Fletchers possible meeting with President -Interview with Fletcher -Walter L. Cronkite, Jr. -Zieglers statement Clark MacGregor -Relations with Congress -Effectiveness -Meeting with the President ABM story on CBS -Schorr The President left at an unknown time before 10:13 am An unknown man entered at an unknown time after 10:00 am Presidents schedule -MacGregor The unknown man left at an unknown time before 10:13 am [Haldeman talked with an unknown person at an unknown time between 10:00 am and 10:13 am] [Conversation No. 466-2C] Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
10 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Presidents schedule -Use of helicopter time [End of telephone conversation] MacGregor entered at 10:13 am -Possible meeting with Byrnes -MacGregor John O. Pastore -Thelma C. (Ryan) (Pat) Nixon -Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Tricia Nixon The President entered at an unknown time after 10:13 am Greetings MacGregors work [The President talked with an unknown person at an unknown time between 10:13 am and 10:47 am] [Conversation No. 466-2D] Presidents assent to an unknown item [End of telephone conversation] Presidents schedule -Byrnes -Williamsburg [The President talked with Kissinger at an unknown time between 10:13 am and 10:47 am] [Conversation No. 466-2E] Presidents schedule -Williamsburg -Newport Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
11 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 8 [National Security] [Duration: 3m 2s ] Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) JAPAN
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[End of telephone conversation] Congressional relations -Presidents breakfasts with Congressmen -Presidents future actions -Democrats -Long -Mills -Byrnes -Purpose -Connallys meeting with Republican Congressmen -Long -Forthcoming meeting with President -Relations with Connally -Republican Congressional leaders -Meeting with President -Gerald R. Ford -John B. Anderson -Gordon L. Allott -Problems with the Administration -Dr. James R. Schlesinger -William E. Timmons -Compared with Cabinet officers -Presidents forthcoming meetings -Long
12 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-John L. McClellan -Position on government reorganization -Committee chairmen -MacGregors forthcoming efforts -List -Potential problems -Presidents time Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) -Long -McClellan -Republicans -Congressional leaders -Howard H. Baker, Jr. -House members -Daniel H. Kuykendall -Travels on behalf of Presidents programs -Possible White House dinner -Number and organization -Possible White House breakfast -Possible Oval Office or Roosevelt Room meeting -Number of participants -Possible dinner or breakfast -Number -Possible dinner or breakfast -Reports to President -Rumsfeld -Purpose -Presidents possible trip to Capitol Hill -Frank T. Bow -Presidents possible trip to Capitol Hill -Various committees -Possible problems -Carl B. Albert -William M. Colmer -Committees -Kuykendall group -Location of meeting -Value -Connallys meeting -Presidents possible trip to Capitol Hill compared with invitation to White House -Connallys statement
13 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Rayburn House Office Building -Unannounced drop-in by the President -Presidents phone calls -Possible visit by President to Capitol Hill -Senators -Meetings with the President -Purpose Conv. No. -Barry M. Goldwaters previous meeting with President466-2 (cont.) -National Air and Space Museum -Problems -Goldwaters status -Allott -Peter H. Dominick -Senate Campaign Committee -Robert J. Dole and Mitchell -Robert C. (Bob) Wilson -Leaks from leaders meeting in Jack N. Andersons column -Dominicks concern -Hugh Scotts staff -Dominick -Importance -Dominick -Newly-elected Congressional members -Robert A. Taft, Jr. -Edward W. Brooke -Number -Goldwater -Brooke -John Sherman Cooper -George D. Aiken -Wednesday group -Position on Presidents policies -Charles McC. Mathias, Jr. -Charles H. Percy -Balance between conservative Republicans and liberal Republicans -House -Samuel L. Devine -Wednesday group of Senators and conservatives in House -Senate -Norris Cotton -John G. Tower
14 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Previous meeting with the President -Milton R. Young -North Dakota press -Presidents previous actions -North Dakota legislators -Position on revenue sharing -North Dakota newspapers -Devines conservative group -Possible meeting with the President -Number -Presidents actions -Wednesday group -Concerns -Carl T. Curtis -Karl E. Mundt -Health -Wednesday group -House supporters -Long -George H. Mahon -Mills -Albert -Appropriations committee
Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
Textile legislation -MacGregors previous meeting with House Republican leaders -Ford -Leslie C. Arends -John J. Rhodes -Byrnes -Charles R. Jonas -Rhodes view -Mills -Ford and Byrnes view -Japan -Mills Congressional relations -Compared with Cabinet relations -Compared with liaison work with youth and blacks -An event with twelve blacks [Congressional Black Caucus?]
15 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-March 23-25, 1971 -Brooke -Administration black appointees -Forthcoming meeting An unknown man entered at an unknown time after 10:13 am An unknown item -Byrnes The unknown man left at an unknown time before 10:47 am Congress -Long Vietnam -Military situation -Compared with Presidents other programs -Economy -North Vietnam Presidents programs -Democrat opposition -MacGregors March 10, 1971 discussion with members of Yale Political Union -Presidents legislative efforts -MacGregors press contacts -Public comments -Wednesday group -Forthcoming meeting with President -Timing -Presidents view -Reorganization plan -Percys position -Forthcoming meeting with the President -Vietnam troop withdrawals MacGregors schedule -[Thomas] Hale Boggs Presidents phone calls to Congressmen
Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
16 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Timmons MacGregor left and Charles W. Colson entered at 10:47 am Colsons work Presidents schedule -Forthcoming meeting on textile quotas Congressional relations -MacGregors work -Presidents meetings with Senators and Congressmen -Harlows work -Presidents meetings John A. Volpe -Camp David visit -[Forename unknown] Gray Press and Presidential availability -Public relations -Administration efforts -Speech in Congress by Baker -A tapes project at Vanderbilt University -Media coverage -Bias -Availability of tapes -Library of Congress -Doves -Baker, William E. Brock, III, Goldwater, Dominick, and others -George S. McGovern, Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield, and others -Possible showing of CBS and NBC newscasts -Three weeks prior to last press conference -Bias -Economic coverage -Press credibility -War coverage -Press credibility issue -Confidentiality issue -Administration issue
Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.)
17 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Demonstrators -Vice President Spiro T. Agnews speech, November 3, 1970 -CBS story on Fletcher -Schorr -Ziegler -Current war coverage by networks -David Brinkley of NBC, March 10, 1971 Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) -Cambodian oil refinery -Administration strategy -Long-term -Morale of Colsons staff -Rathers report -Presidents interview with Sulzberger -Timing of arrangements -Presidents previous meeting with CBS executives -Networks concerns -Regulation -William S. Paley and Frank Stanton -Equal time and fairness doctrine -Colson -Administrations position -Presidents possible meeting with NBC executives Colsons previous meeting with Louis Harris -Location -Reason -Possible assistance to Administration -Previous experience -Government contracts -Harris support for President -Possible funds to Harris -Opinion Research Corporation [ORC] polls -Possible California polls by Harris -Presidents previous memorandum -Robert H. Finchs role -Harris polls compared with ORC polls and Gallup polls -Questions -Possible work for the White House -Value -Harris polling technique compared with Gallups technique -Possible work for White House
18 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Colsons view -Harris -Harris use of polls -Gallup
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An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 10:47 am The unknown person left at an unknown time before 11:12 am
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Issues -Economy -Vietnam War -Effect on polls -Economy -February and March 1970 polls -Vietnam War -February and March 1970 polls and effect of Cambodian operation -Current polls -Effect of Laos operation -Economy -Domestic programs -Personality -Foreign policy -Presidents interview with Sulzberger -Presidents Newport speech -Future wars -Nixon Doctrine
19 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 13 [Personal Returnable] [Duration: 30s ] Conv. No. 466-2 (cont.) END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 13 ******************************************************************************
The Presidents schedule The President, Haldeman, and Colson left at 11:12 am
Conversation No. 466-3 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 11:12 am Location: Oval Office An unknown person entered Presidents schedule -John W. Byrnes The unknown person left at 11:12 am
20 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 466-4 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 11:12 am - 11:42 am Location: Oval Office An unknown man met with John W. Byrnes, John D. Ehrlichman, Clark MacGregor, Peter M. Flanigan, and Bryce N. Harlow Seating arrangements The unknown man left at an unknown time before 11:40 am Fireplace [General conversation] The President entered at an unknown time after 11:12 am Greetings Vice President Spiro T. Agnew [General conversation] An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 11:12 am Refreshment order The unknown person left at an unknown time before 11:40 am Wilbur D. Mills -Harlows work -George H. Mahon -Russell B. Long -John B. Connally -Forthcoming meeting with President -Possible White House strategy -Possible meeting with President -Handling by White House -Implication for Administration policies
21 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Foreign policy -Importance -Dealings with foreign governments -Congressional involvement
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JAPANESE TEXTILE NEGOTIATIONS
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-Dealings with foreign governments -Effect on Presidency -Administration policies -Domestic policy -Textiles -Congressional role Foreign policy and Japanese textile negotiations -Presidents role -Presidents position -Future negotiations -Japan -Great Britain -Common Market countries -Potential problems -J. William Fulbright -Byrnes role -Republican strength -Presidents view -Byrnes public statement
22 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Presidents policies -Textile industry -Presidents policies -Mills role -Republican Committee Caucus -Position on a possible statement by President -Byrnes support Conv. No. 466-4 (cont.) -Mills possible action -Dealings with Japanese -Mills position -Mills previous discussions with Japanese textile industry -Mills efforts -Quotas -Presidents view -Japanese view
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JAPANESE TEXTILE NEGOTIATIONS
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-Mills action -Presidents role -Presidents view -Byrnes possible statement -Mills -Media coverage of negotiations with textile industry -Effect -Byrnes possible speech in Congress -Possible wording
23 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Potential problems -Previous meeting with Gerald R. Ford -Possible statement by President -A statement by Congressmen for textile areas -Distribution -Mills, President, Peter G. Peterson [?] -Tariffs Conv. No. 466-4 (cont.) -Presidents view -Importance in American history -Presidents policies -Ways and Means Committee -Legislation -Possible changes -Republican strength -Administration strategy -A possible statement by Byrnes -Presidents possible statement -Byrnes role -Possible Byrnes statement on House floor -Presidents statement -Mills -Byrnes assessment of situation -Dealings with Japanese -Presidents position -Republican Committee Caucus compared with one-on-one -Compared with Long situation and Harlow -Presidents possible statement -William E. Timmons and MacGregors work -Congress -White House strategy -Byrnes role -Speech on House floor -Presidents view -Press -Ronald L. Zieglers comments -Byrnes role -Byrnes statement -Statement to White House press -Zieglers statement -Byrnes support for President -Meeting with President
24 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Time -Statement to White House press -Timing -Meeting with President -Statement to White House press -Agnew -Possible statement -Preparation -Ziegler Revenue sharing -Byrnes support for President -National Tax Foundation -Murray L. Weidenbaum Ziegler entered at 11:40 am Textile trade negotiations with Japan -Zieglers forthcoming briefing -Presidents meeting with Byrnes -Textile policy -Zieglers afternoon briefing -Purpose of Zieglers morning briefing statement -Timing of second statement -Byrnes statement to press -Byrnes role -Presidents schedule -Meeting with Byrnes -Byrnes statement -Timing -Content Byrnes, et al. left at 11:42 am
Conv. No. 466-4 (cont.)
25 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 466-5 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 11:42 am and 11:47 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez Conv. No. 466-4 (cont.) ****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 1 [Personal Returnable] [Duration: 6s ]
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The President left at an unknown time before 11:47 am
Conversation No. 466-6 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 11:42 am and 12:19 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield Presidents schedule -Gerard C. Smith -Publicity -Press -Photo by White House photographer -Scope of possible meeting -Strategic Arms Limitation Talks [SALT]
26 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Photo -Presidents meeting with Secretary of Treasury John B. Connally entered at 11:47 am Greetings Smith -Forthcoming trip to Vienna -SALT and European Security Conference -Job An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 11:47 am Refreshment order The unknown person left at an unknown time before 12:15 pm Access to President -Connally -William P. Rogers -Melvin R. Laird -John N. Mitchell -Connally -Role of Treasury Department -Cabinet officers -Presidents time -Time management -Connally -H. R. (Bob) Haldeman Agenda -Arthur F. Burns -Lockheed -DuPont brokerage case -Money supply -Burns DuPont brokerage case -Mitchell -Meeting with Connally and H. Ross Perot staffers Conv. No. 466-5 (cont.)
27 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Mort Meyerson -Call to Connally -Mitch Hall -A board meeting -Connallys calls -Burns -Mitchell -Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] -Bruce McClaren of the Treasury Department -Instructions -Possible outcome -New York Stock Exchange -Board meeting recess -Mitchell -Work with SEC -Possible action by Internal Revenue Service [IRS] -DuPont family -Possible outcome -Perot -DuPont family -Possible acquisition Lockheed -Need for government decision on loan guarantee -Connallys view -David Packard -Connallys meeting with bankers -Bank of America -Dan Hoffman -Bankers Trust -William H. Moore -Airlines position -Bankers position -Loan amounts -Government guarantee -Possible purchase of engines -Rolls-Royce -General Electric -Pratt and Whitney -Rolls-Royce -Costs
Conv. No. 466-6 (cont.)
28 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-British position -Bankers view -Hoffman -Bankers position -Engine guarantee -Government guarantee -British action -Edward R. G. Heath -Future -Government guarantee or loan -Importance -Presidents position -Impact on economy -Presidents position -Possible Congressional action -Department of Treasury -C-5A issue -Packards work at Defense -Cash position -Efforts -Future -Forthcoming meeting with President -Need for action -Congress -Government loan -Possible amount -Reconstruction Finance Corporation [RFC] -Penn-Central Railroad example -Possible administration action -RFC-type agency -Penn-Central Railroad -Possible action by banks -Congressional action -Possible legislation -Effect on banks decision -Previous bank loans to Lockheed -Amounts -Rolls-Royce -Airlines -Cash flow -Possible action by banks
Conv. No. 466-6 (cont.)
29 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Government guarantee -Presidents position -Penn-Central Railroad example -Defense considerations -C-5A -Rolls-Royce engines -Rolls-Royce engines Conv. No. 466-6 (cont.) -General Electric Engines -RFC-type agency -Instructions for Connally and Packard -Effect of company failure -Airlines -Subcontractors -McDonnell-Douglas -Presidents view -Connallys talk with Hoffman -Presidents position -Possible Congressional action -Instructions for Connally -Administration action -Effect of company failure -Economy -Connallys position -Call to Hoffman -Unions and executives wages -Pay reductions -Effect on US economy -Administration action -Presidents position -Possible effects on economy -Timing -Coordination -Defense, Treasury, Transportation Departments and Civil Aeronautics Board [CAB] -Possible effects of non-action -Subcontractors losses -Airlines losses -Banks losses -Tax losses -Authority -Connally
30 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Department of Transportation -Possible effects -Justification for action -Employment -Tax losses -Buy American -Authority for action -Defense Department -C-5A -Transportation Department -Involvement -CAB -Treasury Department -Defense Department -Funding -John D. Ehrlichmans staff -Armed Services Committee -Treasury Department -Defense Department -Contrasts -Packard -Peter M. Flanigan -Connallys role -Flanigan -Domestic Council and Defense Department -Flanigan -Forthcoming call from President -Connallys role -Packard -Possible call from President -Presidents schedule -Williamsburg -March 12, 1971 -Call from Connally Connallys schedule -Breakfast with [Name unintelligible] Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 11:47 am Presidents schedule
Conv. No. 466-6 (cont.)
31 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Lunch Sanchez left and Butterfield entered at 12:15 pm Presidents schedule -Smith photograph -Henry A. Kissinger -Connally meeting Butterfield left at 12:18 pm Connally left at 12:19 pm
Conv. No. 466-6 (cont.)
Conversation No. 466-7 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 12:22 pm - 12:24 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Gerard C. Smith and General Alexander M. Haig, Jr.; the White House photographer was present during the conversation Greetings Photograph -Signing ceremony Presidents letter -Contents -US public position -Arrival ceremony in Vienna -Instructions for US ambassador [Unintelligible] [General conversation] Strategic Arms Limitation Talks [SALT] -Prospects -Presidents view -Effect of forthcoming Party congress in Soviet Union
32 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Smith and Haig left at 12:24 pm
Conversation No. 466-8 Conv. No. 466-7 (cont.) Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 12:24 pm - 12:26 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield Presidents schedule -George P. Shultz -John B. Connally Butterfield left at 12:26 pm
Conversation No. 466-9 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 12:26 pm - 12:44 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with John B. Connally and George P. Shultz Depreciations -Utilities -Connallys position -Office of Management and Budget [OMB] position Budget -An announcement -Possible reduction of estimates of interest payments -Possible postponement -Connallys view
33 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Utilities and manufacturing investments -Administration position -Interest rates -Presidents view -David Packard Economy -Status -Confidence -Lockheed -Presidents position Budget -Change in estimates Interest rates -Chase Manhattan Banks prime rate -Arthur F. Burns Budget -Connally and Shultzs view -Cushion in estimates -Social Security increase -Senate action -Effect on budget -Burns previous testimony -Potential problems -Conflicting positions -Congress -Figures -Revenue sharing -Congress -Social Security -Burns -Quadriad meeting -Changes in position -1973 budget -Tax cut -Balanced budget -Importance
34 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Presidents schedule -Williamsburg Welfare reforms -Shultzs role -Administration proposals -Income -Time -Ronald W. Reagans experience in California -Social Security Connallys previous breakfast with [Name unintelligible] -Discussion on budget -Tax reforms International monetary system -Forthcoming meeting between Connally and President -Balance of Payments -Outflows -West German currency -Effect on dollar Budget -Presidents possible meeting with [Name unintelligible] -Connallys view -[Unintelligible] -Burns position -Effect on Administration proposals -Connally and Shultz -Taxes -Options -Briefing paper -Instructions to Connally and Shultz -Connallys forthcoming call to Peter M. Flanigan The President, Connally, and Shultz left at 12:44 pm
Conv. No. 466-9 (cont.)
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Conversation No. 466-10 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 12:44 pm and 12:46 pm Location: Oval Office Alexander P. Butterfield and unknown person(s) entered Conv. No. 466-9 (cont.) Presidents location Location of unidentified item The President entered at an unknown time after 12:44 pm Presidents schedule The President, Butterfield, and the unknown person(s) left at 12:46 pm
Conversation No. 466-11 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 12:46 pm and 12:48 pm Location: Oval Office Unknown people met
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The unknown people left at an unknown time before 12:48 pm
Conversation No. 466-12 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 4:00 pm - 4:55 pm Location: Oval Office Conv. No. 466-11 (cont.)
The President met with H. R. (Bob) Haldeman and Henry A. Kissinger Vietnam -Casualty figures Textile trade negotiations with Japan -Presidents message to Eisaku Sato -A Message to the Japanese ambassador -Timing -Tone -Kissingers draft -U. Alexis Johnsons view -Presidents previous letters to Sato -Tone -Wilbur D. Mills
37 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
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TEXTILE TRADE NEGOTIATIONS WITH JAPAN
Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.)
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Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 4:00 pm Weather -Effect on Kissingers forthcoming trip -Presidents possible trip to Florida -Camp David Sanchez left at an unknown time before 4:14 pm Textile trade negotiations with Japan -John N. Mitchells previous conversation with President -Free trade advocates -George P. Shultz -Peter G. Peterson -State Department -Kissingers position -Mills -Effect on Japanese proposal -Effect on US position
38 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
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TEXTILE TRADE NEGOTIATIONS WITH JAPAN
Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.)
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-Sato -Japanese -Compared with British -Sato -Presidents view -Previous policy -Japanese ambassador -Statement regarding negotiations with Peter M. Flanigan Laotian operation (Lam Son) -Casualty figures -Military situation -Weather -General Alexander M. Haig, Jr.s forthcoming trip -I Corps -Kissingers conversations with Melvin R. Laird and Admiral Thomas H. Moorer -Laos compared Cambodia operations -Casualties -Captured weapons -Materiel -Weapons and ammunition -Transportation -Military action -Presidents view -Timing
39 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Duration -Dangers -Compared with Russians, Bosnians, Austrians, and Battle of the Bulge -World War II -Kissingers conversations with [Name unintelligible] -A book on German Army -Erich F. W. Ludendorff and [Forename unknown] Hoffman Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.) -Battle of Tannenberg [Stbark] [?] -[Forename unknown] Von Schwanslof -Ludendorff -Hoffman -Forthcoming Presidential announcement, April 7, 1971 -Troop withdrawals -Presidents view -Kissingers view Ronald L. Ziegler entered at 4:14 pm Presidents schedule -Meeting with John W. Byrnes regarding textiles -Byrnes statement -Previous meeting with the President -Possible photograph with President -Forthcoming meeting with women members of the press -Transcript -Use of microphone -Possible use of stenographer -Zieglers possible presence -Constance M. (Cornell) (Connie) Stuart -Presidents previous interview with Cyrus L. (Cy) Sulzberger -Zieglers possible presence -Use of microphone -Transcript -Women of press -Williamsburg speech -Publicity Ziegler left at 4:16 pm -Williamsburg appearance
40 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Press -Change in attitude -Presidents previous press conference -Laotian operation -Tchepone -Thomas W. Bradens remarks Laos operation (Lam Son) -Withdrawal -Timing -Public relations -South Vietnamese capabilities -Presidents view Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.)
Vietnam -US efforts -Negotiated agreement -Effect of military action -South Vietnamese future -US troop withdrawal announcement in April -Possible settlement -Public opinion -Effect of military action -Timing -April announcement -Scope of announcement -Haldemans view -Future announcements -Draft -Soviet summit -Draftees -Effect -US military strength -Volunteers -[Dwight] David Eisenhower, IIs graduation -Presidents forthcoming speech Laotian operation (Lam Son) -Presidents concerns -South Vietnamese forces -Withdrawal
41 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-South Vietnamese election -General Nguyen Van Thieu -Military situation -Effect of weather -Intelligence -Effect of US troops -North Vietnamese troop actions -Casualties -B-52 Strikes -Losses -Targets -Weather conditions -Effects -South Vietnamese army -Kissingers view Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 4:16 pm Presidents schedule -Meeting with Byrnes -Photographer, Ziegler Bull left at an unknown time before 4:28 pm Vietnam -North Vietnamese military situation -Lyndon B. Johnsons actions -Effect on history -Nixons Presidency -US troop withdrawal -White House News Summary -London Daily Telegraph -Presidents policies -Peregrine Worsthorne Presidents previous interview with Sulzberger -Television coverage -John A. Scali -Probability of future nuclear war -Presidents view -US
Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.)
42 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Presidents comments -Joseph W. Alsops response -Press response -Reasons -New York Times -Dan Rathers view -Presidents press conference -Timing of interview -Sulzberger
Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.)
Byrnes and Ziegler entered at 4:28 pm; the White House photographer was present for the conversation Photograph Congress Byrnes forthcoming statement -Byrnes previous meeting with the President -White House staff preparation Byrnes and Ziegler left at 4:29 pm Textiles -Byrnes -Mills -Republican opposition -Possible Democrat opposition -Congressmen Strategic Arms Limitation Talks [SALT] -Soviet Union -Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Gerard C. Smith -Soviet Unions position -US proposal -Anti-ballistic Missiles [ABM] -Soviet Unions offer -Possible US response -National Security Council [NSC] meeting -Laird -Dobrynin
43 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson -Jacksons position -Forthcoming meeting with Kissinger
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Demonstrators -Cambodia -Bombings -Kent State University -Flanigan -White House demonstrators Laos operation (:am Son) -Effect -North Vietnamese -Military delays -Army of the Republic of South Vietnam [ARVN] -Casualties -Network coverage -North Vietnamese military situation -US military action -Bombing ****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 7 [National Security] [Duration: 2m 56s ]
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MIDDLE EAST
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Kissinger left at 4:40 pm Presidents Williamsburg appearance -Press response -Crowds -Demonstrators -Number -An arrest by police -Need for force -Speech -Length -Pace -Content
45 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Warren E. Burger -William L. Safire -Pace -Safire -Length -Delivery -Beginning -Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. reference -Contents -Tom C. Clarks speech -Linwood Holton -Speaking style -Presidents delivery -Safire -Pace -Length of Presidents speech -Price -Openings -Greetings -Speechwriters -Safires work Presidents forthcoming interview with women journalists -Content -Ziegler -Stuart Presidents Williamsburg appearance -Coverage -Safire -Ziegler -Importance -Press presence -Safire Polls -Charles W. Colson -Possible action by Haldeman regarding Louis Harris -Colson -Possible contracts
Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.)
46 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 8 [Personal Returnable] [Duration: 32s ] Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.) END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 8 ****************************************************************************** -Release of current Harris poll -Colson -Timing -Presidents press conference -Lag time -Bryce N. Harlow -Effect of Presidents November 3, 1969 speech -Effect of Presidents previous press conference -Effect of Cambodian operation -Effect of television network criticism -Post-1970 election -George H. Gallup poll -Effect of television coverage Vietnam -US troop withdrawals -Forthcoming announcement -Timing -Presidents forthcoming speech to editors -Coverage -Laos -Presidents use of charts in announcement -Cambodia -Laos -Casualties Haldeman left at 4:55 pm
47 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 466-13 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 4:55 pm and 5:18 pm Location: Oval Office Conv. No. 466-12 (cont.) The President met with Ronald L. Ziegler Presidents forthcoming interview with women journalists -Setting of microphones -Ground rules -Contents -Thelma C. (Ryan) (Pat) Nixons birthday -First Ladies -Women in politics -Release of transcript to other women reporters -A book [?] -Setting up of equipment Manolo Sanchez and unknown people [technicians] entered at an unknown time after 4:55 pm [Unintelligible] Sanchez left at an unknown time before 5:18 pm Presidents forthcoming interview with women journalists -Setting up of equipment The President and Ziegler left at an unknown time before 5:18 pm
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The unknown people [technicians] left at an unknown time before 5:18 pm
Conv. No. 466-13 (cont.) Conversation No. 466-14 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 4:55 pm and 5:18 pm Location: Oval Office Unknown men [Stephen B. Bull and Ronald L. Ziegler?] entered Presidents forthcoming interview -Attendance -Seating arrangements A photocopy of an unknown item The unknown men [Bull and Ziegler?] left at an unknown time before 5:18 pm
Conversation No. 466-15 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 5:18 pm - 6:17 pm Location: Oval Office Ronald L. Ziegler met with Frances Lewine, Helen A. Thomas, Sarah Booth Conroy, Betty Beale, Wauhillau LaHay, Claire Crawford, Louise Hutchinson, Marya McLaughlin, and Fay G. Wells [General conversation] Seating
49 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
The President entered at an unknown time after 5:18 pm Greetings Fire in fireplace -Presidents previous meeting with Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] executives -Frank Stanton -Recollection of meeting with chairman of United States Information Agency advisory board -Fireplaces in White House Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 5:18 pm Refreshment orders Sanchez left at an unknown time before 6:17 pm Coffee -Sanchezs ability -President and Thelma C. (Ryan) (Pat) Nixons preferences -Special blend The White House photographer entered at an unknown time after 5:18 pm Photo arrangements The photographer left at an unknown time before 6:17 pm Coffee -Mrs. Nixons preferences -Special blend and equipment Tea -Americans ability to make tea Diet -President -Compared with men in public life -Women -Cholesterol -Importance
50 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Dwight D. Eisenhowers heart attack -Presidents doctors advice -Eggs -Low-fat diet -Presidents food preferences -Presidents mothers cooking -Mrs. Nixons cooking -Head of State dinners Mrs. Nixon -Stamina -Weight -At first meeting -Currently -Dress size -Presidents purchases in Hong Kong and Paris -Appearance -Food preferences President -Food preferences -Todays schedule -Meeting with John B. Connally and George P. Shultz -Williamsburg appearance -Lunch -Sanchez -Connallys comment Mrs. Nixon -Appearance -Stamina -Public activities -Health -Compared with Presidents -Schedule -Stamina -Early life -Family -College -Effect -Family
Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.)
51 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Advice to youth Mrs. Nixon -Influence on household -Influence on Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Tricia Nixon -Influence of early life Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.) President -Goals for daughters -Law school experience -Work in library at Duke University -Effect -A quote by Mrs. Nixon -Family -Edward C. Nixon -Presidents father and mother -Time with daughters Mrs. Nixon as First Lady -Compared with Nixon as President -Interest in privacy -Beach at San Clemente -Window shopping in New York -[Name unintelligible] -Opportunities of position -Meeting people -Receiving lines -Volunteer activities -Trips -Peru -With President -1953 trip -Asia -Childrens homes -Hospitals -As hostess of White House -Role -Travel -Press reports -Effect abroad
52 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Effect of 1953 trip Changes between 1960 and 1968 -Wisdom of age -Presidents time spent with Cox and J. N. Eisenhower J. N. Eisenhower -Activities Cox -Public events -CBS tour of White House -Campaign appearances Daughters -Similarities and differences -Similarities to grandparents -Similarities to President and Mrs. Nixon Mrs. Nixon -Birthday gift -Birthday celebration date -Nickname -Family background -Given name -Birth date -Father -Nickname for Mrs. Nixon -Mothers death -Name -Birth date, day of celebration -March 16, 1971 party -March 17, 1971 Head of State dinner -Ireland -Entertainment -Time with President -Camp David -Presidents schedule -Bowling -Walking -Florida and California
Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.)
53 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Walking -Golf -Camp David and Florida -Family friends -Personal friends -Roger E. Johnson -Charles G. (Bebe) Rebozo -Robert H. Abplanalp -Consultation with President Womens liberation -[Dwight] David Eisenhower, II
Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.)
World leaders and wives -Presidents State Department briefing books -Biographical sketches -Importance of wives -Public compared with private influence -Charles A. J. M. de Gaulle -Yvonne (Vendroux) de Gaulles influence on policy -[Anna] Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt -Presidents wartime experience -E. Roosevelts visit to Tontoua base in New Caledonia -Presidents impression -Lou (Henry) Hoover -Presidents previous meeting -Presidents membership on board of Whittier College -Compared with Herbert C. Hoover -Bess (Wallace) Truman -Presidents previous visit with the Trumans -Truman piano -Influence on Harry S Truman -Mamie G. D. Eisenhower -Compared with D. D. Eisenhower -Presidents form of address of Eisenhowers -Formality Familys influence on President -Mrs. Nixon and daughters -Role -Compared with White House staff as critics
54 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Press influence on President -Presidents view -Daniel L. Schorr story on Anti-ballistic Missile [ABM] -Inaccuracy -CBS -National Broadcasting Company [NBC] -American Broadcasting Company [ABC] -Schorrs story on ABM -Presidents attitude Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy and wives
Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.)
Children in White House -Mrs. Nixon -Sensitivity -Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy [Onassis] and childrens visit to White House -Thomas story -Alice Roosevelt Longworth -Presidents form of address -Kennedy children -President, Mrs. Nixon, J. N. Eisenhower, and Cox Mrs. Nixon Family dogs -King Timahoe, Pasha, Daisy -King -Sanchez -Limitations First Ladies -Claudia A. (Taylor) (Lady Bird) Johnson -E. Roosevelt, L. Hoover, B. Truman, M. G. D. Eisenhower, C. A. Johnson, J. L. B. Kennedy, Mrs. Nixon -Influence on husbands Y. de Gaulle C. A. Johnson -Beautification work
55 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Mrs. Nixon -Travels abroad -Volunteer activities -A dinner, March 18, 1971 C. A. Johnson -Beautification work First Ladies -Impact on President -L. Hoover, E. Roosevelt, B. Truman -Impact on husbands -Role Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:18 pm [Unintelligible] Bull left at an unknown time before 6:17 pm First Ladies -Influence of wives -[J. L. B.?] Kennedy Mrs. Nixon -Privacy -Fondness for water -Privacy -Walks on beach in California -Appearance -Compared with President -Privacy -New York and California Life in White House -Mrs. Nixon, J. N. Eisenhower, Cox -President -Presidents view -Work -Needs -Time to read and think
Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.)
56 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-A recommendation to Congress -Presidents trip to Williamsburg -Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt -Time for leisure activities -Congressmen and politicians An unknown man entered at an unknown time after 5:18 pm Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.) Presidents schedule The unknown man left at an unknown time before 6:17 pm President -Nomination as Vice President -Ambitions in Congress for President -Response to D. D. Eisenhowers nomination -Thomas E. Dewey Mrs. Nixon -Positions on issues -Public comments -Compared with J. N. Eisenhower and Cox -Compared with Presidents positions -Discussions with President [General conversation] Presidents morning habits Refreshments Lewine, et al. left at 6:17 pm
Conversation No. 466-16 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 6:17 pm - 6:20 pm Location: Oval Office
57 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield [Unintelligible] Photographs to sign Presidents schedule -Ronald L. Ziegler [Unintelligible] Photograph -Frances Lewine -Angle -Focus Another photograph -Faces -[Forename unknown] Percy -Eyes Butterfield left at 6:20 pm Conversation No. 466-17 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 6:20 pm - 6:25 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Ronald L. Ziegler Presidents previous interview -Possible release of a transcript -Presidents view -Reason -Possible playing of a tape -Presidents view -Possible release of a transcript -Possible playing of a tape -Ground rules Conv. No. 466-15 (cont.)
58 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Other reporters -Possible transcript -Note taking -Possible release of a transcript -Reason -Format -Playing of a tape -Reporters note taking compared with White House release of transcript Ziegler left at 6:25 pm
Conversation No. 466-18 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:25 pm and 6:35 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield Presidents schedule -John M. (Jack) Lynch visit -Thelma C. (Ryan) (Pat) Nixons plans -Forthcoming Head of State visit -Arrival ceremony -Logistics -Mrs. Nixons plans -Questions -Constance M. (Cornell) (Connie) Stuart -Ambassadors in Yellow Oval Room Rose Mary Woods entered at an unknown time after 6:25 pm Tapes Woods left at an unknown time before 6:35 pm Presidents schedule -Head of State dinner for Lynch
59 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Yellow Oval Room -Emil (Bus), Jr. and Patricia R. Mosbacher -Ambassadors -Vice President Spiro T. and Elinor I. (Judefind) Agnew -Guests in East Room -Receiving line -President and Mrs. Nixon, Prime Minister and Mairin (OConnor) Lynch, Conv. No. 466-18 (cont.) Tricia Nixon and Edward R. F. Cox, Howard E., Jr. and Anne C. B. (Finch) Cox -A March 16, 1971 Cabinet meeting -Reports on trips abroad -George W. Romney on revenue sharing -John D. Ehrlichman Forthcoming dinner with the Vice President -Cabinet officers -Robert J. Dole -Blair House -Date -Business leaders dinner -Maurice H. Stans Butterfield left at an unknown time before 6:35 pm
Conversation No. 466-19 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:25 pm and 6:35 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Rose Mary Woods Wording of an unknown item Woods left at an unknown time before 6:35 pm
60 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 466-20 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 6:35 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with the White House operator Thelma C. (Ryan) (Pat) Nixon
Conversation No. 466-21 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 6:35 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with the White House operator Tricia Nixon
Conversation No. 466-22 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: 6:35 pm - 6:36 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with Tricia Nixon ****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 1 [Personal Returnable] [Duration: 16s ]
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Conversation No. 466-23 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:41 pm and 6:44 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with Warren E. Burger Burgers advice National Conference on the Judiciary -Presidents speech [?] -Legal reforms -County, city action -John Marshall descendants -Virginia Presidents -Virginia background Burgers support Conversation No. 466-24 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:44 pm and 6:48 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with the White House operator John B. Connally
62 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 466-25 Date: March 11, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:48 pm and 7:17 pm Location: Oval Office The President talked with John B. Connally [Conversation No. 466-25A] Presidents previous meeting with Connally regarding textiles -Presidents trip to Williamsburg -Possible future meeting H. R. (Bob) Haldeman entered at 6:50 pm Presidents schedule Lockheed -Presidents view -Connallys role -Peter M. Flanigan Textiles and Japan -John W. Byrnes
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US TEXTILE TRADE NEGOTIATIONS WITH JAPAN
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-Congress
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Conv. No. 466-25 (cont.)
US TEXTILE TRADE NEGOTIATIONS WITH JAPAN
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An unknown man -Compared with Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson Textiles and Japan -A March 11, 1971 action -Presidents forthcoming call to Flanigan [End of telephone conversation] Flanigan [The President talked with the White House operator at 6:53 pm] [Conversation No. 466-25B] Call to Flanigan [End of telephone conversation] Presidents schedule -Trip to Newport, Rhode Island -Rhode Island Senators -John H. Chafee
64 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Claiborne Pell -John O. Pastore -Chafee -George Horkan -Herbert F. DeSimone -John S. D. Eisenhower Conv. No. 466-25 (cont.) An unknown person and King Timahoe [Presidents dog] entered at an unknown time after 6:53 pm [The President talked with an unknown person at an unknown time between 6:53 pm and 6:55 pm] [Conversation No. 466-25C] Presidents assent to an unknown item [End of telephone conversation] Lockheed -Flanigan and Connally -Presidents instructions [The President talked with Mrs. Nixon between 6:55 pm and 6:56 pm] [Conversation No. 466-25D]
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[End of telephone conversation]
65 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Lockheed -Flanigan and Connally -Connallys role -Flanigans role -Rolls-Royce -Peter G. Peterson -Domestic Council -Defense Department -Presidents instructions -Flanigan -Connally -David Packard National Conference on the Judiciary -Call from Warren E. Burger -Response to Presidents speech by judges -Presidents policies -John N. Mitchell
Conv. No. 466-25 (cont.)
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Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 6:56 pm Sanchez and King Timahoe [Presidents dog] left at an unknown time before 7:04 pm
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Presidents schedule -Williamsburg speech -Other speeches
66 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Effectiveness -Meetings with Congressmen -Clark MacGregor -Allocation of time -Domestic policy initiatives -Speeches -Effectiveness -Williamsburg Conv. No. 466-25 (cont.) -Nebraska -[Thomas] Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars -Kansas -Iowa state legislature -As method of communication -Speechwriters -Impact -John Quincy and Louisa C. (Johnson) Adams portrait remarks -Wilson Center speech -National Prayer Breakfast remarks -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] ratings -Frank Stanton -John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Presidents interviews -Timing [The President talked with Flanigan between 7:04 pm and 7:05 pm] [Conversation No. 466-25E] Lockheed -Connally -Flanigans forthcoming call -Presidents previous meeting with Connally -Future -British -The Presidents decision -Flanigans role -Peterson -British -Domestic Council -Defense Department -John A. Volpe -Connallys meetings with bankers and Packard
67 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Flanigans role -Forthcoming call from Flanigan to Connally -Government loan -Amount -Congressional approval [End of telephone conversation] Conv. No. 466-25 (cont.) Ronald L. Ziegler entered at 7:05 pm William P. Rogers -Previous call to Ziegler -Possible forthcoming press conference -Forthcoming Congressional testimony -Possible forthcoming press conference -Date -Presidents schedule Presidents interview with women of the press -Length -Content Ziegler left at an unknown time before 7:17 pm -Betty Beale -Womens liberation -Interviewers Presidents televised interview -Ratings compared with Kennedy and Johnson -Timing Presidents schedule -Speeches -Effectiveness -Impact -Presidents view -Presidents appearances -Connallys view -Press -Television
68 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Influence -Presidents appearances -White House response -Frequency of appearances -Types of appearances -Presidents schedule -Impact Conv. No. 466-25 (cont.) -Presidents view -Raymond K. Price, Jr.s view -Compared with Franklin D. Roosevelt and Dwight D. Eisenhower eras -Compared with Kennedy, Johnson, and Eisenhower eras -Televised appearances -Importance -Speeches -Press conferences -Frequency [The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 7:05 pm and 7:17 pm] [Conversation No. 466-25F] Call to Packard [End of telephone conversation] Presidents schedule -Allocation of time -Need for time to think -Need for time for decisions Recording was cut off at an unknown time before 7:17 pm