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Date: 
Jun 16, 1971
Location: 
Oval Office
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1 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Conversation No. 523-1 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: Unknown between 2:15 pm and 2:58 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with an unknown person.
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The unknown person left at an unknown time before 2:58 pm.
Conversation No. 523-2 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: 2:58 pm - 3:41 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Ronald L. Ziegler. Oliver F. (Ollie) Atkins tribute -Attendance Ziegler left and Rose Mary Woods entered at 2:59 pm.
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Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.)
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Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 2:59 pm. Schedule -Henry A. Kissinger
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Kissinger entered at 3:02 pm. Bull and Woods left at 3:03 pm. Pentagon Papers -Kissinger call from Joseph A. Califano, Jr. -Califano's support for President over Pentagon Papers -Concern over precedent -Focus on real issue -Support for Lyndon B. Johnson's policies
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-John K. Kennedy's policy on Vietnam -Commitment of troops -Number of troops -Use in Rochester speech Upcoming meeting with Indian Foreign Minister (Swaran Singh) -Sympathy -Firmness -Report to Indira Gandhi
Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.)
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INDIA AND PAKISTAN
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-Refugee support for India -The Presidents comments -Joseph J. Sisco knowledge -Source of recommendation -Amount of funds -Source of money -Pakistan -Indonesia -Turkey -Repayments -Credit for aid
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INDIA AND PAKISTAN
Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.)
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-Kenneth B. Keating efforts -Media attention Pandering to left wing press -Willy Brandt toast -Vietnam reference -Reference by "other German" to US Vietnam policy -Brandt -Comparison with other German leaders Bull entered at an unknown time after 3:03 pm. Schedule -Length of upcoming meeting -Other appointments
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INDIA/PAKISTAN
Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.)
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US-India relations -Economic needs of India -Refugee problems -Socio-economic tension -Refugees -Indian concerns -Problems -Possible political settlement -Negotiations -Indian objectives in subcontinent -Mrs. Gandhi -Bangladesh (East Pakistan) -Chances of Independence -Historical background -Resolution of conflict -India's interests -Position of neutrality -Indian Ambassador to US -Skill -Effect on US -Role of Keating -Contact with President -Keatings concern -President's awareness of problem -Poverty -Instability -India's concerns -Population problems
Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.)
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INDIA AND PAKISTAN
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****************************************************************************** -US course of action -Financial assistance for India -US problems -Legal problems -Other needs -US commitment Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.) -Supplemental money -Long range money -Return of refugees -Seriousness of problem -Keating role -Indian Ambassador's role -Need for effective US action -US involvement in "internal" problems -Methods of diplomacy -Reduction of rhetoric -Financial assistance -Practical US action -Appreciation of US support -Immediacy of problem -International responsibilities -Use of financial assistance -Effect of "buying" a solution -Return to "old" problem Bull entered at an unknown time after 3:08 pm. Presidents schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 3:41 pm. US-India relations -Bangladesh -Refugees
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS -INDIA-PAKISTAN
Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.)
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US-India relations -Presidents previous visits to Delhi -Problem solving in India -Drought possibility -Keating reportage -Past droughts -Secretary of Agriculture Comments -Effect of rain Political Stability
Singh, et al. left at 3:41 pm.
Conversation No. 523-3 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: Unknown between 3:41 pm and 3:43 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. Return of Henry A. Kissinger
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Bull left at an unknown time before 3:43 pm. Conversation No. 523-4 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: Unknown between 3:41 pm and 4:30 pm Location: Oval Office Conv. No. 523-2 (cont.) The President met with Stephen B. Bull. Presidents schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 3:43 pm. Henry A. Kissinger entered at 3:43 pm. President's previous of meeting with Indian Foreign Minister
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INDIA
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-Financial assistance -Embassy recommendations -Timing -French and German aid -Willy Brandt comments -Soviet Union contribution -Criteria for aid
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-Money compared with statements
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INDIA
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-Left wing conspiracy -Greece -Pakistan -Scope -Russia and Czechoslovakia -Effect Nixon image among international leaders Willy Brandt -Concern with India-Pakistan problem -Brandt remarks on US role -Hypothetical statements by the President -Mexico -Nicaragua -Poland -Czechoslovakia -Inappropriateness -Kissingers meeting with Egon Bahr -Registration of complaints -Bahr reaction -Contact with opposition political figures -Hubert H. Humphrey
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-Left wingers -Socialists -D. Kenneth Rush Bull entered at an unknown time after 3:43 pm. President's schedule -Upcoming meeting with Charles Bluhdorn Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.) Bull left at an unknown time before 3:51 pm. Brandt -Rushs view -Role in social Democratic Party -Christian Democratic Party status -Berlin agreement -Effect on Brandt political prospects -Nature of agreement -US interests Financial arrangement to help India -Question put by President to Indian Foreign Minister -Aid from Germany and France -Joseph J. Sisco comment -Worldwide perception of US
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS
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German politics -1969 Election -Free Democrats Diplomatic meetings -Kenneth B. Keating Joseph J. Sisco Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.) Charles Bluhdorn, John D. Ehrlichman, Peter G. Peterson and Bull entered and Kissinger left at 3:51 pm; the White House photographer was present at the beginning of the meeting. Greetings Bull left at an unknown time after 3:51 pm.
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Peterson and Bluhdorn introduction Joaquin Balaguer letter -Receipt by Bluhdorn -Translation -Request for delivery to President Dominican Republic -Gulf and western interest -Sugar company acquisition -Dominican Republic turmoil in early period -Cuba involvement -Fidel Castro -Lyndon B. Johnson
13 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Losses -Changes in Dominican operations -Progress -Bluhdorn meeting with Balaguer -Defense of free enterprise system -Balaguer -Castro -John Yanyelli [?] visit to Dominican Republic Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.) -Transformation of Dominican Republic -Cigar Output -Compared to Cuba -Soviet Union -Gulf and Western involvements -Cigar manufacturing -Automotive parts plant -General Motors [GM] role -Ford role -Henry Ford II -Hotel construction -Railroads -Airport -Automotive line -James M. Roche -Ford -Yanyelli [?] -Balaguer support for US and Nixon -Comparison with support of Castro for Leonid I. Brezhnev Latin America -Chile -Peru -Bolivia -Gulf and Western concerns -Sugar situation -Expropriation -Expropriation act -Compensation -US competition with Germany and Japan -Japanese government and industry cooperation -Richard W. McLaren -Dominican Republic -Effect of drop in US competitiveness
14 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Dominican Republic situation -Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Julius L. Katz -Comments to House of Representatives -Retaliation against expropriation -Neville Chamberlain -Katz -Need for respect for US abroad -Destruction of Monroe Doctrine -Soviet Union -Subversive elements -Reason for Balaguer letter -Sugar quotas -Latin America countries -African quotas -Possible effect -Pride in America -Bluhdorn Harvard speech -Pete Williams -Logic of retaliation -US achievement in Caribbean -Fidel Castro -Bluhdorn travels in Ukraine -Bluhdorn talk with Soviet Union Generals -Johnson -Aleksei N. Kosygin comments -Czechoslovakia -Poverty in Ukraine -Motion picture production -Sergei Bondarchuk, Director of Film -Background -Situation in Ukraine -Achievements in Dominican Republic Expropriations -Expropriation Bill in House of Representatives -Punishment of friends -Peru expropriation actions -Need for US competitiveness -Opening of Japanese markets -Business perspective -Balaguer -Effect of bill on other countries
Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.)
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-Nature of House's action -Katz -Response to State Department pressure -Presidents recommendations -Foreign lobbyists actions Sugar -Reduction of sugar quotas -Sugar cuts on other countries -Effect on domestic manufacturers -Questionable increases -Administration view Bull entered at an unknown time after 3:51 pm. Presidents schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 4:28 pm. Sugar -Reduction of quotas -Mexico -Brazil -Presidents view -Support for the Dominican Republic -State Departments view -Position towards other countries -Peru -Bolivia -Chile -Mexico -Brazil -African countries -Sugar lobby -Effect -Brazil and the Dominican Republic -State Department position -The Presidents view -Treatment of expropriating countries -Peru -Bolivia
Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.)
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-Chile -African countries role -Sugar production -Problems -European concern -David D. Newsom Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.) ****************************************************************************** BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 6 [National Security] [Duration: 8s ]
AFRICA
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-Expropriation and relationship to Export-Import Bank loans -Senate and House efforts -Executive leverage -Effect of lobbyists -"Handling" of State Department -Appreciation of President's help -State Department compared with Congress -Expropriation problems -John B. Connally -Peterson and Connally efforts -Other countries and expropriation -Compensation problem -Effect on investment -Connally -Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries [OPEC] and US liability -Message from President to Dominican Republic President Balaguer -US position -Congressional activities
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Peterson left at 4:28 pm. Presentation of gifts -Cuff links -Gifts for wife -Wedding of Edward R.F. Cox and Tricia Nixon Cox Conv. No. 523-4 (cont.) Bluhdorn and John D. Ehrlichman left at 4:29 pm. Conversation No. 523-8 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: 4:29 pm - 4:30 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. Presidents schedule The President and Alexander P. Butterfield left before 4:30 pm. Item for President Butterfield left at an unknown time before 4:30 pm.
Conversation No. 523-5 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm Location: Oval Office Alexander P. Butterfield, John M. O'Neill, Melville Stephens and Charles W. Colson met. The President entered at an unknown time after 4:30 pm. Introductions -Oliver F. (Ollie) Atkins
18 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-John F. Kerry Attendance at meeting -Henry A. Kissinger Stephen B. Bull and Butterfield left at 4:31 pm. Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 4:31 pm. Refreshments Sanchez left at an unknown time before 5:15 pm. Vietnam -Polls on peace terms -Prisoners of War [POWs] -Characteristics of Americans -Nature of war in Vietnam -Media created attitudes -Condition of soldiers -Morality of government -Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy -Fashionable attitudes -Result of war's end -Reasons for criticism -Result of support for administration -US record in Vietnam -Presentation of Medals of Honor -Background -Treatment on talk shows -Dick Cavett -Scope of service -Kerry -Military -O'Neills educational background -US Naval Academy, Annapolis -Time frame -Vietnam Veterans for a Just Peace -Membership -Reasons for criticism -"War crimes" talk -Possibility of negotiated settlement
19 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Prospects -Reasons -Congressional role -Effect on talk prospects -Anti-war votes -David K.E. Bruce -Confidence of American people -ONeills appraisal of President's standing -O'Neill's family -Background -Role of the President -Constraints -Critics of President -Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy -Hubert H. Humphrey -George S. McGovern -Edmund S. Muskie -Constraints -Nixons criticism of earlier policy -Use of air power -Overall implication of Vietnam -Effect on superpower relations -US and Europe -US and Soviet Union -US and Peoples Republic of China [PRC] -US prestige -O'Neill schedule -Speech to anti-war rally -Kerry -Effect -Passage of resolution -Margin -Public mood -Need for truth -Washington news -American Broadcasting Company [ABC] -Lack of consistency -Need for balance -Reception for O'Neill speech -Mayors of major cities -Results of ending war
Conv. No. 523-5 (cont.)
20 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Increase in funds for cities -Geopolitics -Kerry -Facing of problem -Regarding problem solving -Geopolitical problems -Problems of cities -Looking inward -Effect -Spokesmen for America -Presidents appreciation for ONeills efforts -Media -Eastern establishment -Yale -Kingman Brewster, Jr. -Kissinger analysis of political climate -Neville Chamberlain and Munich Agreement -Public perception of Chamberlain -Reflection in polls -Change -Replacement by Winston S. Churchill -Presidential leadership -Necessity -Polls -Cambodia -Comparison with Laos -Rationale -Press reaction -Military results -Casualty comparisons -Rationale -Presence in Cambodia -ONeills experiences -Impressions at the time -Military rationale -Effect on North Vietnamese -Scope of operations -Bombing -Background -Effect -Attacks on Haiphong
Conv. No. 523-5 (cont.)
21 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Attacks on dikes -Effect -POW's -O'Neil recollections -Object of attack -Enemy jungle "Pentagon" -Objective -Use of "Pentagon" term in briefing -Supply caches -Casualty reduction -Laos operation -Results of US actions -Deterrence of North Vietnamese offensive Kissinger entered at 4:58 pm. Introductions Vietnam -ONeills efforts -Appearance on the Dick Cavett Show -Psychological analysis -Kerry -Audience response -Editing from tape -ONeills comments -ONeills demeanor -Survival of America -Kissingers view -Need for truth -National reaction -O'Neill -Travels around US -Popular opinion -Exit from Vietnam -Demonstrators -Kerry -US history -Last election -Vietnamization -Vietnam veterans
Conv. No. 523-5 (cont.)
22 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Class reactions Pentagon Papers -New York Times -Perception of average man -Necessity of confidentiality -Effect on foreign affairs -Necessity of prosecution -Impact on government President's appreciation of O'Neills efforts -Morality of critics -[Unintelligible names] -New York City -Future -Attitude President's handling of press conferences -Use of laughter Presentation of gifts -Cuff links -Tie bar -Golf ball [The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 4:30 pm and 5:10 pm] [Conversation No. 523-5A] [See Conversation No. 5-93] Expressions of appreciation An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 4:30 pm. Request for copy of Whitaker Chambers's book Witness The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 5:10 pm. Call from Egon Bahr to Kissinger
Conv. No. 523-5 (cont.)
23 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Nature of relations [Rose Mary Woods talked with the President at 5:10 pm] [Conversation No. 523-5B] [See Conversation No. 5-94] Conv. No. 523-5 (cont.) Alger Hiss case -Chambers's testimony -Hiss/Chambers friendship -Effect on "duty" -Hiss communist affiliation -Application to O'Neill efforts -North Vietnamese -Domestic critics -Support for war -Need for maximum effort -Play to win attitude -Pandering to the crowd -Eastern establishment -Media -Media composition -Education -Morality O'Neill, Stephen, and Colson left at an unknown time before 5:15 pm. West German and US relations -German comments to press -Willy Brandt -US role in German defense -Berlin -Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield Amendment -Muskie -Humphrey -Margin of Kurt Kiesinger loss in German election O'Neill meeting -John F. Kerry -O'Neill age
24 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-O'Neill qualifications Mood of nation -End of war -Strength of US Kissinger left at 5:15 pm. Conv. No. 523-5 (cont.)
Conversation No. 523-6 Date: June 16, 1971 Time: 5:16 pm - 6:05 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H.R. (Bob) Haldeman. Drug policy -TV message -Timing -Radio message -Ronald L. Ziegler -Content -Focus on President's action -Need for drug message -Format -Ziegler's role Pentagon Papers -Patrick J. Buchanan [The President talked to an unknown person at an unknown time between 5:16 pm and 5:23 pm] [Conversation No. 523-6A] -Request for Ziegler [End of telephone conversation]
25 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Pentagon Papers -New York Times -Buchanan statement -Domestic Council -Presidential statement -Henry A. Kissinger's role -Kissinger's schedule -Conversation with Egon Bahr
Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.)
[Haldeman talked with an unknown person at an unknown time between 5:16 pm and 5:23 pm] [Conversation No. 523-6B] Status of Kissinger and John D. Ehrlichman statement [End of telephone conversation] Charles Bluhdorn -Meeting with President -Ehrlichman -Need for meeting -Bluhdorn objective -Dominican Republic sugar quota -Campaign contributions -President's role -Basis Anti-war votes in Congress -George S. McGovern-Mark O. Hatfield Amendment -Terms -McGovern and Hatfield strategy -Results -Vote -Preliminary Ziegler entered at 5:23 pm. -Final vote from William E. Timmons -Vote breakdown Pentagon Papers -Statement -Possibilities
26 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Necessity -Relation to McGovern-Hatfield Amendment -Press release -Content -Wind down of war -Alexander P. Butterfield Drug speech -Expectations -Format -Content -Timing Kissinger entered at 5:24 pm. Outcome of McGovern-Hatfield Amendment Pentagon Papers -Necessity of statement -Press reaction -Henry Brandon call to Kissinger -Press reaction to handling of classified data -Stewart J.O. Alsop story in Newsweek -Cuban missile crisis -Use of Cabinet Room quote -New York Times reaction -President's use of quote -Timing -Effectiveness -Alsops reaction -Buchanan statement -John F. Kennedy material publication -Administration leak -Alexander M. Haig Jr. -Rowland Evans column -Brandon -Alsop -James B. (Scotty) Reston responsibility Kissinger meeting with Bahr -Willy Brandt Remarks Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.)
27 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Perception -Vietnam -Pakistan -Comparison to Mexican President's remarks -Background Kissinger left at 5:30 pm. Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.) Pentagon Papers -Statement by President -Zieglers view Drug statement -Television appearance -Background -Domestic Council -Supporters for statement -Content of statement -Timing Larry Higby entered at an unknown time after 5:30 pm. Schedule Higby left at an unknown time before 5:46 pm. Drug Statement -Television appearance -Radio message -Location of delivery -Energy message -Content -Personal statement -Format -Length -Content -President's role -Appointment -Dr. Jerome H. Jaffe -Office increase -Spending
28 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Enforcement -Rehabilitation -Buchanan effort -Content Pentagon Papers -Statement by President -Assessment of evening news -Roger E. Johnson -Charles W. Colson's office -William P. Rogers statement -Robert C. Mardian -Rogers -Ehrlichman and Attorney General preparation -Statement by President -Content -President's statement -Format -Timing -Benefits of delay -Congress -Effectiveness of attack -Lyndon B. Johnson's supporters -Kissinger's role -Call from Joseph A. Califano, Jr. -Clark M. Clifford statement -William H. Sullivan -Mood of public -Mishandling of classified data -Publication of verbatim text -June 16 story in New York Times -El Paso gas -Algeria problem -Peter G. Peterson order from President -African desk at Department of State -The French -Publication of verbatim text -Story of breaking Japanese code -Chicago Sun Times publication -Precedent -Robert T. Mardian
Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.)
29 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Pearl Harbor precedent -Department of Defense [DOD] -Jewish reporters -Feeling for Franklin D. Roosevelt -Times -Necessity for action -Mardian Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.) Ziegler left at 5:46 pm. Terry McGinnity -Forthcoming visit to Washington Pentagon Papers -Administration action West Point news story -Move of former office to Sweden -Background Presidents meeting with John M. O'Neill and Melville Stephens -Age of participants -O'Neill background -Naval Academy -Colson role -Qualifications Agricultural problems -Drought -Programs Domestic Council -Drugs Pentagon Papers -Ehrlichman efforts -Need for coordination -Staff competence -Institutional framework -Ehrlichman and George P. Shultz focus -Issue importance -Florida barge canal
30 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Ehrlichman's role President's schedule -Shultz -Congressional leaders meeting, June 17 -Timing -Bipartisan nature -Kennedy -Edmund S. Muskie Domestic issues -Environment -Health -Poll results -Health as an issue -Other issues -Vietnam -Economics -Drug addiction -Race relations -Crime and lawlessness -International problems -Youth protest and unrest -Poverty and welfare -Methodology -Other issues -Pollution and ecology -Religion and moral delay -Education Rose Mary Woods entered at an unknown time after 5:46 pm.
Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.)
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Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.)
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Rose Mary Woods left at an unknown time before 6:05 pm. Drug statement -Length -Content -Suggestions -Necessity of statement -Content -Penalties to drug producers -Death penalty -Suspension of aid to producing countries -Emphasis on enforcement -Need for emphasis on treatment and rehabilitation -Jaffes role -Recent statements -Ties to future statements -American Medical Association [AMA] speech -AMA speech -Preparation -President's schedule -Length -Noel C. Koch material -Education emphasis -Challenge to AMA -Blue ribbon panel -Contact with Jaffe An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 5:46 pm.
32 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Item for President The unknown person left at an unknown time before 6:05 pm. AMA speech -Health comments versus drug comments -Other comments by President -Jaycees -Youth communication and education -Role of doctors -Education President's schedule -Visit to small farm town -Junior Historical Society (?) The President and Haldeman left at 6:05 pm.
Conv. No. 523-6 (cont.)
Conversation No. 523-7 Date: Unknown between June 16 and June 17, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:05 pm, June 16 and 7:55 am, June 17, 1971 Location: Oval Office Unknown people met at an unknown time after 6:05 pm. [Unintelligible] Unknown people left at an unknown time before 7:55 am on June 17, 1971.