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Date: 
Jul 27, 1971
Location: 
Oval Office
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Conversation No. 547-1 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 9:04 am - 9:05 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield. The President's schedule -General James D. (Don) Hughes meeting -H.R. (Bob) Haldeman Butterfield left at 9:05 am.
Conversation No. 547-2 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 9:05 am Location: Oval Office An unknown woman met with Stephen B. Bull. Spiro T. Agnew -Arrival at Andrews Air Force Base -Time Bull and the unknown woman left at 9:05 am.
Conversation No. 547-3 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: Unknown between 9:05 am and 10:35 am Location: Oval Office The President met with H.R. (Bob) Haldeman.
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The President's schedule -John B. Connally meeting -John N. Mitchell -July 28, 1971 -Spiro T. Agnew -Arrival at Andrews Air Force Base -William P. Rogers -White House -Previous trips -Compared to Vice President Nixon's Latin American trip during Eisenhower administration -John Foster Dulles -Perceptions -Compared to Henry A. Kissinger's arrival in San Clemente from Peoples Republic of China [PRC] trip -Timing of arrival -Purpose of Africa trip Agnew -Funeral of William V.S. Tubman -Meeting with the President -Use of helicopters -Rogers, Melvin R. Laird -Trip -Press reaction -Schedule -Activities, conduct -Golf -African leaders reaction -Comment about Blacks -Relations with the Secret Service -Vice President's Secret Service detail -Relations with the President's detail -Secret Service Robert S. McNamara -Job with World Bank -Candidacy -Connally -Kissinger's attitude, Rogers view
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-Connallys opinion -Bi-lateral relationship -Comparison with multilateral organization -Handling -Release of Pentagon Papers -Reaction -Barry M. Goldwater Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.) -Perception Agnew -Trip abroad -Comparison with the President -Types of events, sites visited during trip -Arrival ceremony -Handling -Patrick J. Buchanan -Compared to Harry S. Truman's attendance at funeral of Thomas J. Pendergast -Presidential succession -Agnew -Franklin D. Roosevelt, Truman
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Presidential radio speech series -Raymond K. Price, Jr., William L. Safire -Themes -Possible name for series -Frequency of speech broadcasts -1976 Bicentennial era
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-Safire -Issues covered -Steel settlement, Kansas City speech -Labor Day -Dignity of work Pentagon Papers -Douglas L. Hallet -Duties -Analysis of papers -Future tasks -Charles W. Colson -Youth effort Agnew -Arrival ceremony, July 28, 1971 -President's role -Congressional event, July 28, 1971 -Recommendations -Buchanan, John D. Ehrlichman Polls -Albert E. Sindlinger -Analysis -Ehrlichman -Colson's contacts -Louis P. Harris -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] -Effectiveness
Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
Economic group -Ehrlichman -Paul W. McCracken's comments in meeting -Connally, George P. Shultz, Peter G. Peterson, Peter M. Flanigan -McCracken -Departure from job -Other job possibilities -Federal Reserve Board -Arthur F. Burns possible actions -Herbert Stein -Shultz's attitude towards economic situation -Haldeman's conversation about Edwin L. Harper's memorandum
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-Activism -Public perceptions -Presentation -Harper analysis -Wage and price control option -Public reaction -Establishment of group -Connally, Peterson, Shultz -Flanigan, Colson, McCracken Public relations -Safire's efforts -Shultz -Economic issues -Burns -Press coverage -Haldeman, Ehrlichman, Peterson, Flanigan, Connally -Focus of efforts -Pentagon Papers -PRC initiative -Presidential leadership -Establishment of goals -White House staff -Haldeman, Ehrlichman, Colson -Kissinger Robert H. Finch -Possible job -Office of Emergency Preparedness [OEP] -Reaction
Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
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-Business offers Donald H. Rumsfeld -Mitchell -Contact -Possible meeting with the President Press conferences -Preparation of briefing book -Buchanan -Scheduling -The President's trip to New York City -Tricia Nixon Cox -Ronald L. Ziegler -Kissinger -Budget -Administrations posture Foreign relations -Effect of the US initiative towards the PRC -Press coverage -Vietnam war -New York Times article about Cambodia -South Vietnam -PRC -Kevin P. Phillips -Analysis -Orientation Radio speech preparation Declassification effort -Ehrlichman -General Services Administration [GSA] -World War II era documents -Korean war -Collection of documents for the President -Bay of Pigs -Cuban missile crisis
Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
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-Berlin -John F. Kennedy-Lyndon B. Johnson administration -Egil (Bud) Krogh, Jr.'s assignment Agnew -Arrival ceremony -Mitchell -Compared to Rogers -Attendance by Cabinet members -Rogers C. B. Morton, Rogers Budget -Approach -Shultz's views -Perception of Great Society Programs -Effect of cuts -Congress, special interest groups -Timing -Forthcoming election year -1973 -Office of Economic Opportunity [OEO] -Family Assistance Program -Unemployment -Special revenue sharing -Symbolism -Job Corps -Shultzs attitude Press coverage of President's visit to the Bohemian Grove -Press pool -Goldwater appearance precedent -Coverage -Grove members -Robert B. Semple, Jr. -Press pool -Networks, wire services -Press assignments -Ziegler Gen. James D. (Don) Hughes entered at 10:25 am.
Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
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Air Force One Presidential airplane -Name change to "Spirit of '76" -Lettering options -Handling of change Wives of prisoners of war [POWs] -Meeting with Kissinger -Vigil -Attitude Hughes left at 10:28 am. Bohemian Grove -Presidential visit -Press coverage -President's situation compared to Goldwater -Baseball game analogy -Difference from White House events -Goldwater's visit -Boat trip on river -Ziegler -Presidential advance work -Arrangements, assignment -Level of handling McCracken -Contributions -Shultz's comments on efforts -Comparison with Stein -Effectiveness as spokesman Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 10:28 am. Alfred P. Chamie's arrival for meeting Bull left at an unknown time before 10:35 am. McCracken -Perception of departure -Washington, D.C. -Stein -Burns, Connally
Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
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-Briefings, Congressional testimony Personnel -Presidents request for Haldeman to meet with Mitchell -Finch -Rumsfeld Radio speech series Haldeman left at 10:35 am. Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
Conversation No. 547-4 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 10:35 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. Press photograph of meeting -Participants -Recommendations -Ronald L. Ziegler, Charles W. Colson Bull left at 10:35 am.
Conversation No. 547-5 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 10:36 am - 1l:03 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alfred P. Chamie, Norman Conn, James B. Williams and Charles W. Colson; members of the press were present at the beginning of the meeting.
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Introductions Arrangements for photographs Conn and Williams left at 10:37 am. The Vietnam War -American Legions position -Chamies speeches -Vietnamization -Casualty figures for the preceding weeks -Public perception -US troop withdrawals -Vietnamization -South Vietnamese Army -Laos -North Vietnamese Army -Prospective settlement -South Vietnam -Upcoming elections -Opposition to Nguyen Van Thieu -US role -Duong Van (Big Minh) Minh -Chamies opinion -Possibility of a cease fire The American Legion -Tasks of the National Commander -Speaking engagements -Official travel -Chamies tour of Israel -Resolution on Israel Israel -US military support -The Suez Canal -Richard M. Helms visit -Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] report -Golda Meir The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR] -The Presidents opinion of Israelis
Conv. No. 547-3 (cont.)
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-The Suez Canal -The coup in Sudan -Egypt The American Legion -Chamies official travel -Taiwan, Republic of China [ROC] Conv. No. 547-5 (cont.) -Meeting with Chiang Kai-shek -Gen. Creighton W. Abrams, Jr., Gen. Lucius DuB. Clay, Jr. -Korea -Political influence -Philippines -Philippines -Ferdinand E. Marcos -Economic situation -Compared to the US -Belgium, Switzerland -Marcos -American Legion support -Advisors -Manila Chamber of Commerce -Economic ties with USSR -Presidents view US initiative towards the Peoples Republic of China [PRC] -Announcement -Chamies opinion -Perceptions -Effects -PRC United Nations [UN] membership -US policy towards Taiwan The American Legion -Forthcoming convention in Houston -Possibility of Presidents attendance -The President's prior commitment to attend the Veterans of Foreign Wars [VFW] convention -Resolution on the China issue PRC initiative -Kevin P. Phillips article
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-Briefing -John A. Scali, Henry A. Kissinger -Public perception -US stance -Chamie's comments to Legionnaires American Legion convention -Invitation to the President -Prior VFW commitment The US film industry -John B. Connally -Tax reform -Jack Lemmons (?) statement -Regulations -The President's California background -Efforts -Foreign films -Compared to the television industry The President's schedule -July 29, 1971 visit -American Legion's Boys Nation group -The President's afternoon Congressional event -Timing The President's PRC trip -Press entourage -Jim O'Neal of the American Legion's magazine -Accreditation on trip -Limitations on group size American Legion Convention -Possibility of the President attending -Effect Presidential gift Chamie and Colson left at 11:03 am.
Conv. No. 547-5 (cont.)
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Conversation No. 547-6 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 11:05 am - 11:32 am Location: Oval Office Conv. No. 547-5 (cont.) The President met with Ambassador Soedjatmoko and Henry A. Kissinger. Foreign relations -US-Indonesia -Recent developments -The US initiative towards the People's Republic of China [PRC] -Lt. Gen T.N.J. Suharto -Effect on the world -News summary citation -Indonesia -Internal situation -US-PRC relations -US relations with other countries -Allies -Assistance -US-Indonesian relations -Assistance -Military -Economic -Presidents view -Reassurances -PRC initiative -US relations with other countries -Japan, Indonesia -The President's background -1953 Far East trip -Assistance -Effect of initiative -The PRC, Japan -US role in the Pacific and Asian region -US policy -The Presidents view -The Indonesian concerns
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-Vietnam -Economic aid -Military role -Opening to the PRC -Future -Vietnam War -Method of settlement -Post-settlement situation -The PRC -Japan -Focus -Indonesian concerns -US role in Asia -J. William Fulbright -Michael J. (Mike) Mansfield -Assistance -Japanese defense situation -Possible changes -Nixon Doctrine -Vietnam War settlement -The PRC initiative -The President's meetings with Ambassadors -Indonesia and Southeast Asia -Rubber industry -The State Department -US action Soedjatmoko -Future plans Presidential gifts The PRC initiative -Background -The President, Kissinger -1969 World trip -The Soviet Union -Willy Brandt -US relations with the PRC and the Soviet Union Soedjatmoko left at 11:32 am.
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Soedjatmoko -Melvin R. Laird -The President's meetings with Ambassadors -Philippines US foreign relations -The PRC initiative -Perceptions in other countries -The US role in Southeast Asia and the Far East -Possible visit to Japan -Kissinger's trip -North Vietnam -Recent action -The PRC, Soviet Union -Recall of Ambassadors -The Vietnam War -Proposals for settlement -President Nguyen Van Thieu -North Vietnamese stance -Public reaction -Kissinger's secret negotiations -Possible revelation -H.R. (Bob) Haldeman's view -Timing -Recent meeting -North Vietnamese position -The PRC initiative -Proposals -Prisoners of War [POWs] -Ceasefire -Timing of revelations -William P. Rogers The State Department -Leak to William Beecher -Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty [SALT] negotiations -Rogers attitude -Alleged source -[Thomas R.] Pickering -Egil G. (Bud) Krogh, Jr.
Conv. No. 547-6 (cont.)
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-Rogers -Defense Department -Alleged leak source -Action by Laird -Rogers Leadership -Poll results -The President -Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, Edmund S. Muskie -Kissinger -Rogers -Perceptions Schedule -Kissinger -Luncheon with Dean G. Acheson -Afternoon meeting with the President Vietnam negotiations -Current status -Proposals -The POWs -Timetable US-PRC negotiations -Kissinger's next visit -Timing -Canadian official -Comments -The Vietnam War -US troop withdrawal -Thieu -Taiwan, Republic of China [ROC] -Communique -Agenda -Status of Americans -US public perceptions -POWs -Kissinger's meetings -Chinese attitude
Conv. No. 547-6 (cont.)
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-North Vietnamese -Chou En-lai -Soviets -The President -Perception -Forthcoming 1972 election -Visits to PRC by presidential candidates Conv. No. 547-6 (cont.) US foreign relations -Correspondence -Raymond K. Price, Jr. role -Rogers -Response to foreign leaders -The President's previous letter to Edward R.G. Heath -Agha Muhommad Yahya Khan -Agha Hilaly -Georges J.R. Pompidou -Willy Brandt -Chiang Kai-shek -Eisaku Sato -Suharto -Price role -Content -The PRC initiative -Effect -US role in the World -The Soviet Union -PRC -Joseph S. Farland -Role -Yahya Khan -Hilaly Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 11:32 am. The President's schedule -Mamie G. Eisenhower -John B. Connally Bull, Kissinger left at 11:50 am.
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Conversation No. 547-7 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 11:53 am - 12:03 pm Location: Oval Office Conv. No. 547-6 (cont.) The President met with Mamie G. Eisenhower, John B. Connally, Mary T. Brooks, and an unknown person; members of the press were present at the beginning of the meeting. Greetings The President's schedule -Budget meetings Oval Office -Table -Gift -Bust Arrangements for photographs -Eisenhower silver dollar -Philadelphia (mint?) -Value -Dwight D. Eisenhower Library Presentation Eisenhower silver dollar -Presentation as gifts -Heads of State -Members of Congress -First strike -Silver Presidential gifts -Compacts -Ashtray -Choices of items Brooks
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[Unintelligible] Presidential gifts -Charm bracelet -Bow pin Brooks and Connally left at an unknown time before 12:03 pm. Boat -Correspondence -Russ Mayer [Forename unknown] Smith Presidential gifts -Foreign visitors -Presentations -Tie clasps -[Dwight] David Eisenhower II, Tricia Nixon Cox -Coordination with Stephen B. Bull on gift items -Key chain Oval Office -Furnishings -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
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Rose Mary Woods White House
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[Unintelligible] The President, Mrs. Eisenhower, and the unknown person left at 12:03 pm. Conversation No. 547-8 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: Unknown between 12:03 pm and 12:15 pm Location: Oval Office An unknown man and woman entered. Schedule This recording was cut off at an unknown time before 12:15 pm. Conv. No. 547-7 (cont.)
Conversation No. 547-9 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 12:15 pm - 1:09 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with John B. Connally and Peter G. Peterson. Mamie G. Eisenhower -Dream Dreams -Recollection -The President -Abraham Lincoln -Anecdote about Cabinet meeting -Dream on night prior to assassination -Dwight D. Eisenhower -Mrs. Eisenhower -Dream The economy
21 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Strategy for planned action -Confidentiality -Compared to the US -Peoples Republic of China [PRC] initiative -The President, Connally, Peterson -George P. Shultz, Paul W. McCracken -Arthur F. Burns -Initiative -Burns attitude -Comparison with Connally, Peterson -Japan -Textile negotiations -Burns -Strategy -Gold prices -Possible action -Effect -Monetary situation -Domestic, international action -Wage-price action -Paul A. Volcker -Forthcoming meeting with Connally -Imposition of wage and price controls in the U.S. -Burns view -International situation -France -Valery Giscard D'estaing -Japan, Germany -D'estaing's remarks -Burns staff -Interpretation The economy -Options -Trade balance -June 1971 figure -April, May 1971 figures -US gold reserves -Situation -Defense of the US dollar -Gold reserve -Amount
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-Commitments -Germans, Japanese, French -Effect of action -Devaluation -Options -International Monetary Fund -Proposed Presidential letter -Dollar convertibility into gold -Fixed exchange rates -Float alternative -Effect of action -Cessation of gold convertibility -Strategy -The President's role -International situation -Effect of the PRC initiative -Consequences of US action -Leadership -Options -Import surcharge, export rebates -Wage and price controls -1972, 1973 budgets -Negotiation with Japan, Germany -US economy -Revival of vitality -Scope of action -Possible action on wage and price control -Burns -Possible statement effect -Timing of economic action -Election -Roles of administration officials -Volcker, McCracken, Peterson, Shultz -The President, Connally -Burns -Forthcoming meeting with Connally -Peterson's schedule -Republican leadership
Conv. No. 547-9 (cont.)
Peterson left at 12:40 pm.
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-Peterson -Options -Export rebates, imports -Average person's reaction -Jobs -Consideration of domestic political effect -International monetary situation -Explanation to national television audience Conv. No. 547-9 (cont.) -Timing of forthcoming speech -Source of announcement of action -The White House, the Treasury Department -The President, Connally, H.R. (Bob) Haldeman -Perceptions of the President -Foreign policy -Economy -Connally's role as Secretary of the Treasury -Source of request for television time -World Bank presidency -Robert S. McNamara -Reaction -Haldeman -Barry M. Goldwater -Pentagon Papers -The PRC initiative -Henry A. Kissinger -Possible meeting -Connally, Kissinger -The President -The State Department -Treasury Department's role -Goldwater -Relations with Kissinger -Aid -Bi-lateral, multi-lateral -Approaches -International Monetary Fund, World Bank -Foundations -Ford Foundation -International relations -Europe, Japan, Southeast Asia -Bi-lateral approach
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-Brazil, Argentina -Organization of American States [OAS -Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Honduras, Ecuador, Bolivia -Frank F. Church -Senate Foreign Relations Committee -Statement about Brazil -The PRC -US stance Conv. No. 547-9 (cont.) -Brazil -Fidel Castro -Timing of action -Balance of payments -Gold reserves -French, British action -Transactions -International Monetary Fund -September meeting -Negotiations -Federal Reserve Board vacancy -Burns conversation with Shultz -Candidates -Orientation -Jobs, inflation -McCracken -Departure from job -Replacement -Herbert Stein -Connallys view -Jews -Perceptions -Department of the Treasury -Bureau of Labor Statistics [BLS] -Administration action -Connally, Shultz -Connally's conversation with James E. Smith -Unemployment, inflation -Trends -Retail sales figures -Burns -International situation -Germans
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-Possible reaction -McCracken, Peterson meetings -Business centers -Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, New York, Philadelphia -Speech appearances -Haldeman -Regional television Conv. No. 547-9 (cont.) -Haldeman's assistance in scheduling -Campaigning orientation -Idanell (Brill) (Nellie) Connally -Burns -"Face the Nation" -Congress -Press -Charles G. (Bebe) Rebozo Connally left at 1:09 pm.
Conversation No. 547-10 Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 1:09 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez.
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Sanchez left at 1:09 pm.
Conversation No. 547-11 Conv. No. 547-9 (cont.) Date: July 27, 1971 Time: 1:10 pm - 1:37 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H.R. (Bob) Haldeman. John B. Connally -Visits to major business centers -Scheduling -Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Ohio, Philadelphia, Chicago, Illinois, St. Louis -Haldeman's role -Timing -Nationwide exposure for Connally -White House advance work assistance Mamie G. Eisenhower -White House staff -Michael Smith [The President talked with the White House operator at 1:14 pm] [Conversation No. 547-11A] [See Conversation No. 7-7] [End of telephone conversation] The President's schedule -US ambassador to Pakistan -Pakistani ambassador to the US
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An unknown man [Stephen B. Bull?] entered at an unknown time after 1:10 pm. Charles W. Colson's schedule The unknown man [Bull?] left at an unknown time before 1:37 pm. Schedule -Ambassador -Timing of meeting Bull entered at an unknown time after 1:10 pm. Colson's schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 1:37 pm. [The White House operator talked with the President at an unknown time between 1:10 pm and 1:37 pm] [Conversation No. 547-11B] [See Conversation No. 7-8] [End of telephone conversation] The President's schedule -American Legion convention -Veterans of Foreign Wars [VFW] -Timing -Texas -Colson -Surrogate speaker -Spiro T. Agnew -Connally -Speech theme -Boy's Nation appearance -July 28, 1971 -1970 schedule -Girl's Nation appearance -Format -Television -Press pool -Arrangements
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-Compared to the Future Farmers of America World Bank presidency -Robert S. McNamara -The President's conversation with Connally -Barry M. Goldwater -Henry A. Kissinger -Other candidates -George P. Shultz, William P. Rogers
Conv. No. 547-11 (cont.)
Connally -Comparison to Lyndon B. Johnson -Idanell (Brill) (Nellie) Connally -Comparison with Claudia A. (Taylor) (Lady Bird) Johnson -Exposure -Mary T. Brooks -View of Connally Eisenhower silver dollars -Cost, value -Meaning The President's schedule -Reception for American Society of Association Executives, July 27, 1971 -Photographs -Ohio trip -Canton -Professional Football Hall of Fame -Tour -Banquet Frank Stanton -Letter on the Peoples Republic of China [PRC] initiative -Response -Raymond K. Price, Jr. The President's schedule -Bohemian Grove visit -Ronald L. Ziegler -Press coverage -Arrangements
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-The President's appearance -Press coverage -Pool reporter -Wire services -Photography -Setting -Wire service representative -Helen Thomas Conv. No. 547-11 (cont.) -Pool reporter -Off-the-record remarks -Theme of proposed remarks -The President's Kansas City speech -Ziegler [Unintelligible] The President and Haldeman left at 1:37 pm.