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Hours: Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 11am - 5pm

Date: June 12, 1973

Time: 4:52 pm – 5:27 pm

Location: Oval Office

The President met with Alexander M. Haig, Jr.

National economy

-Advisors’ views

-Tone

-Compared to President’s views

-Export regulation

-Possible legislation

-Export licensing

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-Trade with the enemy Act

-Export administration Act

-Secretary of Commerce

-Export licensing

-Export administration Act

-Challenges

-Congressional authority

-P.L. 480 [Public Law 480]

-Haig’s conversation with George P. Shultz

-Shultz’s views

-President’s authority

-Notification

-Possible legislation

-Justice Department study

-Possible price freeze

-Congressional relations

-Poll

-House of Representatives

-Senate

-Possible letter from President to Michael J. (“Mike”) Mansfield

-Hugh Scott

-Vote

-Administration efforts

-Public relations [PR]

-Television

-Shultz, Herbert Stein, John T. Dunlop

-Morale

-Views of Spiro T. Agnew and Peter M. Flanigan

-Possible Congressional action

-Timing

John B. Connally

-Role on White House staff

-Cabinet and Quadriad meetings

-Shultz

-Leonid I. Brezhnev dinner

-National Security Council [NSC]

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-Cabinet and Quadriad meetings

-Energy meetings

Forthcoming energy meeting

-Timing

-Melvin Payne

-William L. Horton

-Health

-Package

-Administrator

-Compared to Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI]

-Clarence M Kelley

Vietnam negotiations

-Communiqué

-Henry A. Kissinger

-Haig’s experience

-Saigon

-Election

-Haig’s recent conversation with Charles Whitehouse

Public relations [PR]

Bryce N. Harlow appointment

-Timing

John D. Ehrlichman’s letter to President, June 11, 1973

-Haig’s view

-President’s view

-Haig’s view

-Ehrlichman’s contact with Haig

-Accuracy of letter

-Criticism of Haig

-Watergate

-Haig’s conversation with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman

-Leonard Garment

-Media relations

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-Loyalty

-Possible resignations

-Agnew

-Shultz, Roy L. Ash

-Connally

-Melvin R. Laird’s appointment

-Laird

-Effect of appointment

-Haig’s conversations with Connally and Haldeman

-Ehrlichman

-Haldeman

-Lawrence M. Higby

-Judgment

-President’s schedule

-Haig’s role

-Accessibility

-Kenneth R. Cole, Jr., Tod R. Hullin

-Ronald L. Ziegler, Ash

White House staff

-Harlow

-Laird’s role

-Haig’s role

-Haig’s role

-Compared to Haldeman, Ehrlichman

-Kissinger, Laird, Harlow

-Morning meetings

-Harlow

-Ziegler

-Anne L. Armstrong, Ash

-Morning meetings

-Laird, Harlow, Ash, Ziegler, Haig, Kissinger, and Shultz

-Frequency

An unknown man entered at an unknown time after 4:52 pm.

President’s schedule

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-Barber

The unknown man left at an unknown time before 5:27 pm.

White House staff meetings

-Frequency

-Wednesdays

-Agenda

Shultz

-Forthcoming conversation with Haig

-President’s plan for national economy

-President’s confidence in Shultz

-Pragmatism

-Morale

-Iceland

-Haig’s conversation with Shultz

-Ehrlichman’s letter to President

-Relationship with Ash

White House staff

-Organization

-Cole’s relationship with Ash

-Ehrlichman’s assignment of responsibility to Ash

-Staff

-Ash

-Responsibilities

-Policy, politites

-Relations with Cole and Shultz

-Cole

-Haig’s assessment

-Possible meeting with President

-Laird’s role

Agnew

-Forthcoming meeting with President and Haig

-Previous meetings with President

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-Distortions

-President’s schedule

-Haig’s conversation with Harlow

-Laird

White House staff

-Morale

-Laird

-Possible resignations

-Cabinet

-Leaks to media

-President’s schedule

-Connally

-Kissinger

-President’s telephone calls

-Frequency

Ehrlichman’s letter to President

-J. Fred Buzhardt, Jr.

-Views concerning Garment

-John J. Wilson

-Anti-Semitism

White House staff

-Garment’s role

-Workload

-Judgment

-Haig’s view

-Connally’s

-Forthcoming conversation with Haig

-Cabinet, National Security Council [NSC], Energy

-Value

-Haig’s schedule

-Shultz’s role

-Conversations with Haig

-Frequency

-President’s schedule

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-William Clements, Laird

-President’s schedule

-Meetings

-Politics

-Farm legislation

-Shultz, Stein, Haig, and Ash

-Farmers, milk producers

-Attitudes

-President’s schedule

-Ash, Gen. Brent G. Scowcroft, Haig, Ronald L. Ziegler

-Kissinger problem

-Buzhardt

Watergate

-John W. Dean, III

-Forthcoming Ervin Committee testimony

-Conversations with President

-William O. Bittman

-Buzhardt

-After March 21, 1973

-Bittman

-Possible allegations concerning payoffs

-Allegations

-Ehrlichman

-President

-$1,000,000

-Possible duration

-Dean

-Forthcoming testimony of Ehrlichman, Haldeman and Charles W. Colson

-President

Haig left at an unknown time before 5:27 pm.

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