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Conversation: 007-004

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Start Date: Monday, July 26, 1971 11:49 PM

End Date: Tuesday, July 27, 1971 12:01 AM

Participants:

Nixon, Richard M. (President)Colson, Charles W.

Recording Device: White House Telephone

Full Tape Conversation Start Time: 00:05:01

Full Tape Conversation End Time: 00:16:41

007-004.mp3

NARA Description:

On July 26, 1971, President Richard M. Nixon and Charles W. Colson talked on the telephone from 7:49 pm to 8:01 pm. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 007-004 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 7-4

Date: July 26, 1971
Time: 7:49 pm - 8:01 pm
Location: White House Telephone

The President talked with Charles W. Colson.

     George P. Shultz and John B. Connally briefing
         -Capitol Hill

     House of Representatives debate
         -Rowland Evans-Robert D. Novak column, July 25, 1971
               -John B. Anderson
               -Republican liberals

     Building trades meeting in New York
          -Henry C. Cashen II
                -Peter J. Brennan (?)
                      -(Donald F.?) Rodgers (?)
                -Nelson A. Rockefeller
          -Report
          -The President's meeting with Connally
          -Report
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                            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                       Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. 10/08)



     The President's schedule
          -Golf date with George Meany
               -Labor Day
          -Radio talk by the President
          -Knights of Columbus
               -School issue

     [Unintelligible]                                            Conv. No. 7-4 (cont.)

     Poll results
           -White House
           -George Gallup
                  -Timing

     Shultz and Connally briefing
          -Meeting with Republicans
          -Colson's talk with Shultz

     Economy
         -Sales figures
              -Automobiles
                     -Washington Daily News (?)
                     -Retail sales
                          -Reasons
              -Paul W. McCracken
              -[Unintelligible]