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Start Date: 19-Jan-1972 2:29 PM

End Date: 19-Jan-1972 2:34 PM


Nixon, Richard M. (President)Connally, John B.

Recording Device: White House Telephone


NARA Description:

On January 19, 1972, President Richard M. Nixon and John B. Connally talked on the telephone from 2:29 pm to 2:34 pm. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 019-010 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 19-10

Date: January 19, 1972
Time: 2:29 pm - 2:34 pm
Location: White House Telephone

The President talked with John B. Connally.

[See Conversation No. 315-16]

     John B. Connally's schedule
          -Peter M. Flanigan
          -The President's forthcoming “State of the Union” speech
                -H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman
                -Request for a call from Connally

     The President's forthcoming “State of the Union” speech
          -The President's January 17, 1972 conversation with Connally
                -Edward M. Kennedy, Fred R. Harris
          -Legislative proposals
                      -William M. Magruder
          -Tone, style
          -Structure of speech
                      -Rhythm and cadence


                                       Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. 10/06)

     1972 campaign
          -The President's possible organization

         -Charles W. Colson's and Clark MacGregor's activities
              -Response by Congressmen
                   -Hugh Scott, Gerald R. Ford, Robert Dole

          -Possible White House response
          -Attack on Connally and the administration
                -Oil interests
                -Possible effect
                -Barry M. Goldwater's possible response
          -Connally's conversation with members of Congress
          -Political status

     The President's forthcoming “State of the Union” speech
          -Foreign policy section
          -Forthcoming foreign policy report
               -February 8, 1972