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Conversation: 025-069

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Start Date: Thursday, June 15, 1972 9:46 PM

End Date: Thursday, June 15, 1972 9:54 PM

Participants:

Nixon, Richard M. (President)Milliken, William G.

Recording Device: White House Telephone

Full Tape Conversation Start Time: 02:59:55

Full Tape Conversation End Time: 03:08:23

025-069.mp3

NARA Description:

On June 15, 1972, President Richard M. Nixon and William G. Milliken talked on the telephone from 5:46 pm to 5:54 pm. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 025-069 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 25-69

Date: June 15, 1972
Time: 5:46-5:54 pm
Location: White House Telephone

The President talked with William G. Milliken.

[See Conversation No. 736-2B]

     Milliken's location

     Busing
          -Court order
          -President's conversation with John D. Ehrlichman
          -Milliken’s possible statement
                -Amendment to the Higher Education Act
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                     NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. Jan-02)     Conv. No. 25-69 (cont.)

                      -Richard G. Kleindienst's review
                -President's opinion
                -Detroit case
          -Kleindiesnt’s opinion
          -Moratorium legislation
                -President's support
          -Constitutional amendment
                -Limitations
          -Moratorium
                -Advantages
          -Higher Education legislation
                -Applicability
                -Need for national standard
          -Supreme Court
                -Schedule
                      -Busing cases
                      -Relief
          -Moratorium
                -Necessity
                      -Justice Department opinion
                -Congress
                      -Responsibility
                      -Detroit case
          -Situation in Michigan
                -Primary vote
                      -George C. Wallace
          -Moratorium
                -Advantages
          -President's opposition
          -President's moratorium legislation
          -President's position
          -Ehrlichman
                -Possible trip to Michigan