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On April 19, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon and American Jewish leaders, including Max M. Fisher, Jacob Stein, Charlotte Jacobson, Al E. Arent, Rabbi Israel Miller, Herman Weisman, David M. Blumburg, Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, Paul Zuckerman, Mel Dubinsky, Phillip Hoffman, Dr. William Wexler, Albert Speigel, Jerry Goodman, Yehuda Hellman, Leonard Garment, William E. Timmons, Henry A. Kissinger, and the White House photographer, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House at an unknown time between 9:31 am and 12:29 pm. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 123-001 of the White House Tapes.
|Nixon, Richard M. (President), Fisher, Max M., Stein, Jacob, Jacobson, Charlotte, Arent, Al E., Miller, Israel (Rabbi), Weisman, Herman, Blumburg, David M., Hertzberg, Arthur (Rabbi), Zuckerman, Paul, Dubinsky, Mel, Hoffman, Phillip, Wexler, William (Dr.), Speigel, Albert, Goodman, Jerry, Hellmann, Yehuda, Garment, Leonard, Timmons, William E., Kissinger, Henry A., White House photographer|
On April 20, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon and Cabinet officers and staffers, including William J. Casey, George P. Shultz, William P. Clements, Jr., Richard G. Kleindienst, Joseph T. Sneed, John C. Whitaker, Stephen A. Wakefield, Earl L. Butz, J. Philip Campbell, Frederick B. Dent, William N. Letson, Peter J. Brennan, Richard F. Schubert, Caspar W. ("Cap") Weinberger, Frank C. Carlucci, James T. Lynn, Floyd H. Hyde, Claude S. Brinegar, Egil ("Bud") Krogh, Jr., Anne L. Armstrong, George H. W. Bush, Kenneth R. Cole, Jr., David R. Gergen, John D. Ehrlichman, H. R. ("Bob") Haldeman, Raymond K. Price, Jr., William E. Timmons, Herbert Stein, Kenneth W. Clawson, and the White House photographer, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House from 8:39 am to 10:35 am. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 123-002 of the White House Tapes.
|Nixon, Richard M. (President), Cabinet officers, Casey, William J., Shultz, George P., Clements, William P., Jr., Kleindienst, Richard G., Sneed, Joseph T., Whitaker, John C., Wakefield, Stephen A., Butz, Earl L., Campbell, J. Philip, Dent, Frederick B., Letson, William N., Brennan, Peter J., Schubert, Richard F., Weinberger, Caspar W. ("Cap"), Carlucci, Frank C., III, Lynn, James T., Hyde, Floyd H., Brinegar, Claude S., Krogh, Egil ("Bud"), Jr., Armstrong, Anne L., Bush, George H. W., Cole, Kenneth R., Jr., Gergen, David R., Ehrlichman, John D., Haldeman, H. R. ("Bob"), Price, Raymond K., Jr., Timmons, William E., Stein, Herbert, Clawson, Kenneth W., White House photographer|
On May 1, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon, Spiro Agnew, William P. Rogers, and bipartisan Congressional leaders, including Dr. John A. Hannah, Michael J. ("Mike") Mansfield, Hugh Scott, J. William Fulbright, George D. Aiken, John L. McClellan, Daniel K. Inouye, Edward W. Brooke, Sam Nunn, Jesse A. Helms, Carl B. Albert, Thomas P. ("Tip") O'Neill, Jr., Gerald R. Ford, John J. McFall, Leslie C. Arends, Dr. Thomas E. ("Doc") Morgan, William S. Mailliard, George H. Mahon, Richard W. Bolling, William L. Dickinson, Roy L. Ash, William E. Timmons, Thomas C. Korologos, Max L. Friedersdorf, Gerald L. Warren, and John F. Lehman, Jr., met in the Cabinet Room of the White House from 8:33 am to 10:05 am. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 123-003 of the White House Tapes.
|Nixon, Richard M. (President), Agnew, Spiro T. (Vice President), Rogers, William P., Hannah, John A. (Dr.), Mansfield, Michael J. ("Mike"), Scott, Hugh, Fulbright, J. William, Aiken, George D., McClellan, John L., Inouye, Daniel K., Brooke, Edward W., Nunn, Sam, Helms, Jesse A., Albert, Carl B., O'Neill, Thomas P. ("Tip"), Jr., Ford, Gerald R., McFall, John J., Arends, Leslie C., Morgan, Thomas E. ("Doc") (Dr.), Mailliard, William S., Mahon, George H., Bolling, Richard W., Dickinson, William L., Ash, Roy L., Timmons, William E., Korologos, Thomas C., Friedersdorf, Max L., Warren, Gerald L., Lehman, John F., Jr.|