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Start Date: Wednesday, April 18, 1973 5:48 PM
End Date: Wednesday, April 18, 1973 5:58 PM
Participants:Nixon, Richard M. (President); Shultz, George P.;
Recording Device: White House Telephone
On April 18, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon and George P. Shultz talked on the telephone from 12:48 pm to 12:58 pm. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 038-099 of the White House Tapes.
Nixon Library Finding Aid:
Conversation No. 38-99 Date: April 18, 1973 Time: 12:48 pm - 12:58 pm Location: White House Telephone The President talked with George P. Shultz. [See also Conversation No. 900-18] President’s schedule -Rainer Barzel Economic Stabilization Act -Conference report -Gerald R. Ford’s reaction -Wright Patman’s actions -Effects of fight in Congress -Senate action -Rent controls -Allocation of petroleum products -Oil industry -Definition of substandard earnings -Exemption from wage controls -Health services -Food workers -Authority to withhold funds -Disclosure of cost/profit information by Cost of Living Council [COLC] -Bryce N. Harlow’s reaction -Trade secrets -Comparison with Security and Exchange Commission reports [SEC] requirements -Hearings concerning adverse wage determination -John T. Dunlop’s actions in 1972 -Ford’s feeling concerning possible vote -Price freezes -Extension for one year -Wage freezes -Senate vote -Effect on House of Representatives -58- NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. January-2011) Conversation No. 38-99 (cont’d) -Patman -Rent controls -John J. Sparkman and John G. Tower -Veto -Senate vote -Administration’s position -Ford -Business community opposition -Enforcement of provisions Emigration of Soviet Jews -Henry A. Kissinger -Most favored nation [MFN] status -Announcement -Henry M. (“Scoop”) Jackson’s reaction -Jacob K. Javits and Abraham Ribicoff -Michael J. (“Mike”) Mansfield and Hugh Scott -Summit with Soviet Union -Blame for possible cancellation -Jewish community -Jackson Economic Stabilization Act -Dunlop -Herbert Stein