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  • Asia, 1962-1966, Vol. I," Box 40 10e report "Instructions for Ball's Mission"; ~~itieeel 1!9i dup. #49, NSF, Flies of Harold Saunders, "South Asia, 1962-1966, Preface," Box 40 some SQflftiwrion e/1G/n. Ji1" NLJ/AAC rt· 't 10f memo Robert Komer
  • Robert B. Anderson to Cairo as his special personal representative on May 30. Following discussion with Anderson, President Nasser informed Johnson of the United Arab Republic's determination to defend itself against any aggression "with all our means
  • a pretty coherent picture. November 1963. You saw Bhutto twice while he was here for President Kennedy 1 s funeral, the second time to ::-eceive a note from Ayub. You told him you were " a friend of Pakistan and would try to continue to be one if Pakistan
  • gotten. That is why we have answered this ag­ gression with action. America’s course is not precipitate. Am erica’s course is not w ithout long provocation. For 10 years three American Presidents— President Eisenhower, President Kennedy, and your present
  • e d d urin g th e ten u re in o f f i c e o f John F i t z g e r a l d Kennedy, and r e s i d e s at t h i s v e r y moment in Lyndon B a in es Johnson a t th e White House — power which i s v e r y s i m i l a r , e x c e p t fo r th e g eo g ra p h
  • e b lo - p p . 4 2 , 45, and 105. THE GULF OF TONKIN, THE 1964 INCIDENTS HEARING BEFORE TH E COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS UNITED STATES SENATE NINETIETH CONGRESS SECOND SESSION W IT H THE HONORABLE ROBERT S. McNAMARA, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
  • Treaty Organization (NATO) alliance, 1966-1967; Kennedy Round Crisis, AprilJune 1967, concerning multilateral trade negotiations; Gold Crisis, November 1967-March 1968; and the 1968 Balance of Payments Program. The final subseries concerns negotiations