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March

02

1984

March 02, 1984



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Diary Entry - 03/02/1984

Friday, March 2, 1984

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Wasn’t the longest day but it got to be the busiest. It got busy beginning with the N.S.P.G. meeting in the situation room. This had to do with several pieces of legis. we’re putting together to enable us to have a program for anti-terrorism. Then Nancy & I went to lunch in the St. Dining room with about 100 or so elected Women Repub. officials. They were from the North East. It was another of Maureens project & was most successful. Rest of day (almost) was in the residence—a meeting with Geo. S. on some St. Dept. personnele changes. Then Cap joined us to report on his visit with P.M. Thatcher. She’s forgiven us completely for Grenada. Then into the Treaty Room for a top level & secret meeting with Ambas. Hartman (Moscow) Bill Casey, Bud McF., Geo. B., Mike & Jim & Gen. Vessey. Subject was a plan to move into communications with the Soviets. I’m convinced the time has come for me to meet with Chernenko along about July. We’re going to start with some ministerial level meetings on a number of substantive matters that have been on ice since the KAL 700 shoot down. Then Howard Baker brought a group of Senators up on the School Prayer Amendment which will hit the Floor Mon. We have a chance. And finally—dinner with the Conservative Pol. Action Committee. This was the 8th time in 10 yrs. I’ve addressed this annual affair.