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March

22

1984

March 22, 1984



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Diary Entry - 03/22/1984

Thursday, March 22, 1984

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A chill windy day but still an outdoor full dress ceremony for Pres. Mitterand (France). Everything went well. We had an hours meeting in the Cabinet Room. I probed him about the Soviet U. His views were most informative & confirmed some thoughts I’ve been having. Geo. B. & I had our usual Thurs. lunch. Then I met with the speechwriters re a planned nat. address on foreign policy. Sec. Bill Clark checked in with a report on progress we’re making in calming the normal hysteria of our more extreme environmentalists. Then 3 Costa Ricans brought in a stack of petitions signed by 10% or more of their total population—300,000. They were obtained in 1 1⁄2 weeks by a group formed just for that purpose. They were to tell me thanks for what I’ve been doing and that they hope I’ll be Pres. for another term. I was very touched. Tonite the Mitterand State Dinner.