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April 30, 1981
In the office until 2:30. Spent the last 90 mins. meeting individually with a group of Congressmen—Repubs. who are doubtful about the budget cuts. One happy note—Peggy Heckler who really has a problem—she’s being re-districted (Mass. loses 2 rep’s.) and may find herself contending with a lib. Demo. opened her meeting by announcing she was going to vote for our program. She has a due bill on me (and I told her) she can call on me for election help. This morning the committee for remembering the Holocaust met in the East Room for what is to be an annual April ceremony in remembrance of the Holocaust. It was very moving. Six survivors of Belsen & Auschwitz lit the 6 commemorative candles. An N.S.C. meeting devoted mainly to charting our course—a double track course of getting N.A.T.O. agreement on installing Theatre Nuc. weapons and opening arms limitation talks with the Soviets. This latter is most important politically to our allies. Spent evening at home watching Patti on the Merv Griffin Show.