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August

11

1987

August 11, 1987



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Diary Entry - 08/11/1987

Tuesday, August 11, 1987

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N.S.C.—Discussed verification problems if I.N.F. treaty is signed. Our Mil. leaders believe implementation of the missiles elimination should take longer then we would like. Their point is readjusting so we have a deterrent power after missiles are gone.

After lunch I met with Joint Chiefs of Staff. Gen. Galvin gave quite a presentation of N.A.T.O. planning—very informative. Over to East Room for swearing in of Alan Greenspan as Chmn. (the 13th) of Fed. Reserve Board. V.P. swore him in—I made a welcoming speech. George S. came by for meeting on Central Am. & how we must plan to plug the plans in the Nicaragua peace agreement which are out & out loopholes for the Sandinistas. We must back the Contras. Then the longest taping session I think I’ve ever done—after Nancy put some make up on my still unhealed nose. Mermie is here.