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November 05, 1982
An easy day for some reason—except for the 1 1⁄2 hours I spent in the dentist chair having my choppers cleaned. Before that an N.S.C. meeting then a meeting with Jeanne Kirkpatrick. Jeanne says the U.N. is a miserable place. I thought she was about to resign—but no she’ll stay with it. Expressed a thought though that deserves real consideration. We’re the only major country that dispenses aid on the basis of need instead of using it to reward friends. We therefore have no voting block in the U.N. beholden to us & loyal. The DeBolts came in—they now have an agency promoting the adoption of handicapped children—something they’ve been doing for years. They have 14 at the present time all races, all manner of ailments. Lunch with Nancy & Bill Buckley—then to the desk for the whole afternoon answering mail.