Secret White House Tapes

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  • President Richard M. Nixon
  • George P. Shultz
May 17, 1971
Conversation No. 3-57

Date: May 17, 1971
Time: 7:35 pm - 7:40 pm
Location: White House Telephone

The President talked with George P. Shultz.

Railroad strike
-Administration proposals
-James D. Hodgson's testimony
-Congressional hearings
-Possible outcome
-Jacob K. Javits
-Possible effect on economy
-Length
-Harley O. Staggers
-Role
-Negotiations
-Willie J. Usery
-Previous settlement
-Possible administration action
-Signalmen's union
-Possible effect on economy
-Auto industry
-Length of strike
-Steel producers
-Possible meeting of President with Signalmen's Union
-House of Representatives
-Committee action
-President's May 18, 1971 meeting with leaders
-Hearings
-Possible meeting of President and Signalmen
-House and Senate
-Possible May 18, 1971 action
-May 17, 1971 hearings
-Hodgson
-Future action
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