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Reference FCO 82/44
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Newsletters from Lord Cromer, British ambassador in USA (Folder 2) (1971)
Description Monthly, fortnightly or weekly reports sent back to London by the British ambassador, Lord Cromer, or Embassy colleagues. These cover John Lindsay's defection, John B Connally and the polarisation of US politics, changes in US politics, the US economy, strikes and industrial unrest, wage settlements, the Vietnam War, inflation, unemployment, Laos, the draft, Senator Mansfield's amendment, Henry Kissinger and diplomatic initiatives, Pentagon study on the war in Indo-China and the EEC. Terms of reference for fortnightly letter on the American scene. Lord Cromer's personal and secret letter of 3 May 1971.
Date 1971
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries China, United States, United Kingdom, Laos
Places Alaska; Asia; Britain; China; Europe; Hanoi; Japan; Laos; South East Asia; South Vietnam; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Connally, John B; Cromer, 3rd Earl of; Ellsberg, Daniel; Finch, Robert H; Greenhill, Sir Denis; Kissinger, Henry; Laird, Melvin R; Lindsay, John; McCarthy, Eugene J; McCracken, Paul; Peterson, Peter George; Reston, Scotty; Shultz, George
Topics Aid; Armed services; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers; CIA (Central Intelligence Agency); Civil rights; Communist; Congress; Council of Economic Advisers; Council of Europe; Defence; Democratic Party; Department of State; Draft; Economic policy; Economy; Elections; Environment; Hijacking; Inflation; Japanese; Lockheed; Office of Management and Budget; organisation; Pacification; Payments; Pentagon; Pentagon Papers; Price controls; Recession; Republican Party; State Department; Strikes; Supreme Court; The Nine; Trade; Treasury; troops; Unemployment; Vice President; Vietnam War; Wages; Welfare; White House; withdrawal
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