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May 1963: 9-14
May 9, 1963, National Security Council (NSC) meeting on India.
May 12, 1963, meeting concerning civil rights and the situation in Birmingham, Alabama.
Meeting on Haiti, most likely held on May 13, 1963.
Meeting on NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), most likely held on May, 13, 1963.
May 13, 1963, meeting on international trade.
May 14, 1963, meeting on Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration William Orrick's impending position as Assistant Attorney General and consequential personnel moves at the Department of State.
For more complete descriptions, including full lists of participants, see individual meeting records listed in Related Records. Recordings of individual meetings have been excerpted from this Tape.
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Meetings: Tape 86. India, 9 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 86. Cuba/Civil Rights, 12 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 86. Haiti, 13 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 86. NATO, 13 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 86. International Trade, 13 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 86. William Orrick and the Department of State, 14 May 1963