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May 1963: 17-21
May 17, 1963, meeting on the Middle East.
May 20, 1963, meeting concerning North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) force requirements, the Multilateral Force (MLF), and NATO financing.
Brief May 20, 1963, meeting about the issues and negotiations pertaining to the upcoming General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) Conference.
May 20, 1963, meeting providing an overview on civil rights legislative proposals (accommodations, schools, federal jobs).
May 20, 1963, meeting on steps that might be taken to aid India, including a defense commitment by the United States.
May 21, 1963, meeting with the President’s Committee on Equal Opportunity in Housing.
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 88. Arms Limitation/Israel, 17 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 88. NATO, 20 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 88. GATT, 20 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 88. Civil Rights Legislation, 20 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 88. India/T.T. Krishamachari, 20 May 1963
Meetings: Tape 88. President's Commission on Equal Opportunity in Housing/Birmingham, 21 May 1963
Visit of new members of the President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in Housing, 5:10PM