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February 17, 1969

TELEPHONE CONVERSATION TRANSCRIPT, HENRY KISSINGER AND WILLIAM P. ROGERS

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    The Senate Foreign Relations Committee was reviewing the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty for ratification and its chairman, J. William Fulbright (D-Ark), wanted to know where Israel stood on the Treaty. Believing that the issue should be handled at the White House level, Rogers proposed a meeting with Kissinger, Laird, and CIA director Richard Helms. Agreeing to schedule a meeting, Kissinger acknowledged that the issue was also “political.”
    "Telephone Conversation Transcript, Henry Kissinger and William P. Rogers," February 17, 1969, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Richard Nixon Presidential Library. Obtained and contributed to NPIHP by William Burr and Avner Cohen. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/121093
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