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Historic documents of 1974 : cumulative index 1972-74

Author: Congressional Quarterly, inc.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Congressional Quarterly, ©1975.
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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Congressional Quarterly, inc.
OCLC Number: 18068423
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1050 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: January: White House papers on President Nixon's role in the milk fund and settlement of the ITT antitrust case --
Report by court-appointed tape experts on an 18 1/2 minute gap on a subpoenaed Presidential tape --
Troop disengagement agreement between Israel and Egypt --
Statement by Egil Krogh Jr. explaining the role "National Security" played as a White House rationale for the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist --
President Nixon's State of the Union message --
February: Annual economic report of the President --
President Nixon's fiscal year 1975 budget --
Annual report by the President's council on international economic policy --
Washington energy conference: communique by representatives of oil consuming nations outlining cooperative actions to ease the energy shortage --
Essay by Alexander Solzhenitsyn written shortly before he was arrested and expelled from the Soviet Union --
Impeachable offenses: contrasting views of the House Judiciary Committee Staff and of the President's lawyers --
President Nixon's news conference on Watergate and impeachment --
March: Watergate coverup indictments --
European economic community proposal for increased cooperation with Arab states --
Nixon on Watergate and resignation: excerpts from three Presidential news conferences --
Break-in indictments for the burglary of the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist, Dr. Lewis J. Fielding --
President Nixon's message to Congress on election campaign reform --
Joint statement by Arab oil producers announcing the end of the oil embargo to Western nations --
Judge John J. Sirica's decision releasing to the House Judiciary committee the Grand Jury report on President Nixon's role in the Watergate coverup. April: Report by the Congressional Joint Committee on internal revenue taxation on the adequacy of President Nixon's income tax payments --
Tape recordings from Patricia Hearst following her kidnapping by the Symbionese Liberation Army --
Speech by Algerian President Houari Boumediene on third world nations' control of important natural resources --
Supreme Court ruling on the right of parents of slain Kent State students to sue state government officials --
First official Chinese report on the alleged plot by Lin Piao to assassinate Chairman Mao Tse-tung --
President Nixon's message to Congress on foreign aid --
President Nixon's televised address announcing the release of White House transcripts of subpoenaed Presidential tape recordings --
Comparison of texts of the White House and House Judiciary Committee transcripts of White House tape recordings --
May: Supreme Court ruling on abuse of Federal wiretapping statutes by John N. Mitchell, Former Attorney General in the Nixon administration --
Statement by Former Attorney General Richard Kleindienst after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in connection with misleading testimony before a Congressional committee --
Decision by Judge Gerhard A. Gesell rejecting the use of "National Security" as a defense in the case involving the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist --
Speech by economist Arthur F. Burns on the social and political dangers of inflation --
Supreme Court decision limiting class action lawsuits --
Troop disengagement agreement between Israel and Syria --
June: Statement by Former White House Counsel Charles W. Colson after he pleaded guilty to conspiring to defame Daniel Ellsberg --
Agreements between the United States and Middle East nations signed during President Nixon's trip to the Middle East --
Supreme Court decision defining the scope of the 1966 Warren Court Miranda ruling requiring police to inform persons of their constitutional rights --
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's threat to resign --
Report by the international monetary fund on world monetary reform --
Rules against sex discrimination in education proposed by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare --
Obscenity decision by the Supreme Court limiting the power of juries to set local standards --
Supreme Court decisions on a public figure's "right-to-reply" to derogatory material printed in newspapers --
Agreement on cooperation between nations, signed by Heads of State of NATO countries --
Documents from President Nixon's state visit to the Soviet Union. July: Law expanding Congress' role in the Federal budgetary process --
Final report of the Senate Watergate committee --
Supreme Court decision ordering President Nixon to surrender subpoenaed White House tapes --
Supreme Court decision banning cross-district busing of school children to achieve racial balance --
Articles of impeachment voted upon by the House Judiciary committee --
Sentencing of defendants convicted in the case involving the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist --
August: Transcripts of tape recordings of conversations between President Nixon and aides after the June 1972 Watergate break-in indicating that the President was an early participant in the Watergate coverup --
President Nixon's resignation --
Swearing in of Gerald R. Ford as 38th President of the United States --
Nomination of Nelson A. Rockefeller as Vice President of the United States --
Final report of the House Judiciary committee on the impeachment of President Nixon --
President Ford's first news conference --
Agreement signed at the conclusion of the United Nations World Population conference --
September: Announcement of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and East Germany --
Central Intelligence Agency activity in Chile --
Ford's pardon of Former President Richard M. Nixon --
President Ford's conditional amnesty plan for Vietnam war draft evaders and military deserters --
Speeches to the United Nations by General Assembly President Abdel-aziz Bouteflika, President Ford, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko --
Senator Edward M. Kennedy's withdrawal from the 1976 Presidential race --
Reversal of the conviction of lieutenant William L. Calley Jr. for his part in the My Lai Massacre during the Vietnam War --
Economic summit: statements by President Ford and Congressional leaders. October: Expansion of U.S. relations with Poland: Joint Communique issued at the end of Polish Communist Party First Secretary Edward Gierek's visit to the United States --
President Ford's testimony before Congress on his pardon of Former President Richard M. Nixon --
Soviet Jews: letters discussing a reported compromise between the United States and the Soviet Union over Soviet-American trade and emigration of Soviet Jews, written by Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, Sen. Henry M. Jackson and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko --
November: Federal Energy Office report on "Project independence" --
Palestinian Liberation Organization Leader Yasir Arafat's address to the United Nations --
Resolutions adopted by the United Nations World Food Conference in Rome --
President Ford's trip to Japan, Korea and the Soviet Union --
December: Recession-fighting proposals set forth by President Ford in an address before the business council --
Joint Communique on renewed U.S.-French cooperation issued at the conclusion of talks between President Ford and the French President Valery Giscard D'Estaing --
Swearing-in of Nelson A. Rockefeller as the 41st Vice President of the United States --
Watergate coverup trial: documents introduced into evidence at the trial that ended in guilty verdicts for four of the five defendants.
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