Archive (Reagan Library)

Economy: Reagan letter to Thatcher (G7 summits) [declassified 2000]

Document type: Declassified documents
Venue: White House
Source: Reagan Library: NSA Head of State File (Box 35)
Editorial comments: Declassified 28 March 2000.
Importance ranking: Major
Word count: 157 words
Themes: Economic policy - theory and process, General Elections, Foreign policy (USA), MT contacts with Ronald Reagan

Declassified F96-107#205
By SMF, NARA, Date 3/28/00

The White House

June 16, 1983

Dear Margaret:

Congratulations again on your well-deserved landslide victory. I also want to thank you again for your participation at Williamsburg. I know how difficult it was to spend time out of your country during an election campaign, but your contributions to the success of the summit were significant and greatly appreciated.

During our planning for the Summit we were helped immensely by the advice and counsel both of the Canadians and French as prior Summit hosts. Similarly, I would like to offer you the assistance of our Williamsburg Summit planners. I have asked my Deputy Chief of Staff Michael Deaver to work with your officials and to be of whatever assistance you desire.

With warm regards,