Prime Ministerial Private Office files
Economic Policy: President Reagan letter to MT (Williamsburg Economic Summit) ["Since this is the first time that we have sought to avoid a pre-negotiated communique, I wanted to lay out for you, in some detail, how I envision... our discussions... May I stress that this paper is merely a point of departure, not a formal agenda... a successful Summit requires... flexibility"] [declassified Aug 2013]
|Document type:||Declassified documents|
|Source:||PREM19/1008 f272 T59/83|
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|Themes:||Economic policy - theory and process, Monetary policy, Public spending & borrowing, Trade, Energy, Foreign policy (USA), Foreign policy (USSR & successor states), Foreign policy (development, aid, etc), Foreign policy (International organizations), MT contacts with Ronald Reagan, British relations with the US, British relations with the Soviet Union, MT messages to and from world leaders|
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