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Diary Entry of Harry S. Truman

The Congressional leaders were called to the Executive Office for conference. It was agreed that the long term plan for European recovery would not be sent to the Congress until the Bill for Interim Aid and the Appropriation had been passed. It was also agreed that Congress would not adjourn until the long time plan was recieved [sic] by them. A very pleasant meeting.
Foreign aid, International relations, Legislators
National Archives and Records Administration
Part of:
1947, Diaries Files
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