64. Memorandum from Smith to National Security Council, November 1
Presidential statement on nuclear testing. Attached is a proposed Presidential statement. No classification marking. 3 pp. Seaborg, Journal, Vol. 2, pp. 350–352.
65. Paper, November 2
“Foster Panel Plan for General and Complete Disarmament.” Confidential. 3 pp. National Defense University, Taylor Papers, Disarmament.
66. Notes on National Security Council Meeting, November 2
Resumption of testing, evaluation of Soviet nuclear program, neutron bomb status, test sites, and review of Presidential statement. Top Secret. 4 pp. Johnson Library, Vice President’s National Security File, NSC Documents, Testing.
67. Telegram 1139 to USUN, November 4
Guidance for next five-power meeting on disarmament. Confidential. 2 pp. Department of State, Central Files, 600.0012/10–2661.
68. Telegram 1241 to USUN, November 14
Western strategy for countering Soviet tactics at U.N. Confidential. 6 pp. Department of State, Central Files, 600.0012/11–961.
69. Memorandum from Battle to Bundy, November 17
Conveys a suggested letter from President Kennedy to Macmillan on atmospheric nuclear tests. Also attached is copy of the President’s November 21 letter to Macmillan. Top Secret. 6 pp. Department of State, Presidential Correspondence: Lot 66 D 204, Kennedy–Macmillan, 1960–1962.
70. Notes on Telephone Conversation between Rusk and Stevenson, November 30
General Assembly resolutions and current state of play. No classification marking. 1 p. Department of State, Rusk Files, Lot 72 D 192, Telephone Conversations.