25. Editorial Note

On April 16, 1964, the National Security Council met to discuss U.S. trade relations with the Soviet Union and the East European Communist countries. For text of the summary record of the meeting and McGeorge Bundy’s April 14 briefing memorandum for the President, see Foreign Relations, 1964–1968, volume IX, Documents 153 and 154. For comprehensive documentation on East-West trade for 1964–1968, including the report of the President’s Task Force on Foreign Economic Policy and material on the report of the Special Committee on U.S. Trade Relations with East European Countries and the Soviet Union, see ibid., Documents 148 196. The records of the Special Committee on U.S. Trade Relations with East European Countries and the Soviet Union, also known as the Miller Committee, are in the Johnson Library, National Security File, Committee File, Boxes 16–25.