282. Editorial Note

In a 15-page report to the President on November 25, 1968, the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board reviewed the highlights of its activities since its establishment on May 4, 1961, summarized 11 significant areas of progress to which PFIAB had made an important contribution, and provided current views on selected long-term intelligence problems deemed worthy of continuing attention. Chairman Maxwell Taylor presented the report to President Johnson on January 6, 1969. For text, see Foreign Relations, 1964–1968, volume X, Document 222.