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Enlist the help of known trustworthy persons Establish a simple communication and action net Draw up a workable plan

Insure that all participants clearly understand the organization, theme and method of approach Implement early pre-planned actions (firet 48 hours




Barrage of wires and Ietters to the President received at the White House


-Publicity given to support for the President by


spokesmen (Governors, Senators and Re,presentatives, Mayors and county officials, business leaders, and officials of veteran and patriotic organizations) Support by newspaper columns and editorials,

" and by radio and TV commentary

(offices, homr-.s, automobile bumpere and winclr -i-! shields, iapel pins, etc. )r graclually increaaing display of porch lights and automobile headlights during daylight hours, and beginning of series of patriol.ic rallir:s.; thloughout the counlry 1


Sopport given by Administration spokesmen via public appearances, TV interviews,, etc.


Release of statistics of Callup (telephone) poll


Resolutions of support by various organizatione (IocaI pubiicity) .::r1., l:

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(Possibly) Congressional letters of support


Full-page ad in the 100 leading newspapers(Nov (Safire-Pe rot)


Implement later pre-planned actions (Novernber 5:16)

Pro-Administration ads directed at critical Senators and Representatives ... run in their

home town and home state newspapers (Nov



Ful1-page ad in the 100 1eading newspapers (Nov (Pe rot)


(Possibly) Day of Prayer and Concern for U. S. Prisoners of War . . . by Congressional resolution


Publicity given to interviews of pOW wives in their unanimous support of the presidentts plan for peace National Unity W'eek begins (Nov I0) ...,increased, display of U. S. FIag, auto-and porch lights, bumper stic ke rs, r s . and lapel lanel pins oins Series of short TV spots throughout the week t-_.\ speech and pointing toward one-hour TV spectacular at the end of the week


Distribution of RNCrs


Nationr.vide rr-ra.rch of pr:licemen and firemen . . .

in support of the President (Nov t0)


Veterans Day (Nov l1) .. . armistice ceremonies nationwide ... Washington, D. C. freedom raliy ... patriotic rallies and speeches elsewhere . . . release of the Presidentre Veterana Day meBsage iiii

Continuation of wires and letters to the president at the lffhite Housei public pronouncements of support by Governors, Mayors, Congressmen, Administration spokesmen, etc.




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'Circulation of State Department and RNC reprints of the Presidentre, speech . .. in booklet form Press confefence held by Justice Department re character of New Mobilization Committee leadership

Publicity given to support for the President by COP leaders at Des Moines meeting Publicity given to Apollo XII launch and associated activitie


Groups bused in to'W'ashington, D. C. f rom surrounding states to show support for the Presidentrs peace crusade while New Mobilization Committeers activities are in progress

Publicity given to the Presidentrs peace crusade via loudspeaker at all NCAA footbali games nationwide and via radio and TV commentary to listeners and viewers of NCAA games tr.u1}-page ad (Pe


in the 100 leading newspapers (Nov I6)


One-hour TV spectacular (Nov t5) Announcement of Volkswagon mail motorcade which will bring letters of support to the President from West to East .. . and from the Capitol steps to the W'hite House


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