(Lists of Contents and attachments for all submissions listed; here are included unless they are redundant or obviously unnecessary.)
1) two-page statement to Senator Edward Kennedy, dated August 28, 1986; with attached copy of information page about "The Vancouver Centennial Peace and Disarmament Symposium".
2) copy of the February 28, 1986 statement to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, President Ronald Reagan, and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
3) three-page statement to President Ronald Reagan, dated August, 1986; with attached copy of the July 28, 1986 Newsweek column by Meg Greenfield titled "Why Nothing Is 'Wrong' Anymore"'.
4) copies of statements sent to Bishop Desmond Tutu on April 23, 1986.
5) copy of the May 5, 1986 statement to President Jimmy Carter.
6) copy of the May 10, 1986 statement to the Globe and Mail's Norman Webster.
7) copy of the June 24, 1986 statement to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.
8) copy of the June 30, 1986 statement to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
9) copy of the June 20, 1986 statement to South Africa Ambassador to Canada Glenn Babb.
10) copy of the July 5, 1986 statement to Mr. Basil Freeman of "The Southern Africa Action Coalition".
11) copy of the July 29, I986 statement to the Honourable Ms. Pat Carney.
12) copy of the July 30, 1986 statement to Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
13) copy of the August 1, 1986 statement to Mr. Ian Gill of "The Centre for Investigative Journalism".
14) copy of the August 7, 1986 statement to the Honourable Ms. Pat Carney.
15) copy of the August 16, 1986 statement to UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY-GENERAL Javier Perez de Cuellar and COMMONWEALTH SECRETARY-GENERAL Sir Shridath Ramphal.
16) copy of the August 22, 1986 statement to the HonourabIe Ms. Pat Carney.
17) copy of the August 26, 1986 statement to the Honourable Ms. Pat Carney.
18) copy of the August, 1986 statement to Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev.
19) copy of the August, 1986 statement to "The Arab League"'s Clovis Maksoud.
20) copy of the September 9, 1986 statement to Mr. Tom Brokaw, NBC News.
Senator Kennedy: I wish i could afford registered letters presently to
Presidents Carter, Ford, and Nixon, but i simply can't. It's going to be
very difficult to afford the ones right now which the enclosures indicate
should be sent unless i hear from Ottawa.
May i ask you to see that Jimmy Carter gets copies of these enclosures and that you ask him and Ronald Reagan both to see the others get ones?
"Washington has retreated into a surreal world where values are so reversed that fantasy is fact, evasion is honesty and irresponsibility is a cause for pride."21) one-page "off-the-record" statement to Senator Kennedy, dated August 27, 1986.—political analyst Horace Busby, quoted in the September 1, 1986 Time column by Hugh Sidey, "Colliding with Realities".
correspondence copies (beyond those included as attachments to enclosures):