Carlyle E. Maw papers, 1925-1979 (bulk 1969-1979).

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Carlyle E. Maw papers, 1925-1979 (bulk 1969-1979).

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, briefing books, legal files, printed matter, and other papers chiefly concerning Maw's work for Henry Kissinger as legal adviser and undersecretary of state for security assistance in the State Department. Subjects include Kissinger's Middle East shuttle diplomacy in 1974 and the disengagement agreements between Israel and Egypt and Israel and Syria; the wiretapping of members of the staff of the National Security Council and journalists between 1969 and 1971 along with Morton H. Halperin's related lawsuit against Kissinger; and legal topics including antitrust and international law. Also documents Maw's studies at Harvard Law School and his work with the United States Council of the International Chamber of Commerce.

7,000 items.20 containers plus 7 classified.10.6 linear feet.

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