This collection consists of material regarding Laura Tyson. The files contain memoranda, reports, press releases, testimony, speeches, drafts, graphs, charts, tables, correspondence, talking points, and faxes. For three years (1993-1996) Laura Tyson acted as President Clinton’s top economic advisor. During that time span she headed the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) for two years and the National Economic Council (NEC) for one year. The records here deal primarily with U.S. trade relations with Russia and Canada and trade policy in the steel sector. Detailed in nature, the talking points pertain to trade with America’s neighbor to the north and address such issues as lumber imports, possible import restrictions on peanut butter, provincial sales taxes, and disputes over beer.