Leonard Freel Woodcock (1911-2001) Handwritten Note On Dealing With President Nixon Enemies Typescript, "Leonard Woodcock, 3/9/94", 1 pg, 8.5 x 11, was President of the United Auto Workers and the first US ambassador to the People's Republic of China after being the last Chief of the US Liaison Office in Beijing. Woodcock appeared on Nixon's enemies list at #9 while he was UAW president with the annotation "No comments necessary." The typescript is headed "Dealing With Enemies". In part: "The following is an excerpt from the memo written by Charles Colson on Sept, 9, 1971. THE PRIORITY lIST. Woodcock, Leonard, UAW: No comments necessary." Woodcock has handwritten a note beneath this: "The forgoing honor led to an IRS audit a year or two later, the only one I ever had. the agent was almost apologetic and it ended in a clean bill of health." In fine condition.