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    Welfare Reform

    Governor Engler reported on some of the issues discussed during the recently completed midwinter meetings of the National Governors' Association.

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    U.S. Humanities Education

    Chairman Hackney spoke about the need for continued emphasis on humanities education in the U.S. and throughout the world. Following his opening remarks, he took questions concerning…

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    U.S.-Turkey Relations

    Prime Minister Ciller discussed U.S.-Turkey relations. This was the prime minister’s first visit to Washington, D.C.

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    Presidential Health Care Proposal

    Representative Dingell discussed his father’s effort to bring universal health care to all Americans. Now, he believes that the president’s plan provides a great…

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    Redefining the Pro-Choice Movement

    Planned Parenthood President Pamela Maraldo spoke to a luncheon audience in the National Press Club on the new agenda for the pro-choice movement. She reviewed the history of the…

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    Clinton Administration Energy Agenda

    Secretary O’Leary spoke to a luncheon audience on the agenda of the Department of Energy under the Clinton administration. In her remarks, Secretary O’Leary discussed the…

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    Reinventing HUD: New Priorities

    Secretary Cisneros, former mayor of San Antonio, TX, spoke to a luncheon audience on the agenda of the Department of Housing and Urban Development under the Clinton administration. He…

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    U.S.-Israel Relations

    Foreign Minister Peres spoke to a luncheon audience on current Israeli foreign policy issues, including the fate of the Palestinians in the Middle East, U.S.-Israeli relations under the new…

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    International Monetary Issues

    Mr. Camdessus spoke to a luncheon audience on issues in international finance, including international trade issues and the current status of the General Agreement on Tariffs and…

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    Product Liability

    Mr. Jasinowski and Mr. Nader debated the question, “To what extent should a manufacturer be held legally responsible for its products?” Because of the increasing…

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    The State of American Higher Education

    Ms. Cheney announced the release of a report entitled, “Telling the Truth,” which focused on the search for “truth” in American colleges and…

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    Gay Movement

    Mr. McKellen spoke about his life as a public gay figure and the gay movement. He also responded to questions from the audience.

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    Funding for Public Television

    Mr. Christensen, president of the Public Broadcasting Service, addressed a luncheon of the National Press Club on the recent controversy over public funding of television…

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    Peace Corps in Former Soviet Union

    Elaine Chao, director of the Peace Corps, spoke before a National Press Club luncheon to discuss the future goals and policies of the Peace Corps and to announce the Peace Corps would send…

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    Environmental Issues

    Mr. Reilly discussed the Bush administration’s position on the upcoming United Nations environmental summit. Representatives of member nations will meet in Rio de Janeiro…

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    The Education Agenda

    Secretary Lamar delivered an address about education in the U.S. and the national education goals of America 2000, the Bush administration’s plan to improve education. He likened…

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    U.S.-Argentina Relations

    Carlos Menem, president of Argentina, addressed the National Press Club on U.S.-Argentina relations. He spoke to the National Press Club during his visit to Washington, in which he…

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    Events in the Soviet Union

    Mr. Smith is a former Moscow and Eastern European correspondent for The New York Times, and is now a fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University. He…

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    U.N. Human Development Report 1991

    Mr. Draper discussed the recently released human development report from the United Nations Development Program on economic and social development in Third World countries. The…

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    Situation in the Baltic States

    Members of the foreign legislatures of several Eastern European states answered questions from reporters on the current situation in the Baltic states in the National Press Club. The…

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