Clinton and Gore Campaign Speeches

Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Clinton and his running mate Sen. Albert Gore addressed the national convention of… read more

Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Clinton and his running mate Sen. Albert Gore addressed the national convention of the NAACP in Nashville, Tennessee. Sen. Gore spoke on the turning point facing America in the 1992 election, and called for America to become a model for racial, ethnic and economic freedom amid diversity. Gov. Clinton, after reeling off a string of humorous anecdotes, spoke on the priorities of his administration if he was elected, and criticized the Bush administration for failing to live up to its promises during the 1988 election. He also spoke on the economic inequality among Americans, and the current administration’s policies that continue to aid the wealthy rather than the working class in America. Following his speech, the audience at the convention, along with the speakers on the dais, sang a hymn. close

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Program ID:
26990-1
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Public Affairs Event
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Location:
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
First Aired:
Jul 11, 1992

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  • Jul 11, 1992 | 11:38pm EDT | C-SPAN 1
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