President Clinton paid tribute to 10 cities from across the nation that have been named “All-American Cities.” Some of the… read more
President Clinton paid tribute to 10 cities from across the nation that have been named “All-American Cities.” Some of the cities were honored for designing programs to get children off the streets and into better lives. Others have expanded downtown business areas, opened free health clinics for the poor, and smoothed the economic impact of a base closure. He then presented the awards to representatives of the various cities. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
Presidential Return from Vacation
The President and Mrs. Clinton concluded their vacation in Martha’s Vineyard and returned to the White House.
Seeds of Peace
President Clinton talked about the progress of peace in the Middle East to Seeds of Peace participants, who are Arab…
Presidential Radio Address
President Clinton extended his and Mrs. Clinton’s “deepest sympathies and prayers” to the…
Middle East Peace Process
In a taped speech for the Council of Jewish Federations, President Clinton talked about the historic accomplishments of…