1990 State of the Union Address
The Senate met in joint session with the House of Representatives to hear President Bush’s State of the Union address. The president spoke of the changes in the world in the last year: the restoration of democracy to Panama, the freeing of Poland and Czechoslovakia from Communist control, and the fall of the Berlin wall. He also talked about proposed education policy and about the U.S. economy and taxes. close
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George H. W. Bush U.S. President United States
Tom Foley U.S. Representative [D] Washington
Dan Quayle U.S. Vice President [R] United States
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