National Security and Missile Defense
The event took place in Gaston Hall.
President Clinton talked with students about national security and missile defense. Among the issues he addressed were terrorist threats, the need to protect against a ballistic missile attack, and the potential threats to national security. After his speech the president descended from the stage and greeted students in the audience.
The event took place in Gaston Hall. close
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