President Bush spoke about the strength of the U.S. economy. He talked about the importance of tax cuts, closing the wage gap, higher education, and expanding trade. He referred to members of the Democratic Party as “economic isolationists” on the issue of new free trade agreements. Following his speech, he talked to members of the Economic Club of Chicago. close
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