Clinton cites strong economy during State of Union speech

February 1998
Jet;02/16/98, Vol. 93 Issue 12, p4
Highlights major points made by United States President Bill Clinton in his January 1998 State of the Union speech. His proposals for saving Social Security and increasing spending on programs such as education and child care; His call for continued support of troops in Bosnia; How future budget supluses should be allocated; His warning to Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.


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