May 2004
New Republic;5/10/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 17, p11
This section presents an excerpt from a speech by President George W. Bush. "Now, the use of broadband has tripled since 2000 from seven million subscriber lines to twenty-four million. That's good. But that's way short of the goal for 2007. And so--by the way, we rank tenth amongst the industrialized world in broadband technology and its availability. That's not good enough for America. Tenth is ten spots too low as far as I'm concerned." -- President Bush, speaking in Minnesota, April 26.


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