TITLE

Encouraging Economic Growth

AUTHOR(S)
Bush, George
PUB. DATE
March 1991
SOURCE
Vital Speeches of the Day;3/1/91, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p290
SOURCE TYPE
Primary Source Document
DOC. TYPE
Speech
ABSTRACT
Presents a speech by George Bush on February 6, 1991. Contention that the road to real peace will be difficult; Idea that the United States is a nation that can shape the future; How to ensure economic growth; Details of his budget proposal; Belief that the United States and its allies will prevail in the Gulf War.
ACCESSION #
9103251661

 

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