Presidential Remarks

Presidential Remarks

"[I]f somebody said to me today, well, Mr. President, your time is up on this Earth and you're not going to get to finish, but we'll give you one wish. I wouldn't wish for the continued economic expansion; I wouldn't wish for even giving everybody health insurance, or anything. I'd wish to make America One America, because the American people will figure out how to solve everything else, if we can have the right kind of relations toward one another." From remarks made by President Bill Clinton at the U.S. Conference of Mayors Breakfast Reception held January 28, 2000.

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86th Annual Holy Convocation

Affirmative Action

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40th Anniversary of the Desegregation of Central High

National Association of Black Journalists

Remarks at NAACP Convention

Apology For Study Done in Tuskegee

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