35Aug 7, 1995
In continued testimony, presidential and vice presidential aides testified on the handling of office files after the suicide of deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster in 1993.
35Apr 5, 1995
Franklin Roosevelt's Communication Legacy
Panelists examined how U.S. presidents since Roosevelt have used the media to further their political agendas and popularity with the people.
9Mar 13, 1995
Entitlement Spending and Local Budgets
Senators Gregg and Kerrey spoke about entitlements and the federal budget.
11Dec 20, 1994
Presidential Adviser Perspective
Special adviser Gergen spoke with editors and reporters about tax cuts, government reorganization, and life in Washington. Next week, he leaves government to take a teaching position at Duke ...
6Oct 11, 1994
Presidential Powers and Public Affairs
Mr. Gergen gave the keynote address at a two day seminar on the nature of presidential powers, national concerns and the state of the American political process.
10Oct 3, 1994
Communication School Opening Convocation
Mr. Gergen, White House adviser on foreign policy issues and goals presentation, discussed the importance of the national news media and his own role in the Clinton, and earlier, ...
32Jun 27, 1994
White House Chief of Staff Announcement
At a press briefing, President Clinton announced that Mack McLarty will step down as White House Chief of Staff and assume the new role of counselor to the President. OMB Director Leon Panetta ...
20Jun 14, 1994
Health Care Reform and Homelessness
Mr. Cisneros spoke about the goals of the Clinton administration in several social areas, including homelessness and public housing. After his prepared remarks, he took questions from the ...
8Jun 14, 1994
After a short address from the administrator of the Small Business Administration, Mr. Gergen spoke about the administration’s goals for international trade, health care reform, welfare ...
4Apr 30, 1994
Younger Generation Political Challenges
Mr. Gergen spoke to the Youth Leadership Conference concerning the importance of a politically involved younger generation. Following a short opening statement, Mr. Gergen took a ...