6Feb 19, 1993
Presidential Economic Proposals
Secy. Bentsen spoke about the economic policies of the Clinton Administration.
11Jun 12, 1992
Ms. Ireland addressed members of the National Press Club about the possibility of a feminist third party, Ross Perot’s presidential campaign, abortion rights, and women’s health ...
11Jun 11, 1992
Soviet Role in Global Politics
Sen. Bill Bradley, member of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, spoke before a luncheon of the National Press Club on the future of the republics of the former Soviet ...
102Mar 18, 1992
American Political System
Mr. Perot spoke to the National Press Club audience about his thoughts on the American political system. In response to questions, he indicated that if individuals working independently ...
24Jan 7, 1992
U.S. Art and Public Policy
Dr. Brown discussed the National Gallery of Art and other museums. He described the extreme downturn in the number of gifts of paintings and other art works to museums following changes in ...
11Dec 13, 1991
Events in the Soviet Union
Ambassador Strauss was confirmed as U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union in August of this year. He was chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 1973 to 1976. He was named special ...
68Dec 12, 1991
New Tonight Show Host
Comedian Jay Leno, named by NBC television to replace Johnny Carson as host of the Tonight Show in the summer of 1992, addressed an audience at the National Press Club on various matters in ...
63Dec 5, 1991
South African Politics
Nelson Mandela, leader of the African National Congress, a South African political party, held a press conference in the National Press Club to discuss his visit to the U.S. and the political ...
14Dec 2, 1991
Democratic Challenge in 1992 Elections
Senator-Elect Wofford addressed a National Press Club luncheon to discuss the factors that allowed him to win a Pennsylvania Senate seat in a hotly contested race against former Attorney General ...
22Nov 14, 1991
Arnett Fourth Estate Award
Each year the National Press Club honors an outstanding journalist at the annual Fourth Estate Award Dinner. This year’s recipient is CNN correspondent Peter Arnett, who reported from ...
142Oct 31, 1991
Oliver North's Perspective
Lieutenant Colonel North spoke to members of the National Press Club about the Iran-Contra affair, focusing on his tenure as a security council aide during the Reagan administration and his five ...
58Oct 23, 1991
Czechoslovakian Transition to Democracy
President Havel discussed the move towards democracy and an open
market taking place in Czechoslovakia. He talked about
the need for investment and the many opportunities for ...
21Oct 16, 1991
Recession and the Art of Befuddlement
Professor Galbraith was an economics professor at Harvard University from 1934 to 1975, at times leaving academics to work in the federal government. He was an adviser to President John F. ...
19Oct 11, 1991
The Future of Costa Rica
President Calderon talked about economic relations between the United States and Central America. He discussed the revolution of democracy in Latin America. He talked about the problem of ...
9Oct 10, 1991
Events in the Soviet Union
The guest speakers discussed the latest events in the Soviet Union and the impact these events will have on the country as it seeks to improve its economic situation.
38Oct 2, 1991
The Vast Wasteland
Mr. Minow, a former FCC Chairman, talked about the growth of public television. He gave a brief history of public broadcasting. In particular, he talked about WETA in Washington on ...
17Sep 26, 1991
Ukranian Supreme Soviet
Mr. Kravchuk talked about the future of the Ukraine as an independent state. He gave a brief history of the Ukraine and talked about the Ukrainian people. On December 1, 1990 the ...
16Sep 25, 1991
Politics in the Classroom
Ms. Cheney talked about her work at the National Endowment for the Humanities. She also talked about the problem of university professors using the classroom as a forum to present their ...
9Sep 18, 1991
President Fujimori spoke about his country’s request for $95 million in U.S. aid, which he said would be used to fight drug trafficking.
11Sep 17, 1991
National Press Club Awards for Journalism
Ms. Quindlen spoke to the recipients of the 1991 Press Club Journalism Awards and others. She talked about her experiences with the New York Times and changes in journalism over the ...
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