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United States President (1993-2001 : Clinton)

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Works: 1,546 works in 4,017 publications in 3 languages and 285,900 library holdings
Genres: Resolutions (Law)  Treaties  Periodicals 
Roles: Defendant
Classifications: KF49, 973.929
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Between hope and history : meeting America's challenges for the 21st century by Bill Clinton( Book )
2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 1,511 libraries worldwide
America, the President observes, stands at a pivotal moment in its history. At the edge of a new century, we must decide between two visions of America. One vision foresees an "every man for himself" society that seems calculated to divide our people rather than unite us, to weaken rather than strengthen the bonds of community, to pay lip service to the importance of families without assuring the tools by which families can succeed. It is, the President declares, "a vision that is bereft of the simple understanding that in America we must go forward together, and we don't have a single person to waste."
State of the union message : message from the President of the United States transmitting a report on the state of the union by United States( Book )
15 editions published between 1993 and 1998 in English and held by 1,012 libraries worldwide
A vision of change for America by United States( Book )
7 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 537 libraries worldwide
This report was prepared to accompany President Clinton's first address to a Joint Session of Congress. It describes in detail the comprehensive economic plan being proposed by the new administration for the nation. The plan has three key elements: economic stimulus to create jobs now while laying the foundation for long-term economic growth; long term public investments to increase the productivity of people and businesses; and a balanced deficit-reduction plan to prevent the drain of private investments that generate jobs and increase incomes. The text is organized into four sections: (1) "A New Direction" (a brief 3-page preamble); (2) "A Legacy of Failure" (a 16-page statement of the problem, under subheadings such as "Skyrocketing Health Care Costs"); (3) "What We Must Now Do" (a 92-page statement of the solution, under subheadings such as "Investing in the Future: Reducing the Deficit To Increase Private Investment" and "Restoring Fairness"); and (4) "The Task Remaining" (a brief 6-page wrap-up). A closing Appendix contains 25 pages of statistical tables outlining various discretionary program savings, proposed changes to mandatory programs, stimulus proposals, investment proposals, and revenue and receipts proposals. Most tables provide figures for each year for the 6-year period 1993-1998. The field of education is touched upon in the report at six locations: (1) "Relative Earnings by Education for 25-34 Year Olds" (Chart 2-9, p. 18); (2) Chapter 1 Compensatory Education (p.31); (3) Pell Grants (p. 32); (4) "Lifelong Learning," covering full funding of Head Start and related child care funding and Medicaid, National Service, Dislocated Workers Program, Job Corps Expansion, Summer Youth Employment and Training Program, Youth Apprenticeship, and various Department of Education reforms and initiatives (p. 57-59); (5) Impact Aid "b" Projects (p. 87); and (6) Reform of Student Loan Programs (p. 92). (WTB)
Study on the operation and effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement by United States( Book )
3 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 529 libraries worldwide
International crime control strategy ( Book )
2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 498 libraries worldwide
A national security strategy of engagement and enlargement by United States( Book )
5 editions published between 1994 and 1995 in English and held by 494 libraries worldwide
The clear and present dangers of the Cold War made the need for national security commitments and expenditures obvious to the American people. Today the task of mobilizing public support for national security priorities has become more complicated. The complex array of new dangers, opportunities and responsibilities outlined in this strategy come at a moment in our history when Americans are preoccupied with domestic concerns and when budgetary constraints are tighter than at any point in the last half century. Yet, in a more integrated and interdependent world, we simply cannot be successful in advancing our interests political, military and economic - without active engagement in world affairs. While Cold War threats have diminished, our nation can never again isolate itself from global developments. Domestic renewal will not succeed if we fail to engage abroad in open foreign markets, to promote democracy in key countries, and to counter and contain emerging threats. We are committed to enhancing U.S. national security in the most efficient and effective ways possible. We recognize that maintaining peace and ensuring our national security in a volatile world are expensive. The cost of any other course of action, however, would be immeasurably higher. Our engagement abroad requires the active, sustained bipartisan support of the American people and the U.S. Congress. Of all the elements contained in this strategy, none is more important than this: our Administration is committed to explaining our security interests and objectives to the nation; to seeking the broadest possible public and congressional support for our security programs and investments; and to exerting our leadership in the world in a manner that reflects our best national values and protects the security of this great and good nation
The President's initiatives : building the U.S.-Africa partnership : hand-in-hand in the 21st century ( Book )
3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 448 libraries worldwide
Accepting the immigration challenge : the President's report on immigration by United States( Book )
2 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 433 libraries worldwide
Inside the White House by United States( serial )
in English and held by 347 libraries worldwide
 
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