National Press Club

  • The Press in America
    The Press in America

    August 19, 1991

    Mr. Sabato spoke on the relations between reporters and campaigns. He looked at the way reporting has changed over the last thirty years.

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  • African-Americans in the 1990s
    African-Americans in the 1990s

    August 8, 1991

    Ms. Mann, a staff member of the Population Reference Bureau, a non-profit private research institution that gathers and interprets demographic information, briefed reporters in the National Press Club on the Bureau's report on African-Americans in the 1990's. The report assembled census information on African-Americans to create a demographic portrait of…

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  • U.S.-Soviet Relations and the Moscow Summit
    U.S.-Soviet Relations and the Moscow Summit

    July 26, 1991

    Mr. Mandlebaum, Mr. Simes and Mr. Warner discussed the expected issues to be discussed in the upcoming summit between U.S. President Bush and Soviet President Gorbachev in Moscow the following week. Issues under examination by the three speakers and brought up in questions from the audience following the prepared remarks…

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  • Events in Yugoslavia
    Events in Yugoslavia

    July 26, 1991

    President Izetbegovic of the Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, which sits between Serbia and Croatia, delivered remarks about the political situation in Yugoslavia. He gave his assessment of the violence and politics currently dividing Yugoslavia and how he believed the conflict could be resolved. President Izetbegovic spent many years in prison…

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  • Photograph of Vietnam War POW-MIA's
    Photograph of Vietnam War POW-MIA's

    July 24, 1991

    Members of the families of three Vietnam war soldiers named missing in action by the Pentagon held a news conference at the National Press Club to announce their support for S. 82, legislation which would create a Senate Select committee to oversee the investigations of POW-MIA claims from the Vietnam…

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  • Opinion Poll on Public and Private Schools
    Opinion Poll on Public and Private Schools

    July 23, 1991

    Mr. Russonello and Mr. Sanders briefed reporters on the results of a public opinion poll on public and private schools. The results of the poll indicated Americans generally believe their public schools are doing a good job in instructing their children. The poll showed, however, the majority of Americans feel…

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  • Race Relations in America
    Race Relations in America

    July 16, 1991

    Sen. Bradley, considered by many to be a potential Democratic presidential candidate in 1992, discussed the state of race relations in America. He reflected on his days as a professional basketball player playing with and against blacks, and stressed the necessity for all races to realize their dependence on each…

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  • Strategy for Health Care Reform
    Strategy for Health Care Reform

    July 2, 1991

    The American Hospital Association held a news conference in the National Press Club to discuss alternative proposals for reducing the high cost of health care on patients and businesses. The strategy determined by the American Hospital Association, the goal of which was to provide access to health care to all…

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  • Supreme Court Term Review
    Supreme Court Term Review

    July 1, 1991

    The Washington Legal Foundation sponsored a forum at the National Press Club to evaluate the decisions of the Supreme Court during its recently completed term. Issues involved in the decisions of the Supreme Court included allowing regulations to stand which prohibited doctors in federally funded clinics from mentioning abortion as…

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  • Improvements in the National Postal Service
    Improvements in the National Postal Service

    June 27, 1991

    Postmaster General Frank, head of the government agency not responsible for the 29 cent stamp, spoke on the changes occurring in the U.S. Postal Service to the National Press Club. Postmaster General Frank discussed the past twenty years of the U.S. Postal Service following the Postal Reorganizational Act of 1970…

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