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September 26, 2013
Azzedine Downes, President and CEO of The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), attends a panel...
New York, UNITED STATES
Azzedine Downes, President and CEO of The International Fund for Animal Welfare, attends a discussion...
Azzedine Downes, President and CEO of The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), attends a panel on "Commitment to Action: Partnership to Save Africa's Elephants" at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in New York September 26, 2013. The CGI was created by former U.S. President Bill Clinton in 2005 to gather global leaders to discuss solutions to the world's problems. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
USA
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November 30, 2000
U.S. President Bill Clinton (C) receives a new saxophone from Denise Rich (L), co-founder of the G&P...
New York, USA
U.S. President Bill Clinton (C) receives a new saxophone from Denise Rich (L), co-founder of the G&P.....
U.S. President Bill Clinton (C) receives a new saxophone from Denise Rich (L), co-founder of the G&P Foundation for Cancer Research as first lady and New York Senator-elect Hillary Rodham Clinton applauds during the annual Angel Ball honors in New York, November 30, 2000. Clinton was the honorary chairman of the Angel Ball, which raised more than $4 million for the G&P Foundation.
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February 23, 2000
U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at a White House event February 23 designed to highlight new steps...
Washington, USA
CLINTON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE EVENT ON TRANSPORTATION.
U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at a White House event February 23 designed to highlight new steps taken by his administration to aid welfare families in getting reliable transportation for employment purposes. The legislation proposed in Clinton's budget would allow 150,000 individuals to own a reliable car without losing their elgibility for food stamps.

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CLINTON
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December 20, 1999
U.S. President Bill Clinton, along with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton show illustrations from "The...
Washington, USA
U.S. President Bill Clinton, along with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton show illustrations from "T.....
U.S. President Bill Clinton, along with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton show illustrations from "The Night Before Christmas" to children gathered for a reading of the holiday classic in the East Room of the White House December 20. Listening are Tiara Rasheed (next to Mrs. Clinton), 5, of Washington, D.C., and Alex Dubin, 8, of Los Angeles, far right.
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November 23, 1999
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin makes a point during the first session of the conference "Progressive...
Florence, Italy (Italian Republic)
FRENCH PRIME MINISTER LIONEL JOSPIN SPEAKS IN FLORENCE.
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin makes a point during the first session of the conference "Progressive Governance in the 21st Century" held at the Palazzo Vecchio November 21. Jospin, along with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and U.S. President Bill Clinton, underlined the need for traditional social welfare ideas to adapt to the technological changes that are creating a more global, unregulated, service-based economy.

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SOCIALDEMOCRATS
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November 23, 1999
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder speaks during the first session of the conference "Progressive Governance...
Florence, Italy (Italian Republic)
GERMAN PM SCHROEDER SPEAKS IN FLORENCE.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder speaks during the first session of the conference "Progressive Governance in the 21st Century" held at the Palazzo Vecchio November 21. Schroeder, along with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin and U.S. President Bill Clinton, underlined the need for traditional social welfare ideas to adapt to the technological changes that are creating a more global, unregulated, service-based economy. Schroeder, whose government holds the presidency of the Group of Eight, suggested on Sunday that China be brought into the forum for major industrial powers.

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November 21, 1999
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder speaks during the first session of the conference "Progressive Governance...
Florence, Italy (Italian Republic)
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder speaks during the first session of the conference "Progressive G.....
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder speaks during the first session of the conference "Progressive Governance in the 21st Century" held at the Palazzo Vecchio November 21. Schroeder, along with [British Prime Minister Tony Blair, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin and U.S. President Bill Clinton,] underlined the need for traditional social welfare ideas to adapt to the technological changes that are creating a more global, unregulated, service-based economy. Schroeder, whose government holds the presidency of the Group of Eight, suggested on Sunday that China be brought into the forum for major industrial powers.
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JOSPIN
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November 21, 1999
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin makes a point during the first session of the conference "Progressive...
Florence, Italy (Italian Republic)
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin makes a point during the first session of the conference "Progre.....
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin makes a point during the first session of the conference "Progressive Governance in the 21st Century" held at the Palazzo Vecchio November 21. Jospin, along with [British Prime Minister Tony Blair, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and U.S. President Bill Clinton,] underlined the need for traditional social welfare ideas to adapt to the technological changes that are creating a more global, unregulated, service-based economy.
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CLINTON WELFARE
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August 03, 1999
President Bill Clinton speaks at the National Forum on Welfare to Work August 3 in Chicago. Clinton partipated...
Chicago, USA
CLINTON SPEAKS AT WELFARE TO WORK CONFERENCE IN CHICAGO.
President Bill Clinton speaks at the National Forum on Welfare to Work August 3 in Chicago. Clinton partipated in a "town-hall" style discussion at the forum with former welfare recipients.

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CLINTON WELFARE
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August 03, 1999
President Bill Clinton greets Chicago Mayor Richard Daley at the National Forum on Welfare to Work August...
Chicago, USA
PRESIDENT CLINTON ATTENDS WELFARE TO WORK CONFERENCE IN CHICAGO.
President Bill Clinton greets Chicago Mayor Richard Daley at the National Forum on Welfare to Work August 3 in the city of Chicago. Clinton partipated in a "town-hall" style discussion at the forum with former welfare recipients.

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CLINTON WELFARE
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August 03, 1999
President Clinton gives a thumbs-up sign after a former welfare recipient told her story at the National...
Chicago, USA
PRESIDENT CLINTON LISTENS TO WELFARE STORY AT FORUM IN CHICAGO.
President Clinton gives a thumbs-up sign after a former welfare recipient told her story at the National Forum on Welfare to Work August 3 in the city of Chicago. Clinton participated in a "town-hall" style discussion at the forum with former welfare recipients.

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CLINTON WELFARE
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August 03, 1999
President Bill Clinton listens as a former welfare recipient tells her story at the National Forum on...
Chicago, USA
PRESIDENT CLINTON LISTENS TO WELFARE STORY AT FORUM IN CHICAGO.
President Bill Clinton listens as a former welfare recipient tells her story at the National Forum on Welfare to Work August 3 in the city of Chicago. Clinton partipated in a "town-hall" style discussion at the forum with former welfare recipients.

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USA
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June 29, 1999
President Clinton greets actor Kevin Spacey after a fund raising performance of "The Iceman Cometh,"...
New York, USA
President Clinton greets actor Kevin Spacey after a fund raising performance of "The Iceman Cometh,".....
President Clinton greets actor Kevin Spacey after a fund raising performance of "The Iceman Cometh," at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City, June 28. Spacey plays the lead role in the show.
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CLINTON WELFARE
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January 25, 1999
President Bill Clinton waits to be introduced at Presidential Hall January 25 where he announced a new...
Washington, USA
PRESIDENT CLINTON AWAITS INTRODUCTION AT WELFARE TO WORK PROGRAM.
President Bill Clinton waits to be introduced at Presidential Hall January 25 where he announced a new package of inititiatives designed to ensure those remaining on welfare rolls will make a successful transition back to the work force. The $1 billion package is said to help 200,000 more people work, and has special emphasis on increasing the employment of low-income fathers so they can support their children.

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CLINTON WELFARE
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January 25, 1999
U.S. President Bill Clinton addresses a gathering at Presidential Hall January 25 where he announced...
Washington, USA
PRESIDENT CLINTON ADDRESSES WELFARE TO WORK PROGRAM.
U.S. President Bill Clinton addresses a gathering at Presidential Hall January 25 where he announced a new package of inititiatives designed to ensure those remaining on welfare rolls will make a successful transition back to the work force. The $1 billion package is said to help 200,000 more people work, and has special emphasis on increasing the employment of low-income fathers so they can support their children.

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CLINTON
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December 21, 1998
President Clinton and wife Hillary prepare lasagna while volunteering at the D.C. Central Kitchen December...
Washington, USA
President Clinton and wife Hillary prepare lasagna while volunteering at the D.C. Central Kitchen De.....
President Clinton and wife Hillary prepare lasagna while volunteering at the D.C. Central Kitchen December 21. "I hope everyone in the country will take some time to think about other people and do something in the spirit of the season--something like this," Clinton said.
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August 04, 1998
President Bill Clinton chats with Labour Secretary Alexis Herman (C) and Health and Human Services Secretary...
UNITED STATES
PRESIDENT CLINTON AND CABINET MEMBERS ATTEND WELFARE EVENT.
President Bill Clinton chats with Labour Secretary Alexis Herman (C) and Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala during a welfare reform anniversary event in the East Room of the White House August 4. Earlier in the day, Clinton met with his private attorneys to prepare the testimony he will be giving before the Starr Grand Jury on August 17.

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August 04, 1998
President Bill Clinton gives a thumbs up as he waits to address a welfare reform anniversary event in...
multiple countries
PRESIDENT CLINTON GIVES THUMBS UP AT WELFARE EVENT.
President Bill Clinton gives a thumbs up as he waits to address a welfare reform anniversary event in the East Room of the White House August 4. Earlier in the day, Clinton met with his private attorneys to prepare his testimony that is to be given before the Starr Grand Jury on August 17.

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June 23, 1998
President Clinton is applauded by members of Congress and his cabinet after signing the Agriculture Research...
UNITED STATES
CLINTON APPLAUDED AFTER SIGNING AGRICULTURE BILL.
President Clinton is applauded by members of Congress and his cabinet after signing the Agriculture Research Extension and Education Reform Act of 1998 at the White House June 23. In addition to providing research funds for the agriculture industry, the bill also restores welfare in the form of food stamps to recent immigrants to the United States.

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May 27, 1998
Muchtar Pakpahan, head of the Indonesian Labour Welfare Union, speaks at a news conference at the union...
Indonesia
MUCHTAR PAKPAHAN SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA.
Muchtar Pakpahan, head of the Indonesian Labour Welfare Union, speaks at a news conference at the union headquarters in Jakarta May 27. Pakpahan, who was released along with Sri Bintang Pamungkas from jail on Monday, said the US$40 billion International Monetary Fund program should be withheld until after political reforms have been carried out in the country. Pakpahan also thanked American President Bill Clinton and Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair for their continued support of democratic reforms in Indonesia.

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CLINTON WELFARE
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May 27, 1998
President Clinton listens as former welfare recipient Rhonda Costa chats with him during a White House...
Washington
CLINTON AND FORMER WELFARE RECIPIENT AT WHITE HOUSE CEREMONY.
President Clinton listens as former welfare recipient Rhonda Costa chats with him during a White House ceremony celebrating the success of the Welfare to Work Partnership, May 27. The independent organization was established to encourage companies to hire and retain former welfare recipients. Costa now works at a New York investment bank. bps/Photo by Gary A.

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PAKPAHAN
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May 26, 1998
Muchtar Pakpahan, head of the Indonesian Labour Welfare Union, speaks at a news conference at the union...
Muchtar Pakpahan, head of the Indonesian Labour Welfare Union, speaks at a news conference at the un.....
Muchtar Pakpahan, head of the Indonesian Labour Welfare Union, speaks at a news conference at the union headquarters in Jakarta May 27. Pakpahan, who was released along with Sri Bintang Pamungkas from jail on Monday, said the US$40 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) program should be withheld until after political reforms have been carried out in the country. Pakpahan also thanked [American President Bill Clinton and Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair] for their continued support of democratic reforms in Indonesia.
CLINTON
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March 10, 1998
US President Bill Clinton laughs as he points at sixteen-year-old [Anthony Price (not in picture)] as...
US President Bill Clinton laughs as he points at sixteen-year-old [Anthony Price (not in picture)] a.....
US President Bill Clinton laughs as he points at sixteen-year-old [Anthony Price (not in picture)] as the teenager stands and waves to the crowd after being mentioned by the president in a speech at Housatonic Community-Technical College March 10 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. [Clinton, promoting his childcare proposals, mentioned Price because Price's mother, formerly on welfare, has used childcare services to return to work and school].
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November 17, 1997
President Clinton greets children from a company-sponsored day care facility at the Cessna Aircraft Training...
Wichita
CLINTON VISITS CHILDREN IN CESSNA FACILITY DAY CARE
President Clinton greets children from a company-sponsored day care facility at the Cessna Aircraft Training facility in Wichita on November 17. Clinton later spoke at the plant, highlighting his Welfare to Work program.

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May 21, 1997
President Clinton pushes his welfare-to-work plan to executives from 105 companies that have agreed to...
UNITED STATES
PRESIDENT CLINTON BOOSTS WELFARE TO WORK PROGRAM IN WASHINGTON
President Clinton pushes his welfare-to-work plan to executives from 105 companies that have agreed to hire people off public assistance during a ceremony in the East Room at the White House May 20. Since signing a landmark law ending the 60-year federal entitlement last August, Clinton has repeatedly used the bully pulpit of the White House to exhort businesses to employ welfare recipients.

CLINTON WELFARE
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April 10, 1997
President Clinton points with his crutch, saying that his crutches were made with stealth technology,...
multiple countries
CLINTON WAVES HIS CRUTCH AT A CEREMONY IN WASHINGTON
President Clinton points with his crutch, saying that his crutches were made with stealth technology, at a White House meeting on welfare reform April 10. Clinton said the federal government would hire as many as 10,000 people off welfare over the next four years in an effort to cope with the law he signed last year curbing the program.

CLINTON WELFARE
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April 10, 1997
President Clinton laughs at a White House event on welfare reform April 10 when told of comments by his...
UNITED STATES
CLINTON LAUGHS AT A WHITE HOUSE EVENT
President Clinton laughs at a White House event on welfare reform April 10 when told of comments by his wife Hillary. Hillary Rodham Clinton said April 10 that the Whitewater controversy was a "never-ending fictional conspiracy" pursued by zealous critics who remind her of the UFO cult followers who committed mass suicide. "Did she say that?" Clinton said."That's pretty good." Asked if he agreed with his wife, he said , "Well if I didn't, I wouldn't disagree with her in public." Vice President Gore is at left.

CLINTON HILLARY
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February 18, 1997
President Bill Clinton laughs at a remark before a speech to the Businesss Enterprise Awards Ceremony...
multiple countries
PRESIDENT CLINTON LAUGHS DURING BUSINESS LUNCH IN NEW YORK
President Bill Clinton laughs at a remark before a speech to the Businesss Enterprise Awards Ceremony February 18. Clinton defended his welfare reform plans that involve offering tax credits and other incentives for businesses that hire people off welfare.

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February 18, 1997
President Bill Clinton makes a point during a speech to the Businesss Enterprise Awards Ceremony February...
UNITED STATES
PRESIDENT CLINTON MAKES A POINT DUIRNG WELFARE SPEECH IN NEW YORK
President Bill Clinton makes a point during a speech to the Businesss Enterprise Awards Ceremony February 18. Clinton defended his welfare reform plans that involve offering tax credits and other incentives for businesses that hire people off welfare.

CLINTON WELFARE
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January 10, 1997
President Clinton meets with business leaders in the White House January 10. Clinton hailed a strong...
UNITED STATES
CLINTON AND BUSINESS LEADERS AT WHITE HOUSE
President Clinton meets with business leaders in the White House January 10. Clinton hailed a strong rise in U.S. job growth and exhorted the business leasders to help move people fom welfare to work, saying welfare reform "cannot move by government action alone." With the President are Gerald Greenwald, CEO of UAL Corp.,(L) and Rachel Hubka, CEO of Rachel's Bus Co. in Chicago.

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USA
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October 27, 1996
President Clinton and Vice-President Al Gore look out over the crowd as they are introduced onstage during...
President Clinton and Vice-President Al Gore look out over the crowd as they are introduced onstage .....
President Clinton and Vice-President Al Gore look out over the crowd as they are introduced onstage during a campaign event at Vanderbilt University October 27. Clinton and Gore announced new initiatives in the Welfare to Work program during the event. ??? IMAGE POOR QUALITY DOCUMENT
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September 10, 1996
President Bill Clinton waves to the crowd before making an address at the Gateway Middle School in St....
President Bill Clinton waves to the crowd before making an address at the Gateway Middle School in S.....
President Bill Clinton waves to the crowd before making an address at the Gateway Middle School in St. Louis, September 10. Clinton's speech addressed welfare, education and the budget.
CLINTON
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August 22, 1996
Protestor Betsy Myers of Washington DC, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, holds a sign changing the Statue's...
Protestor Betsy Myers of Washington DC, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, holds a sign changing the .....
Protestor Betsy Myers of Washington DC, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, holds a sign changing the Statue's famous inscription to "Give me your poor, your tired, your hungry-NOT" outside the White House August 22, where President Clinton just signed into law a bill reforming welfare. The Republican-sponsored legislation ends the 61-year-old federal guarantee of aid to the poor and turns over much of the welfare program to the states.
CLINTON
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August 22, 1996
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton shows a new hair style, August 22, at the White House ceremony where...
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton shows a new hair style, August 22, at the White House ceremony whe.....
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton shows a new hair style, August 22, at the White House ceremony where her husband President Clinton signed into law a welfare reform bill. The Republican-sponsored legislation ends the 61-year-old federal guarantee of aid to the poor, but President Clinton said he hopes the day "will be remembered not for what it ended but what it began -- a new day that offers hope."
CLINTON WELFARE
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August 22, 1996
President Bill Cllinton signs into law a bill reforming welfare which ends the 61 year-old federal guarantee...
Washington
US PRESIDENT CLINTON SIGNS WELFARE BILL IN WASHINGTON.
President Bill Cllinton signs into law a bill reforming welfare which ends the 61 year-old federal guarantee of aid to the poor in Washington, August 22, 1996. With the President, L-R, are Delaware Governor Thomas Carper, former welfare mothers Lillie Harden and Janet errel, Vice President Al Gore, West Virginia Governor Gaston Caperton, Senator John Breaux (D-LA) and former welfare mother Penelope Howard. REUTERS/Stephen Jaffe AS
CLINTON
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July 13, 1996
President Bill Clinton, the First Lady, and their daughter Chelsea depart for Camp David July 13. The...
President Bill Clinton, the First Lady, and their daughter Chelsea depart for Camp David July 13. Th.....
President Bill Clinton, the First Lady, and their daughter Chelsea depart for Camp David July 13. The President said in a radio speech this morning that Republican-led Congress is closer to producing a welfare reform bill he could sign and welcomed what he hoped was "A new spirit of cooperation."
CLINTON
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July 13, 1996
President Clinton, the First Lady, and their daughter Chelsea depart for Camp David July 13. Clinton...
President Clinton, the First Lady, and their daughter Chelsea depart for Camp David July 13. Clinton.....
President Clinton, the First Lady, and their daughter Chelsea depart for Camp David July 13. Clinton said today in his radio address that the Republican-led Congress was close to producing a welfare reform bill he could sign and welcomed what he hoped was "a new spirit of cooperation".
MOYNIHAN
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November 09, 1995
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) talks to reporters November 9 about an administration study sent...
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) talks to reporters November 9 about an administration study s.....
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) talks to reporters November 9 about an administration study sent to Congress on a Senate walfare reform plan endorsed by President Clinton. Moynihan pointed out that Clinton had not wavered from his support for the key element in the Republican welfare bills - ending a 60-year guarantee of federal aid to poor children
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