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DNC Speech Handwritten Notes 1

DNC Speech Handwritten Notes 1

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handwritten notes on a draft of Bill Clinton's 1996 Democratic National Convention nomination-acceptance speech
handwritten notes on a draft of Bill Clinton's 1996 Democratic National Convention nomination-acceptance speech

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PRESIDENT WILLIAM
J.
CLINTON ACCEPTANCE SPEECH DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
August
29, 1996 Mr. Chairman, Mr. Vice-President, fellow Democrats,
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PHOTOCOPY
 
and inflation and mortgages in
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CLINTON LIBRARY
PHOTOCOPY

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