Bill Clinton in 1992
Portions of a Speech in Boston
Presidential debate in Boston, October 11, 1992.
The debate featured the three major candidates in the 1992 presidential election: Bill Clinton, President George H.W. Bush, and independent candidate Ross Perot. It was the second of three debates between the candidates and the first one held in a town hall format, where questions were posed by audience members.
The candidates discussed a range of issues, including the economy, taxes, foreign policy, and social issues such as abortion and crime. The town hall format allowed for more direct interaction between the candidates and the audience, and there were several heated exchanges throughout the debate.
Ultimately, Bill Clinton went on to win the presidency in the 1992 election, with Ross Perot garnering a significant portion of the popular vote as a third-party candidate. The Faneuil Hall debate was one of the key moments in that election cycle, helping to shape public opinion and sway voters in the weeks leading up to the election.
Audio of the Speech
This is just the last bit of audio from that speech - his closing remarks.