THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 107, February 5, 2001
FOOD AND DRUG
WE'VE GOT A LOT OF WORK TO DO WITH 'THE CHILDREN'
As he settles into the Oval Office, a group of teens featured in this week's Parade magazine asked Bush how he planned to make good on those promises. In a special feature, teenagers from across the nation told President Bush specifically what they wanted his administration to do for them, and how he could help their families, schools and communities. [...]
Here is a sampling of their questions for President Bush:
"What will your administration do to honor good teachers?"
"What will you do to curb drug use among teenagers?"
"What will you do to try and stop the killing in the Middle East?"
"Everyone, no matter how much money they have, should be able to go
to college. What will you do to make sure that this happens?"
"What will you do to help Americans of different races and cultures
live together in harmony?"
"What will you do to help teen mothers stay in school and have child
"What will you do to better the condition of the inner city and
provide better jobs for the people who live there?"
"What will the government do to help the farmers in America?"
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