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EDDIE N. WILLIAMS, PRESIDENT OF THE JOINT CENTER FOR POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC STUDIES, APPLAUDS THE STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS

 WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Eddie N. Williams, president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, today applauded President Clinton's State of the Union address, calling it a "fresh, bold and promising initiative to strengthen the economy.
 "His call for a special investment in those who have been hit hardest by the erosion of the economy and by certain policies during the past 12 years will pay handsome dividends to the nation in the future. The president's tax proposals appear, at first reading, to be fair and realistic.
 "His social policy proposals to support job creation and training, to improve our urban infrastructure, to enhance education and to expand Head Start are innovative efforts to put people first and to strengthen American families."
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 /CONTACT: Maria Archibald of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 202-789-6364/


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