George Bush’s presidency, the Panama invasion, the Soviet bloc collapse and the first war in Iraq. Alistair Cooke's fascinating look at American life.
The arrival of George H W Bush as the President of the United States of America.
A review of George H W Bush's cabinet, and his campaign for the presidency.
Reverend Jessie Jackson's campaign for the recognition of the term 'African-American'.
A discussion on President Bush's position on the difficult issue of abortion.
Bush warns aides he expects high ethical standards.
What is the difference between a tax and a revenue enhancement?
The background to, and aftermath of, the 1989 Soviet-Chinese summit in Beijing.
Book stores return book to public display after initial removal.
Do the personal problems of John Tower mean he is unable to advise President Bush?
Do a politician's personal problems affect their ability to govern?
The poisoning of two grapes from Chile, and the role of the EPA and FDA.
Is the New York City Board of Estimate an unconstitutional organisation?
A brief history of Washington and an investigation in to the abnormally high crime rate.
President James Munroe's battle to keep America out of the hands of European invaders.
A profile of Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
The case of Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, a landmark trial on abortion rights.
Finding an unbiased jury in the television age.
Who was giving Colonel Oliver North his orders when he was aiding the Nicaraguan rebels?
Does the 1989 Soviet-Chinese summit in Beijing pose a threat to the West?
The beginnings of the rebellions in the Baltic states of Estonia and Lithuania.
The life of politician Claude Pepper (1900-1989)
The 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square and the military crackdown on those involved.
Is the military action in Tiananmen Square a sign of Chinese attitudes towards liberty?
Is the burning of an American flag stretching the freedom of speech too far?
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