Remarks in a Discussion on the PATRIOT Act in Buffalo, New York

Bush, George W.
April 2004
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;4/26/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 17, p638
Government Documents
Presents the text of remarks from U.S. President George W. Bush regarding the Patriot Act delivered on a discussion in Buffalo, New York on April 20, 2004. Lessons of September 11, 201 terrorist attacks in the country regarding national security; Ways to deal with the threat of the war of the 21st century; Reasons for Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to be a threat to national security; Key victories into the battle against terror.


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