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I Still Believe in a Place Called Hope

I Still Believe in a Place Called Hope Political Button Museum
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I STILL BELIEVE IN A PLACE CALLED HOPE Bill CLinton FOR PRESIDENT (union bug)
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Outline illustration of the state of Arkansas with an insent photograph of Bill Clinton with blue and red text a red background.  White outer border with blue text and two red 5-pointed stars.
 

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Bill Clinton was the Democratic Party nominee for President in 1992. During the Democratic National Convention (DNC), Bill Clinton accepted the nomination and ended his speech saying “I still believe in a place called hope”, referring to his hometown Hope, Arkansas. The DNC was held in Hope, Arkansas.

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Associated Press. (1992, July 17). ’92 Democratic convention: Clinton text: ‘I still believe in a place called hope’. https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1992-07-17-mn-3671-story.html

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