Durbin Says 41 Played Critical Role in Helping World Adapt to Fall of Iron Curtain

Durbin Says 41 Played Critical Role in Helping World Adapt to Fall of Iron Curtain

WASHINGTON, D.C. (RFD) — President Ronald Reagan gets the lion’s share of the credit for the fall of the Iron Curtain. In a Senate Floor tribute to President George H.W. Bush, Senator Dick Durbin says the President, who passed away Friday, played a critical role in helping the world adapt.

Durbin says in these times of win at all costs politics, “many of us feel that deep longing for a kinder, gentler nation that President Bush promised in his inaugural address 30 years ago.”

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