The original T-Shirt is too small now, but Zachary Guiles has one just like it, a size larger. Highly critical of President Bush, it triggered a legal battle that lasted Guiles from seventh grade to the brink of his senior year. The U. Supreme Court on Friday rejected an appeal by the Williamstown school district of a ruling that it violated Guiles' rights by censoring his T-shirt. The appeals court decision was very well thought out and very well stated," Guiles said in an interview from Massachusetts, where the gifted young trombonist is studying this summer at Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Supremes OK Student's Anti-Bush T-Shirt
George W. Bush’s European Visit | USC Center on Public Diplomacy
It was their second meeting following a meeting that included Ronald Reagan , in New York in December During the summit, Bush and Gorbachev would declare an end to the Cold War although whether it was truly such is a matter of debate. Roosevelt agreed on a post-war plan for Europe at the Yalta Conference. Brent Scowcroft and other members of the US administration were initially concerned that the proposed Malta Summit would be "premature" and that it would generate high expectations but result in little more than Soviet grandstanding. No agreements were signed at the Malta Summit. Its main purpose was to provide the two superpowers , the United States and the Soviet Union , with an opportunity to discuss the rapid changes taking place in Europe with the lifting of the Iron Curtain , which had separated the Eastern Bloc from Western Europe for four decades. The summit is viewed by some observers as the official end of the Cold War.
George W. Bush’s European Visit
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Following U. Bush departed on a European tour of his own. Equipped with a message of peace and reconciliation, President Bush set off to mend U. As a sign of how critical the European alliance and support is to America, President Bush kicked off his tour in Brussels, which is home to the European Union as well as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Newspapers such as The Times of London hailed Bush as the new Ronald Reagan, who decades before was also on a mission to spread freedom and democracy.