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Name the president describing the state of the union in the quotation.
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Let me say that so long as we remember the American idea, so long as we live up to the American ideal, the state of the Union will remain sound and strong.
In a whirlwind of change and hope and peril, our faith is sure; our resolve is firm; and our Union is strong.
It has never been more clear that the state of our Union depends on the state of the world.
My fellow Americans, the state of our Union is the strongest it has ever been.
I am happy to report to this 81st Congress that the state of the Union is good.
the State of our Union will be much stronger 8 years from now on our 200th birthday if we resolve to reach these goals now.
As the Congress reassembles, the impact of war abroad makes it natural to approach 'the state of the union through a discussion of foreign affairs.
It’s because of this spirit -– this great decency and great strength -– that I have never been more hopeful about America’s future than I am tonight.
I can report to you that the state of this old but youthful Union, in the 175th year of its life, is good.
Tonight, for the first time in 12 years, a President of the United States can report to the Congress on the state of a Union at peace with every nation of the world.
My fellow citizens, America isn’t finished. Her best days have just begun.
The State of the Union, at the opening of the 85th Congress continues to vindicate the wisdom of the principles on which this Republic is rounded.
I must say to you that the state of the Union is not good: Millions of Americans are out of work. Recession and inflation are eroding the money of millions more.
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