Television broadcast during the Presidential elections of 1984. In Los Angeles at the Century Plaza Hotel : People cheer raising flags of America. The President of the United States Ronald Wilson Reagan during his election victory speech addresses reducing use of nuclear weapons. Views of Reagan's supporters cheering.
George Herbert Walker Bush speaks to the 1984 Republican National Convention as the nominee for Vice President. Supporters cheer holding banners. Childhood pictures of George W. Bush with his family. He is shown as a fighter in a squadron in the U.S. Navy in World War II. Footage of his rescue by submarine after he is shot down. Footage of Yale University and a photo of Bush wearing a Yale sweatshirt. George H W Bush starting in the oil business in Texas. Shots of oil workers drilling for oil and an offshore platform. A reporter interviews Bush in the 1960's in front of the U.S. Capitol building in the background. Footage of Bush speaking before the United Nations in his role as U.N. Ambassador. Vice President Bush meets Chinese officials. George H. W. Bush with Barbara Bush and their five children, including George W. Bush, as he announces his candidacy for President in 1979. The Vice President with U.S. President Ronald Reagan at Reagan's ranch, in a meeting with Tip O'Neil, and on the steps of United States Capitol building.
Preparation for the 1984 summer Olympics in Los Angeles,United States. Written on a wall 'California State University Dominguez Hills'. A curved race track. A board reads 'Rider Time'. Seats around the race course. A watch tower with a ladder in its front. Sprinklers used to wet the ground.
United States Presidential election campaign in the United States. The Republican candidate, Ronald Reagan, accepts the Presidential candidacy in his speech. His supporters cheer holding banners. Childhood pictures of Ronald Reagan with his family. He played football for the Eureka Team. He was also part of a base ball team and went for a training camp. Ronald Reagan became a Hollywood actor. He also joined the army for a few years. He sits on the 'Theater Ronald Reagan' chair. He was a strong supporter of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. President Ronald Reagan wins the election. President Reagan stands with George Herbert Walker Bush, the Republican candidate for the Vice President. The President at the oath ceremony at the United States Capitol in Washington DC. President Reagan is shot and is rushed to a hospital. The President resumes work after his recovery. He concentrates on the economic growth of the United States. Engineers construct a building. President Reagan visits a cemetery with wife Nancy Davis. The President and the First Lady visit Japan, China and South Korea.
The United States Presidential elections campaign in the United States. Democratic candidate Walter Mondale gives a speech during the campaign. His supporters holding banners. Picture of Mondale with his family. President Franklin D Roosevelt seated with officials. Walter Mondale elected captain of the football team in his school days. Mondale with his wife and three children. He spends time with his family playing and dinning outdoors. Mondale speaks with children. He also became a consumer protector. Walter Mondale in Georgia and Washington DC during the elections campaign. Officers take pictures. He travels to Louisiana and New Jersey during the campaign trip.
President of the United States Ronald Reagan's policies in the United States. President Ronald Reagan makes a speech about small business. People on a sidewalk. A man speaks about the failure of the minority business. President Reagan greets people and presents a momento. People praise president Reagan. Ronald Reagan delivers a speech in front of White House. People seated in garden listen to the President. People on sidewalk. Automobile traffic on road. The president speaks about the difference between a small business man and a large business man. A man presents his views on Reagan's policies towards small business man. Shops in a market place in an area of the United States with mostly Hispanic or Latin American owned small businesses.