Youth vote in 1984 Presidential elections in Washington DC. People in garden in front of white house. A couple talks. Army men man guns to protect the voters voting. People around the voting booth. A man instructs another old man near the voting booth. Women walk in a market place. People in restaurant. A boy speaks about his expectations from President. Troops disembark from a helicopter. The 1984 presidential election nominee Walter Mondale meets people while campaigning. Youngsters present their views.
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.
Presidential monuments in Washington DC. View of the Lincoln Memorial and Washington monument. Statue of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln memorial. Traffic on road. Exteriors of the Jefferson Memorial. Boats in the Tidal Basin. Statue of Thomas Jefferson inside the memorial. The Washington Monument. Flag of America atop the White House. People walk in a garden in front of the house.
Television broadcast of Henry Trewhitt answering to the questions from a studio in Washington DC. A A viewer from Hague asks whether people would be better off than they were four years ago. Henry Trewhitt answers to the questions stating that the President of the United States Ronald Wilson Reagan will be loyal to NATO. A rocket launching seen on a screen. He talks about the east west relationships and negotiations with the Soviet Union.
Television broadcast of Henry Trewhitt and Harry Ellis answering to the questions from a studio in Washington DC. A viewer asks a question from Belgrade. Cancun, Mexico: View of the coast of the city. President of the United States Ronald Wilson Reagan disembarks from the aircraft. The president with the officials. Harry Ellis speaks about the conference of industrial powers and of the developing nations. A viewer asks question from Oslo about the President's foreign policies to Nicaragua. People in Nicaragua. Henry Trewhitt states that the U.S. will not bear the socialist Sandinista government in Nicaragua. A viewer asks question from Seoul about America's trade policies. Harry Ellis speaks about the export of steel to Korea. Steel poles hooked are loaded on a transporter at dock. An overhead crane moves a furnace containing molten steel. Harry Ellis states that the president Reagan will work on protecting steel and automobile industry.
Television broadcast of Henry Trewhitt answering to the questions from a studio in Washington DC. A viewer asks a question from Geneva about Soviet Union's reaction on Ronald Wilson Reagan being reelected. Henry Trewhitt speaks about Ronald Reagan's foreign policy for Soviet Union. President of the United States Ronald Reagan speaks to a cheering crowd after his reelection victory for his second term as President of the United States. Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan on stage celebrating the victory, in Los Angeles, and thanking their supporters. People raise flags and cheer.