Clinton's radio address

President Clinton told Americans on Saturday that the "sea change" they voted for in November has begun, and said his economic plan is now moving speedily through Congress.

"We've made tough decisions, and now Congress is working with me to make them stick," Clinton said in his weekly radio address.

In his optimistic, upbeat address, Clinton did not mention his failed jobs bill or the troubles he is having reaching a consensus with Western allies on what to do to stop fighting in Bosnia. Instead, he stressed recent legislative successes - especially the House Ways and Means Committee's approval of his tax bill.

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