Queen Elizabeth II Address to Congress (1991)

Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain addressed a joint meeting of Congress during her 13-day visit to the United States, her first trip to the U.S. since 1976. The Queen discussed “the spirit of democracy” that is shared by the U.S. and Great Britain and mentioned several instances during the 20th century in which the U.S. and Great Britain fought for the same cause, calling for the two countries to continue to fight for common values through the “social instrument” of the United Nations.

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