COLUMBIA — In 1790, President George Washington stood in front of a new nation and delivered the first State of the Union address. In 1923, Calvin Coolidge's voice could be heard in any American home with a radio. Two decades later, Harry S. Truman televised his goals for the nation. Now, the State of the Union address is going online.
State of the Union to broadcast on the Internet
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