WASHINGTON -- President Obama is set to deliver what the White House calls a "major address" on the economy tomorrow morning at Georgetown University.
"The President will discuss how each step his administration has taken to confront this economic crisis fits within his broader vision of how we move this economy from recession to recovery and ultimately to prosperity," according to a White House advisory. "He will also speak about the significant work that remains to be done to get the economy moving forward once again."
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