Remarks recorded by George W. Bush for the Hall of Presidents at Magic Kingdom Park, Walt Disney World, Florida

Probably recorded by Walt Disney staff during a meeting with the President in early 2001. These lines were a part of the attraction presentation from 2001 to 2009.

My fellow Americans, when we look back on the history of this country, we see a record of almost unbelievable energy, sacrifice, hard work; of impossible dreams that our ancestors dreamed and made real. We see injustice, too, that weighs on our hearts even today. But for every injustice there has always been a voice crying out to right it. And America has always listened to those voices. We're listening today. And perhaps it falls to us, to this first generation of 21st century Americans, to say, once and for all, that no child, no race, no creed, no ethnic community will ever again be left out of the American dream. Through education, through the opportunity to work and to enjoy the fruits of that work, we can open every closed door, expand the horizons of all Americans. Again and again, we return to the same simple principles: freedom, equality. The freedom to create, to prosper, to dream. Equality before the law, in the workplace, and a chance for a better life. And each time, in the process, America grows stronger. The beacon of democracy grows brighter. The world looks with new astonishment at what free people can do. "We the People" are just getting started.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).