President Franklin Delano Roosevelt addresses congress on the State of the Nation in Washington D.C. Members of congress clap as President Roosevelt speaks about labor standards and outlawing child labor. He advocates for uniform wages and practices in factories. President Roosevelt concludes by stating businesses need to engage in better practices and not act like members of the underworld. Alex Troyanovsky, the first Soviet ambassador to the United States arrives in New York city. The title card has two arms shaking hands from the flags of the U.S. and the Soviet Union.The steam ship Washington pulls into port in front of the New York City skyline. William C. Bullitt, the first U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union states that the Soviet Union has a desire to work with the United States and that Troyanovsky will be received warmly. Troyanovsky talks about how he is excited to meet President Roosevelt and looks forward to doing his best to improve relations between the United States and Soviet Union.