In Washington, D.C., President Franklin Delano Roosevelt speaks about the achievements of the 75th congress. He sits reading at a desk from papers and speaks into a microphone about how this congress was one of the most bipartisan and productive congresses in the history of the United States. President Roosevelt states that he has figures to show that wages have increased and that employment has gone up due to Government assistance. He concludes that overall most Americans have better lives due to Government action.

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