FDR Addresses Congress

FDR Addresses Congress

President Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke of a peaceful nation, and he spoke with anxiety of other war-torn nations, during a joint session of Congress, in Washington, D.C., Jan. 3, 1940. The president said, "We do not have to go to war with other nations, but at least we can strive with other nations to encourage the kind of peace that will lighten the troubles of the world, and by so doing help out own nation as well." Behind the president is Speaker William Bankhead, and at right Vice President John Garner. (AP Photo)

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January 03, 1940 03:00:00 AM
February 11, 2009 12:51:09 AM
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William Bankhead, John Nance Garner, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Government and politics
Washington, DIST. OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES
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