Five Memorable Moments

Five Memorable Moments

FILE - In this July 2, 1932, file photo, Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic nominee for President, thanks Louis Mc Howe, left, and James Farley, in Chicago, after delivering his acceptance speech before the democratic convention. Democrats have little hope of matching the fervor and historical import of their 2008 convention, when they made Barack Obama the first black presidential nominee of a major political party. One of the memorable moments from past conventions was Roosevelt inventing the tradition of the nominee coming to the convention to accept the nomination with a speech, instead of waiting for a formal ceremony weeks later. (AP Photo/File)

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July 02, 1932 12:00:00 AM
September 03, 2012 12:39:30 AM
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JULY 2, 1932, FILE PHOTO
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Political conventions, United States Presidential Election, Presidential elections, Elections, Government and politics, Events, National elections
Authority, Discussion, Hands, Partnership, Shaking, Sitting
Chicago, ILLINOIS, United States
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