Second inaugural address delivered by U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt in Washington DC, USA.
Washington DC USA Date:1937, January 20 Duration:6 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt delivers his inaugural address in Washington DC, USA. In his address he makes the following remarks, 'Dulled conscience, irresponsibility and ruthless self-interest may become portents of disaster. The test of progress is not making rich more richer but providing for those who have too little. Comfort, Opportunism, and Timidity should not be accepted. America will go to seek economic and political progress as a nation. All efforts must be made to maintain a democracy'. Crowd cheers and band plays American National Anthem. President Roosevelt and Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes along with other dignitaries stand on balcony of East Portico of the United States Capitol.
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