The 1948 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Views of car and bus traffic on Broad Street in Philadelphia, with City Hall in the background. A sign hung over the street reads " Welcome, Democratic National Convention." A giant braying donkey head that can move is mounted above an entrance, welcoming Democratic Party delegates. A woman with a sign on her back that reads 'Ike' in support of U.S. Army General Dwight David Eisenhower. Posters and banners in support of General Eisenhower. Next scene shows delegates removing signs for Eisenhower and a group in support of Justice William Douglas holds up their signs. James Roosevelt (son of Franklin D. Roosevelt) gets off a train with his wife and smiles. A group of Douglas supporters walk behind him on the train platform. A large poster shows William Douglas and a a sign in a window reads 'Official headquarters'. Candidate Claude Pepper is seen talking with supporters. Women march with posters of Democratic presidential candidate Harry S. Truman. A man seated in a car. Statesmen including candidate Alben Barkley seen in discussion.
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