Roosevelt makes a speech about the democratic committee deficit at a charity dinner in Washington.
Titles read: "ROOSEVELT AT WASHINGTON DINNER".
Washington, Columbia, United States of America.
On Jackson Day we see President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor Roosevelt at a charity dinner "to eat up the democratic committee deficit". Roosevelt receives applause, then makes a speech about "the continuing menace of the comparatively small number of people who honestly believe in their superior right to influence and direct government". He says it is a case of a 96 inch dog being wagged by a 4 inch tail.