FDR wins nomination

After winning the Democratic nomination on July 1, 1932, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT005656" title="Franklin Delano Roosevelt" href="/topic/politics/franklin-delano-roosevelt-PEPLT005656.topic">Franklin D. Roosevelt</a> broke precedent and flew to Chicago to address the Democratic convention. Here he accepts congratulations from the Democratic donkey. Seated next to Roosevelt is Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak.
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After winning the Democratic nomination on July 1, 1932, Franklin D. Roosevelt broke precedent and flew to Chicago to address the Democratic convention. Here he accepts congratulations from the Democratic donkey. Seated next to Roosevelt is Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak.

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