Franklin D. Roosevelt waves during a rally at Chicago Stadium on Oct. 14, 1936, where he defended his New Deal policies by saying "the train of American business is moving ahead." Less than a month later, he defeated Kansas Governor Alfred Landon in a landslide for his second term in office.
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