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Campaign Speech - Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936
During the 1936 campaign for the American Presidency, President Roosevelt answered the attacks on the New Deal with verve, as in the Chicago speech of October 14, an excerpt of which is reprinted below.

Roosevelt, Franklin D. "Campaign Speech Chicago, October 14, 1936." Great Speeches. Ed. John Grafton. Dover Thrift ed. New York: Dover Publications, 1999. 52-56. Print.

When Roosevelt refers to "freight loadings" in lines 33, what he means is


scales used to weigh goods being shipped.


items shipped on a plane from one location to another.


taxes affiliated with goods shipped by railroad.


items shipped on a train from one location to another.

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