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Americanism

Roosevelt, Franklin D. "Americanism." 1920 Vice-Presidential Acceptance Speech. Hyde Park, New York. 19 Aug. 1920. Pastdaily.com. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

In lines 24-27, when FDR says,

"It is that same vision of the higher outlook of national and individual life which will, I am sure, lead us to demand that the men who represent us in the affairs of government shall be more than politicians; that they shall subordinate always the individual ambitions and the party advantage to the national good."

What kind of men does FDR say we should demand?

A

Ambitious.

B

Subordinates.

C

Demanding.

D

Selfless.

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