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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 the lines,

"Men of all parties served in our armed forces. Men and women of all parties served the government at home. They strived honestly, as Americans, not as mere partisans. Republicans and Democrats alike worked in administrative positions, raised Liberty Loans, administered food control, toiled in munitions plants, built ships," (lines 10-14)

FDR is attempting to appeal to the pride of

A

Republicans and Democrats.

B

Americans.

C

Partisans.

D

the Armed Forces.

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