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|Named Person:||Claude Augustus Swanson; James A Farley; Lewis W Douglas; Franklin D Roosevelt|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.|
Originally released as the fourth story in the issue.
Volume and issue number and release date (date of distribution to theater) from Hearst Corporation records.
Rights held by UCLA Film and Television Archive.
|Contents:||Shot description: Closeup of Senator Swanson. Closeup of James A. Farley, Roosevelt's choice for Postmaster General. The new Director of the Budget, Lewis W. Douglas of Arizona, addresses the camera from his desk: "It is upon a balanced budget that the credit of the United States government depends, and it is upon the unimpaired credit of this government that recovery, in large measure, rests, and accomplishment of the task means re-employment and a return of prosperity."|