President Franklin Roosevelt mopping his brow during a 'purge speech'. He was extolling the virtues of Rep. David J. Lewis, the Democratic Primary opponent of incumbent Senator Millard Tydings. Tydings was a target of FDR's 1938 'purge' of Democrats who opposed the New Deal. Maryland, Denton, Sept. 5, 1938.
Credit: Everett Collection
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