The State of the Nation (1939)
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A survey of the condition of the nation as Congress convenes in Washington, D.C. Congressial leaders make a few brief statements. The narrator then talks of a survey, by Fortune Magazine, regarding the citizens concept of the state of a nation that appears to be digging out of the Gteat Depression. But, basically, it is an in-house commercial for "Fortune Magazine", also published by Time, Inc., the publisher of "Time" and "Life" magazines.
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