This security for the individual and for the family concerns itself primarily with three factors.
Our task involves the making of a better living out of the lands that we have.
So, also, security was attained in the earlier days through the interdependence of members of families upon each other and of the families within a small community upon each other.
You are completing a work begun in March 1933, which will be regarded for a long time as a splendid justification of the vitality of representative government.
I greet you and express once more my appreciation of the cooperation which has proved so effective.
Only a small number of the items of our program remain to be enacted and I am confident that you will pass on them before adjournment.