The Four Freedoms

In 1941, on the eve of the nation’s entry into World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke to Congress and the world. In the speech, he outlined four universal freedoms that people around the world deserved. The Four Freedoms shows why these freedoms were important to fight for then—and why they’re worth protecting today.

Cover: Freedom to Worship
Cover: Freedom from Want
Cover: Freedom of Speech and Expression
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Freedom from Fear
Freedom from Want
Freedom of Speech and Expression
Freedom to Worship
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The Four Freedoms

In 1941, on the eve of the nation’s entry into World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke to Congress and the world. In the speech, he outlined four universal freedoms that people around the world deserved. The Four Freedoms shows why these freedoms were important to fight… View →