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Has the idea of “freedom from fear” changed over time? Compare and contrast both speeches to answerthis question.The idea of ‘freedom from fear” is still the same, the perspectives from both presidents’ shows similar beliefs in the security and the future of the country. Both presidents believe in the well-being of the country and everyone who is in it and both in seeing everyone as one. Their speeches shows goal and hopes that they have to make sure everyone feels safe in the country. Though they may have similar beliefs how they choose to address their beliefs seem to differ.In Franklin D. Roosevelt’s speech he believes that we are one nation but he also believes that expecting to gain true independence back with not be the key to our safety. He believes one we can be softhearted but we cannot lose focus we have to stay on track and think strongly. In his eyes we don’t choose the when and the methods of their attacks, this can cause great danger to our future. Together we have rights and we share them, we placed everything into the hands of