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The Fragile Frame of FreedomExamining the Meaning(s) of Freedom in America9-10 Grade Band Text SetLine of Inquiry:In this text set, students will explore fiction and nonfiction texts that are connected through a common idea: “Does freedom always mean the same thing?” The anchor text, Four FreedomsSpeech, appeals to Americans’ beliefs about freedom. Roosevelt explains how the idea of individual freedom and human rights extends throughout the world. He uses this speech to alert Congress and thenation to the necessity of war. The related texts in this set offer different perspectives on what freedom means to others, further exploring the question, “Is the idea of freedom specific to certain times and places or are there ideas of freedom that are universal?”N/AFour Freedoms Series By: Norman RockwellText Type: ArtworkRockwell, Norman. Four Freedoms Series. 1943. Paintings. Norman Rockwell Museum, n.p..This Norman Rockwell series of paintings was published in the Saturday Evening Post during World War II. The Office of War Information later issued the series as posters for an incentive for War bond purchasers.