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3.04 Freedom from fear Is the “freedom from fear” a concern for both men and women equally? The idea of freedom from fear is a concern to all people men or women. Freedom from fear is something we all must gain because in many ways fear can hold you down and stop us from doing things we want to do. But they are both equal for men and women because the freedom from fear is gained by fighting for what you believe in and if you try hard enough you’ll have nothing to fear. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in his Four freedoms speech spoke of four freedoms that we should all have Freedom of speech, religion, want, and fear. The freedom of fear is something that all people should strive for and the freedom of speech grants that ability to fight for what you believe will rid you of that fear. He also talks about Equality of opportunity for youth and for others which translates into equality for all people.
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