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The possibility of freedom from fear has change over time, since all the things needs to change, as the greater part of the progressions are beneficial or terrible, in light of the fact that now they have distinctive approach to think. In Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s speech, he is addressing to the individuals who stand with the fear of the war approaching before them; the individuals who have just barely recuperated from the dangers and hardships of the depression. In the depression these individuals saw everyone influenced by the economy, not just only the poor people but poor and rich alike. Most of these individuals unquestionably would fear what the war could do to every one of them, and would no doubt fear in making some sort of activity related with the war. Yet, Roosevelt addresses them saying, "The need existing apart from everything else is that our actions and our policies should be devoted primarily almost exclusively to meeting this outside danger. For all our domestic issues is currently a part of the great emergency.”

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