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03.04 FREE FROM FEAREconomic/Political AnalysisWhen we look at The Four Freedoms speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt alongside the Welcoming Remarks by President Obama, we may even see that they could produce slightly different answers to the same questions. The people who might have heard FDR’s speech were, I believe all equally concerned at the threat the war posed, whetherthey were rich or poor. The might have heard Obama’s speech may need been slightly more insensitive to what ‘freedom from fear’ can really feel like desire when you fear. In FDR’s speech, he's addressing country who stand with the dread of the war looming before them; country who have hardly recovered from the perils and hardships of the Depression. within the depression these people saw everybody tormented by the economy, not just the poor people but poor and rich alike. Most all of those people without a doubt would fear what the war could do to all or any of them, and would little question fear making some reasonably action associated with the war. But Roosevelt