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03.04 Free From Fear Are the poor and the wealthy equally concerned about the "freedom from fear"? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.Brief Introduction:The poor and the rich are not on the same playing field when it comes to “freedom from fear,” since the poor live based offtheir day to day fears including that of money. The rich dont have to worry as their burdens are not heavily supported by economics. Both speeches, “The Four Freedoms” by President Roosevelt and “Welcoming Remarks” by President Obama state the demand and necessity for job opportunities to be fairly spread among the rich and the poor. Both speeches encourage that this will end the differences between these social classes as well as the ‘special privileges’ of the upper class. Analysis of First Text Paragraph:The “Four Freedoms” speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt stated such assumptions to liberate the poor in an economical standard or well equalize the opportunities available for both the poor and the rich. He begins by noting “the basic things expected bu our people of their