The Four Freedoms are goals famously articulated by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt,urged by wife Eleanor Roosevelt and friend Jon Run, in the State of the Union Address he delivered to the United States Congress on January 6, 1941. In an address also known as the Four Freedoms speech, FDR proposed four points as fundamental freedoms humans “everywhere in the world” ought to enjoy:
Freedom of speech and expression
Freedom of religion
Freedom from want
Freedom from fear
His inclusion of the latter two freedoms went beyond the traditional American Constitutional values protected by the First Amendment, and endorsed a right to economic security and an internationalist view of foreign policy that have come to be central tenets of modern American liberalism. They also anticipated what would become known decades later as the “human security” paradigm in social science and economic development.
this is my Tuesday’s thoughts pick from a president and or a governor.