Before the U.S. entered World War II Franklin D. Roosevelt talked about the four freedoms Americans (well...really all people) should have. After World War I the United States had a long period of Isolationism. Just like today no one wanted to go to war. After the Speech many members of "the Greatest Generation" realized that these freedoms were truly the fabric of what makes America great.
Based on this speech the great painter Norman Rockwell came up with paintings to depict each freedom. Today, as many freedoms around the world are being taken away from those who only wish to live their lives the way they see fit, maybe it is time to bring these paintings back.
It may just remind some Americans what truly is worth fighting for. Each one of these freedoms is being eroded oversees as well as here at home. Never Forget!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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