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In this EDSITEment lesson, students become familiar with the substance, context, subtext, and significance of the most famous portion of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's 1941 State of the Union Address--also known as the Four Freedoms speech. Students reach an understanding of the influence of political rhetoric and oratory on the ongoing process of refining our definitions of freedom, and learn to explain, on a very rudimentary level, longstanding theoretical debates over the scope and meaning of freedom. At the conclusion of the lesson, students can locate FDR, the United States Constitution, and their own attitudes within the context of these debates.
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