do a compare/contrast essay of "four freedoms" and "welcoming remarks"

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For this assessment you must demonstrate your ability to think and read critically by writing a four paragraph, compare contrast analysis essay. You will use one of the critical analysis perspectives from the lesson.

  1. Review President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's "Four Freedoms" speech and President Barack Obama's "Welcoming Remarks" speech.

Use both speeches to answer one of the following analysis questions:

Has the idea of "freedom from fear" changed over time? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.

Is the "freedom from fear" a concern for both men and women equally? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.

Are the poor and the wealthy equally concerned about the "freedom from fear"? Compare and contrast both speeches to answer this question.

  • Organize your four paragraphs using the "Wedding Cake" model you learned about.
  • Compose your compare contrast essay using direct evidence from the text. Be sure to include commentary and insights from your personal experiences, observations, and other readings.
  • Look at a sample of this assignment. See the sample.

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Marrie
School: Boston College

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Running head: FREEDOM FROM FEAR

Freedom from Fear
Institutional Affiliation
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FREEDOM FROM FEAR

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In January 1942, President Roosevelt delivered America’s voice for democracy through
his speech about the four freedoms. He identified these freedoms as; freedom of speech, freedom
of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. Roosevelt declared these freedoms as the
basis of a new moral order and that it was a must for these freedoms to prevail in every part of
the world. President Obama, in his welcoming remarks, gave a speech that also leaned much on
the side of democracy, in which he quoted the importance of specific freedoms to the people of
America and the entire world, with the freedom from fear an example. After an analysis and
comparison of Roosev...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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