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2048 by John Kirk Boyd

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CHAPTER 3

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President Franklin Roosevelt giving his Four Freedoms speech before the U.S. Congress in 1941

Five Freedoms for All

One of the most pernicious myths is that peace and prosperity are hopelessly complicated and unattainable. 2048 dispels myths. This is untrue. Peace and prosperity can be attained through the realization of five basic fundamental freedoms, for all people, everywhere in the world. They are: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, freedom for the environment, and freedom from fear. Of course, other rights are needed too, but these five fundamental freedoms establish a framework within which other rights ...

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