The George W. Bush Institute in partnership with the SMU’s Center for Presidential History, hosted a conversation at SMU’s McCord Auditorium in Dallas Hall about the role that freedom plays in the world today.
In 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt delivered his Four Freedoms address. The panelists hosted a lively discussion on what freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear mean 70 years later.
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