On January 6th 1941 the United States’ President Franklin D.Roosevelt spoke to the U.S. Congress about the globally emerging principles of civil liberties. He mentioned the four fundamental freedoms of humankind, which later inspired the United Nations Charter: Freedom of speech and expression, Freedom of worship, Freedom from want, Freedom from Fear.
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