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Four Freedoms
proposed four fundamental freedoms that people "everywhere in the world" ought to enjoy: Freedom of speech Freedom of worship Freedom from want Freedom from
Four Freedoms (Rockwell)
The Four Freedoms is a series of four oil paintings made in 1943 by the American artist Norman Rockwell. The paintings—Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship
Four Freedoms Award
his Four Freedoms speech to the United States Congress on January 6, 1941, as essential to democracy: "freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship
Four Freedoms Plaza
Four Freedoms Plaza is a fictional structure appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. It is depicted as being located in the Manhattan
Free software
software if people who receive a copy of the software have the following four freedoms. The numbering begins with zero, not only as a spoof on the common usage
Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park
Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park is a four-acre (1.6 ha) memorial to Franklin D. Roosevelt that celebrates the Four Freedoms he articulated in his
Four Freedoms Monument
The Four Freedoms Monument was commissioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt following his articulation of the "Four Freedoms" in his 1941 State of
European single market
of goods, capital, services, and people, known collectively as the "four freedoms". A number of potential EU accession candidates have stabilisation and
Four Freedoms (disambiguation)
(Norman Rockwell) Four Freedoms Award Four Freedoms Monument Four Freedoms Plaza Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park Four Freedoms of the European
United Nations Honour Flag
Flag (also termed the United Nations Flag, the Honour Flag, or the Four Freedoms Flag, with alternate spelling "Honor" also used) was a flag symbolizing