Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms

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I was lying down on Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park at Roosevelt Island. Then I saw a familiar man sitting on a weird-looking wheelchair, facing the East River. I called him to grab his attention and boldly asked, “can you believe that this island and park were named after you?” President Roosevelt was speechless. Trying to break the silence, I said, “I have gained more insights into the meaning of freedom when I learned about you in class. Every time I visit this place, I always ponder the Four Freedoms you mentioned.” A charismatic individual, Roosevelt slowly closed his eyes. Then he gave me a hopeful look. His eye contact somehow captivated me; maybe millions of Americans felt the same during his presidency. I asked, “do you

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