President F. Roosevelt Speech: Brotherhood Day
President Roosevelt spoke from his home in Hyde Park, New York, about the observance of Brotherhood Day. He urged Americans to… read more
President Roosevelt spoke from his home in Hyde Park, New York, about the observance of Brotherhood Day. He urged Americans to dedicate themselves to the values that unite everyone. He stressed that they must reach beyond differences and work toward a resurgence of religion in America. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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