Four Inaugural Addresses

Four Inaugural Addresses

Franklin D. Roosevelt COOK05051

The liner notes remind us that "From the deep depression of 1932 to the wartime temper of 1944, a single chief executive guided the United States. The qualities of leadership inspired by those troubled times are reflected in the inaugural addresses of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt." Hear the resolve in Roosevelt's voice as he attempts to address the many challenges to America during this era, and explains that while America may not recover instantaneously from her recent injuries, she must not make mistakes in attempting to rebuild "our solid structure of democracy" that reflect a falseness of heart or abandon moral principles.

Record Label Cook Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / Cook Records

Genre(s) American History
Country(s) United States
Subject(s) Documentary; World history
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101 First Inaugural Address, 3/4/33 Franklin D. Roosevelt 19:27
102 Fourth Inaugural Address, 1/20/45 Franklin D. Roosevelt 6:22
201 Second Inaugural Address, 1/20/37 Franklin D. Roosevelt 19:19
202 Third Inaugural Address, 1/20/41 Franklin D. Roosevelt 15:42
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