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In his 1941 Four Freedoms speech justifying America's possible entry into World War II, President Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed that freedom meant "the supremacy of human rights everywhere: The 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights codified and defined the concept of human rights in international law.
Roosevelt's Four Freedoms speech, designed by the late renowned architect, Louis I.