Roosevelt's idea of a second Bill of Rights.

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In 1944, Franklin Delano Roosevelt thought the United States government was in need of a bit of an overhaul. He knew few who served alongside him would support his new vision for the country, so he pitched his idea for a second bill of rights to the American public during his 1944 State of the Union address.Unlike the Bill of Rights, which ensured citizens’ freedom by limiting government action, FDR’s second bill of rights called for greater government action for social and economic stability. He called for

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Cold-Mind says2014-05-19T06:18:00.5135566-05:00
Second bill of rights is a good ideal, but US is far away from achieving it. We need to make government stop violating our first bill of rights, then we can talk about 2nd bill.
vivia says2014-06-24T07:31:55.2196358-05:00
He called for ......What?

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