Franklin D. Roosevelt Quote

If we lose that sacred fire — if we let it be smothered with doubt and fear — then we shall reject the destiny which Washington strove so valiantly and so triumphantly to establish. The preservation of the spirit and faith of the Nation does, and will, furnish the highest justification for every sacrifice that we may make in the cause of national defense.


Third Inaugural Address (January 20, 1941)

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If we lose that sacred fire — if we let it be smothered with doubt and fear — then we shall reject the destiny which Washington strove so...

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If we lose that sacred fire — if we let it be smothered with doubt and fear — then we shall reject the destiny which Washington strove so...

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If we lose that sacred fire — if we let it be smothered with doubt and fear — then we shall reject the destiny which Washington strove so...

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If we lose that sacred fire — if we let it be smothered with doubt and fear — then we shall reject the destiny which Washington strove so...