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In this lesson, students are introduced to the context, substance, and significance of FDR's four freedoms speech through primary source analysis. Students will view primary source photographs of the effects of the Nazi blitzkrieg campaign again Britain, primary source cartoons criticizing American neutrality in WWII, primary source audio of FDR's four freedoms speech, Normal Rockwell's corresponding artwork, and a primary source pie chart and photograph of the Lend-Lease Act. Critical thinking questions are embedded within the powerpoint to check for student understanding. Finally, National Archives primary source analysis worksheets may be used to accompany analysis of the materials.