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Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Today we seek a moral basis for peace.... It cannot be a lasting peace
if the fruit of it is oppression, or starvation, cruelty, or human life
dominated by armed camps. It cannot be a sound peace if small
nations must live in fear of powerful neighbors. It cannot be a moral
peace if freedom from invasion is sold for tribute.


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