President Roosevelt addresses the American citizens on a Sabbath Day from the White House in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1936, February 23 Duration:2 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
President Franklin Roosevelt's address to the American citizens on a Sabbath Day from the White House in Washington DC. President Franklin Roosevelt sits by a fireplace in the White House. The President speaks to the citizens of America on the Sabbath Day which is observed as Brotherhood Day. He says that the good-neighbor idea, as in international relationships, should also be brought into community relationships. The well being of a family must depend on the well being of the neighbor's family. It is understanding and fellowship that leads to spiritual awakening. He says that the National Conference of Jews and Christians should act towards this purpose of neighborliness. Associations of Good Neighbors should be formed in every town and city and in every rural community. These a ssociations would be able to cross the lines of creed or of economic status and bind together the citizens of all kinds.
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