President Roosevelt addresses American citizens on Brotherhood Day from the White House in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1936, February 23 Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
President Franklin Roosevelt's address to the citizens of the United States on a Sabbath Day from the White House in Washington DC . President Franklin Roosevelt sits by a fireplace in the White House. The President addresses the citizens of America on the Sabbath Day which is observed as Brotherhood Day. He says that this is not the time to gain from religious differences but to gain from religious understanding. The citizens who have faith should remain binded together. The main religious issue is not between the various beliefs, but it is between belief and unbelief. It is all faith that is brought into question. Religion in different parts of the world is against irreligion. It is because of this challenge that all citizens must be able to cross the lines of creed and class and be bound together.
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