Norman Rockwell’s Hokey America Is Looking Pretty Good Right Now

Vanity Fair
May 30, 2018
At the start of the Memorial Day weekend, the New-York Historical Society opened a praiseworthy exhibition called Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms. F.D.R., in his message to Congress in January 1941, urged the legislature to get involved in the war in Europe in order to protect four universal rights: freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. One year later, Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor had forced America into the war, and artists competed to put the president’s words into patriotic pictures. Read more…
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