This article concerns President Roosevelt's timeless faceoff with fear from the inaugural podium in the depths of the Great Depression. After surveying the dire national emergency that faced the new administration more than eight decades ago, the article draws lessons about sound rhetoric for today's legal writers.
Douglas E. Abrams,
"Fear Itself": What Legal Writers Can Learn From FDR's Iconic Moment, 74 Journal of the Missouri Bar 148
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