Framed by the Manhattan skyline, Hillary Clinton will on Saturday lay out her vision for the United States in the first big rally of her bid to become president next year – and evoke her political heroine, Eleanor Roosevelt.
Clinton will address supporters in New York, the state that in 2000 elected her as its first female senator, in the middle of the East River on Roosevelt Island, with views of the United Nations, perhaps an intentional nod to her most famous speech, when she spoke on women’s rights in 1995 at a UN conference.
There, Clinton will deliver the speech at Four Freedoms Park, a memorial to President Franklin D Roosevelt, named after a speech he gave in 1941 to a nation months away from declaring war on Japan, in which he articulated four fundamental rights: freedom of speech and worship, and freedom from want and fear.
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