The State of the Union Address is delivered by the President of the United States annually to a joint session of Congress, with a unique pressure existing for those who were presidents in times of war.
Join Director of Education Jim Triesler as he examines the addresses given by Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt during World War One and World War Two.
Both presidents were striving to keep the United States out of wars which would eventually require the service of a reluctant American people. Both men dedicated their lives to guiding the world toward the path of peace.
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