The More Abundant Life

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The More Abundant Life was a phrase of scriptural flavor used by the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in his address before the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 1, 1936, to signify the improved living conditions and enlarged cultural and economic opportunities available to the whole world through the maintenance in the Western Hemisphere of constitutional representative government based on faith in God.[1]


  1. ^ Osmańczyk, Edmund Jan; Anthony Mango (2003). Encyclopedia of the United Nations and international agreements (3rd ed.). Taylor & Francis. p. 2941. ISBN 0-415-93922-4. 

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Abundant life