In this speech to graduating seniors at St. Raphael's Academy, Fogarty wove together themes of Christian virtue and American democracy; he urged his listeners to hold on to their ideals and dreams, even as the war might try to tear them apart, because the post-war world would belong to their generation.. Address delivered by the Honorable John. E. Fogarty, Member of Congress from the Second Rhode Island District, at the Commencement Exercises at Saint Raphael's Academy in Providence, Rhode Island, on Monday, June 7, 1943.
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