FDR called it “freedom from want,” as the fourth freedom, is freedom from want. I do believe, even someone of modest origins like me, still had freedom from want. I never experienced want. You asked me earlier about my childhood, living in a bus. But that’s not the same thing as living in a bus and having to run from violence, or not having enough to eat. It’s a very different kind of thing. So those are my sort of twin definitions of being an American, is a certain amount of protection from vulnerability around want. And then the civil and political liberties that we have. It’s terrific to be able to write what you want, and say you want and, and I’ve done that my whole life.