I think the idea of the Four Freedoms is maybe one we should consider bringing back. Roosevelt's original idea (and even Norman Rockwell's idea) is not the freedom of the isolated self-reliant individualist cleaning his gun out in the wilderness. It is what the Greeks called the freedom of the city, the freedom created by a social compact, a mutual agreement to respect the consciences and liberties of individuals, while at the same time cooperating to protect all the members of the community from the tyrannies of poverty and insecurity.
Something to think about as health insurance reform eventually peters out.
Here are some samples from Roosevelt's speech, the State of the Union address, January 6, 1941: