Q & A
By LUKE BARBRICK
For Churchill, history was a dynamic process rather than an inevitable course. To secure liberty in the future, this must be recognized.
Tags: Civilization, History, Human Nature, Knowledge, Liberty, Magna Carta, Socialism, The Fabians, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANDREW ROBERTS
The Green Party wants to ease stress with a four-day week. Churchill's methods would handle the problem effectively - and far more economically.
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
At Bradford, Yorkshire on 14 March 1912, Churchill made a contentious speech defending Irish Home Rule. Defying his Unionist opponents, he concluded: “If the Government and the Parliament of this great country and greater Empire is to be exposed to menace and brutality [for any] sinister and revolutionary purpose—then, gentlemen, I can only say to you let us go forward together and put these grave matters to the proof.”