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By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
The Liberal Party's enlightened ideas on taxation and liberty were understood by Churchill, Hill writes: but not, unfortunately, by many of his colleagues.
Tags: Andrew MacLaren, Anne-Robert Turgot, Charles Trevelyan, David Lloyd George, Henry Campbell Bannerman, Henry George, Herbert Asquith, John Morley, Malcolm Hill, Minimum Standard, New Deal, Parliament Act 1911, The People’s Rights, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANTOINE CAPET
Sphinx editors in Brussels were steeped in the war as Churchill described it. Their volumes offer a splendid collection of wartime photographs.
Tags: Anthony Eden, Antoine Capet, Éditions Le Sphinx, Frank Salisbury, Franklin Roosevelt, H.H. Kitchener, Mary SOames, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANDREW MACLAREN
Attracted by the works of Henry George, the young Churchill asked: Can justice only be achieved at the expense of individual liberty?
Tags: Andrew MacLaren, Free Trade, Henry Campbell Bannerman, Henry George, Herbert Asquith, The People’s Budget, The People’s Rights, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANTOINE CAPET
Many students of his canon consider that the hero is Churchill as he liked to imagine himself then. An appreciator of beauty and fine living, Savrola cannot live "in dreamy quiet and philosophic calm in some beautiful garden, far from the noise of men" while the life of the nation is at stake. "'Vehement, high and daring,' was his cast of mind. The life he lived was the only one he could ever live; he must go on to the end." Forty years later the novelist would exhort his countrymen: "We shall go on to the end....We shall never surrender."