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By PATRICK J.C. POWERS
Savrola voices Churchill’s fundamental political and ethical principles at the very moment when he settled on them for the rest of his life.
Tags: A.L. Rowse, Anthony Hope, Aristotle, Arthur Schopenhauer, Benjamin Disraeli, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Edward Gibbon, H. Rider Haggard, J.E.C. Welldon, Joseph Conrad, Lady Randolph Churchill, Munich crisis, Patrick J.C. Powers, Plato, Savrola, Socrates, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Winston S. Churchill,
By JOSHUA WAECHTER
Prudence, Aristotle’s primary quality of statesmen was well demonstrated by Churchill at the Admiralty in the years leading up to the First World War.
Tags: Alfred von Tirpitz, Aristotle, Barbara Tuchman, Battle of Jutland, Benjamin Disraeli, David Lloyd George, Edward Grey, First World War, George Callaghan, H.H. Asquith, High Seas Fleet, John Burns, John Jellicoe, John Morley, Joshua Waechter, Lord Salisbury, Patrick Buchanan, Royal Navy, Triple Entente, William Ewart Gladstone, Winston S. Churchill,
By LARRY P. ARNN
Churchill is interested in the ultimate ground of human freedom. He is the guardian of that freedom, of the right to be fully human: Man is spirit.
Tags: Anthony Montague Browne, Aristotle, Larry P. Arnn, The World Crisis, Thomas Aquinas, Thoughts and Adventures, Winston S. Churchill, “Man is Spirit”,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
These are just a few of the classical authors Churchill read in his self-education as a young man. They form an adjunct to the more recent and direct inspirations, the figures of more recent centuries.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Aristotle, Bourke Cockran, Cicero, Duke of Marlborough, Georges Clemenceau, Great Contemporaries, Horatio Nelson, John Morley, Justin Lyons, Leo Strauss, Lord Randolph Churchill, Napoleon, Paul Rahe, Plato, Richard M. Langworth, Shakespeare, Socrates, Thucydides, War of Spanish Succession, Winston S. Churchill, Xenophon,
By LARRY P. ARNN
Never Flinch, Never Weary, 1951-1965 is the twenty-third volume of documents in the official biography of Winston Churchill. Together with the narrative texts, the work comprises thirty-one volumes in all. It is the last step in a journey that began over half a century ago, but prepared for decades earlier.
Tags: Agathon, Antoine Capet, Aristotle, Bodleian Libraries, Clement Attlee, Larry P. Arnn, Mandell Creighton, Martin Gilbert, Randolph S. Churchill, Richard M. Langworth, Soren Geiger, Warren Fisher, Winston S. Churchill,