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“history of the english-speaking peoples”
By WINSTON S. CHURCHILL
On the Mayflower, 1620: “In the presence of God, and one of another, [we] covenant and combine ourselves…for our better ordering and preservation…”
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By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
It is a tribute to this book, and those who saw it into print, that a memory of two unforgettable spirits is so eloquently presented.
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By ANDREW ROBERTS
Sharing Churchill’s appreciation of the wisdom of Edmund Burke, Andrew Roberts compares the two great figures, and wonders what they’d make of Brexit.
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