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Thoughts and Adventures
By PAUL K. ALKON
Churchill’s affinity for scientific techniques, themes and writers significantly proclaims his openness toward the future—and its perils.
Tags: H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Karel Capek, Olaf Stapledon, Paul K. Alkon, Thoughts and Adventures, Winston S. Churchill, “Fifty Years Hence”, “Shall We All Commit Suicide?”,
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 Larry P. Arnn
Churchill loved war. His spirit rose when it came. He fought on battlefields with a mixture of dash and calm courage. He directed wars in cabinet rooms with the moral courage and unflinching nerve that yields the best decisions. But Churchill loved something else better than he loved war. He loved peace. He loved freedom. He loved governments that protected the rights of their people and operated only with their consent.
Tags: Charles de Gaulle, Chartwell Society, Franklin Roosevelt, Larry P. Arnn, The Battle of Omdurman, The River War, The World Crisis, Thoughts and Adventures, Winston S. Churchill,