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The Unyielding Spirit of Winston Churchill

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Townhall Review – June 22, 2024

In this special edition, we delve into the extraordinary life and legacy of Winston Churchill, one of the most consequential figures of the 20th century.

Dennis Prager invites historian Andrew Roberts to discuss his book, Churchill: Walking with Destiny, delving into Churchill’s unparalleled contributions as the UK’s Prime Minister during World War II.

Victor Davis Hanson and co-host Jack Fowler explore an alternate history, pondering what might have happened if Churchill had not taken on this pivotal role.

Hugh Hewitt and Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, examine Churchill’s prolific writing career, which includes over 50 volumes. They discuss how his literary works continue to inspire and educate future generations about leadership and resilience.

Hewitt and Arnn also focus on how Churchill addressed fundamental human questions. They reflect on Churchill’s ability to provide profound commentary even amidst the pressures of wartime leadership.

For more information, read Arrn’s book, Churchill’s Trial: Winston Churchill and the Salvation of Free Government.

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