Churchill’s Machiavellian Move That Made Him Prime Minister

by | Aug 11, 2021

In war, State power is pushed to its ultimate, and, under the slogans of “defense” and “emergency,” it can impose a tyranny upon the public such as might be openly resisted in time of peace. War thus provides many benefits to a State, and indeed every modern war has brought to the warring peoples a permanent legacy of increased State burdens upon society.

Murray N. Rothbard

Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature, pp. 80–81

Citations:

1. Human Smoke by Nicholson Baker (2009)

2. The Gathering Storm by Winston Churchill (1948)

3. Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War by Pat Buchanan (2008)

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