One of the signs of a great society is the diligence with which it passes culture from one generation to the next. This culture is the embodiment of everything the people of that society hold dear. When one generation no longer esteems its own heritage and fails to pass the torch to its children, it is saying in essence that the very foundational principles and experiences that make the society what it is are no longer valid. What is required when this happens and the society has lost its way is for leaders to arise who have not forgotten the discarded legacy and who love it with all their hearts.
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Winston Churchill, geboren in Woodstock (1874) was een Brits staatsman bekend vanwege de rol die hij tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog heeft gespeeld als premier.