A United States of Europe or a Union of English-Speaking Peoples: Two Rival Models for the US and Britain

  • John Redwood


Winston Churchill set out his view of the development of a United Europe and the eventual union of the English-speaking peoples in two crucial speeches in 1946. The first was delivered on 5 March at Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri. In it he paid tribute to the enormous power of the United States and the way that power was used to further democratic purposes around the world. He regularly associated the UK with US aims and constantly referred to the English-speaking peoples.


Foreign Policy Security Policy Monetary Union European Economic Community British Government 
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