EI Weekly Listen — The importance of the individual in history by Vernon Bogdanor

Throughout the ages, oracles, journalists and political scientists have attempted to guess the course fate may take. But should they fail to take the specifics, particularly specific individuals, into account, they are doomed to fail. Read by Leighton Pugh.
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Winston Churchill raising his hat to the crowd in Quebec City after the Quadrant Conference in August 1943. Credit: CBW / Alamy Stock Photo.
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