Great Britain & its Place in the World Today

By R. J. Rushdoony , Otto Scott
November 09, 1990

The significance of Great Britain in our time is this.  We may disagree with Margaret Thatcher on a number of points. Her foreign policy, for example, is not to my liking. But basically in a world that is racing towards destruction, racing to what Bush and Gorbachev and Mitterrand and others call a new world order, there is one person who is a head of state who is resisting this trend to a considerable degree. That is Mrs. Thatcher.  As a result, what takes place in Britain is of importance to all of us.