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.