On “keep calm and carry on”


«[Churchill] needed the men to go to war. The women to work the factories. And their children to be sent, often alone, to the countryside. To fight an enemy isn’t some mental Zen or soothing lies from leaders. It isn’t drinking more tea. A war effort isn’t calm, and he knew that.»

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