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What did Winston Churchill say about democracy?

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What did Winston Churchill say about democracy?

Misquotes:

Many times what people say is taken out of context There are or simply misquoted, giving it a meaning that was not intended by the original speaker. There are also many quotes that are completely fabricated that are attributed to prominent people.

Winston Churchill Facts:

  • Winston Churchill was a politician and leader who is best known for his role as Prime Minister of Great Britain for the majority of World War II.
  • Churchill was prime minister from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955 and a leader of the Conservative Party in Great Britain.
  • Winston Churchill warned the world of the threat of Communism and its totalitarian ideology in his famous "Iron Curtain" speech that he delivered while out of power in 1946.

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Many people have heard that Churchill said that democracy was the 'worst form of government.' This is an example of a part of a quote taken out of...

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Who Was Winston Churchill? - Biography, Facts & Speeches
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