- "Our Fight for Democracy"
- Index of book
- Preface of "Our Fight for Democracy"
- Book - Order Form
- Introduction - The Meaning of Democracy
- Roman Britain to Magna Carta - 1215
- Parliament to the Divine Right of Kings 1216 to 1603
- Monarchy to a Republic and back 1603-1685
- Bill of Rights to the American War of Independence - 1685 to 1780
- Pitt the Younger to Catholic Emancipation - 1780 to 1830
- The Great Reform Act and its aftermath - 1830 to 1860
- The Second Reform Act to the end of the Century 1860 to 1900
- The Twentieth Century - Votes for women at last - 1900 to 1928
- Constitutional Crisis to the present - 1929 to date
Monday, October 30, 2017
Which side of the fence do you sit on?
If you ever wondered what side of the fence you sit on, this is a good test!
If a Conservative supporter doesn't like guns, they don't buy one.
If a Labour supporter doesn't like guns, they want all guns outlawed.
If a Conservative is a vegetarian, they don't eat meat.
If a Labour is a vegetarian, they want all meat products banned for everyone.
If a Conservative is gay, they quietly lead their life.
If a Labour is gay, they demand legislated respect.
If a Conservative is down-and-out, they think about how to better their situation.
If a Labour is down and out they wonder who is going to take care of them.
If a Conservative doesn't like a talk show, they switch channels.
If a Labour doesn’t like a talk show they demand that those they don't like should be banned.
If a Conservative is a non-believer, they don't go to church.
If a Labour is a non-believer they want any mention of God and religion silenced
If a Conservative reads this, they'll forward it so their friends can have a good laugh.
If a Labour reads this they will delete it because they're "offended."