Winston Churchill, Great Britain’s prime minister in the 1940s and 1950s, was undersecretary of the British navy during World War I. He said that the Allied victory in World War I had been “bought so dear [high in price] as to be indistinguishable from

1.Winston Churchill, Great Britain’s prime minister in the 1940s and 1950s, was undersecretary of the British navy during World War I.  He said that the Allied victory in World War I had been “bought so dear [high in price] as to be indistinguishable from defeat.”  What did he mean by this statement?  Use examples from the text to support your answer.

 

2.In what ways are individual persons affected by the global economy and threats to the environment?  

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Please make sure to cite your sources when writing this assignment.  Your response should not be your opinion but should be supported by relevant resources.  Your response should be a well developed paragraph of a minimum of 5-7 sentences and include at least one external source.