'Pax Britannica' mearly refers to peaceful trading conditions, such as absense of piracy, not a lack of suffering amongst the common folk of the world.
Mass suffering has occured throughout history, folks--as have conflicts. When you compare all the risks of massive full-scale war
breaking out today
with all the risks then...
you get my earlier point.
...is "you would be erroneous" grammatically correct? Because I would think "your information
is erroneous" would be more appropriate.
As for Bacco and Section 31...I'd think Nan would surely suspect something by now. I wonder exactly what
was going through her mind as she learned that Ross was going to resign.
I'd put my money on "Now that
was a little suspicious...does Ross honestly
expect me to believe that someone with his
record of loyalty and integrity would assasinate
a president? There's more to this than meets the eye...I'm sure of it...."
"The saying implies but does not name the effective agency of its supposed utopia.... 'Needs and abilities' are, of course, subjective. So the operative statement may be reduced to 'the State shall take, the State shall give'."