'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...."