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Just the Best Literature

Just the Best Literature inspires you to not only read printed books, but to read only the best books. Besides books, host Dennis Leap will lead discussions on other current literature such as essays and important articles.


Host Dennis Leap and special guest Brad Macdonald discuss some of the positive achievements of Winston Churchill’s 60-year political career.

Host Dennis Leap, using information from Prof. J. Rufus Fears, discusses the history behind Mr. Churchill’s temporary political comeback after the Dardanelles disaster.

Host Dennis Leap discusses the reasons behind Mr. Churchill’s tumultuous political fall after the Dardanelles disaster. Most historians won’t mention the envy, slander and political lies unleashed against this political and military genius.

Host Dennis Leap discusses Winston Churchill’s involvement in the World War I battles at Antwerp and the Dardanelles, and he reads John McCrae’s poem, “In Flanders Fields.”

Host Dennis Leap discusses Winston Churchill’s successful plan to attain fame to create a pathway into politics, his passion for self-education, the Boer War, his entry into politics at age 26, and World War I.

Host Dennis Leap discusses Winston Churchill’s military education as his best asset as Prime Minister.

Host Dennis Leap and Deborah Leap discuss Randolph Churchill’s neglect of Winston, St. George’s School, Brighton, Winston’s unruly behavior, and the making of Winston Churchill’s leadership.

Host Dennis Leap and Deborah Leap discuss Victorian child rearing, Randolph Churchill’s lifestyle, his poor parenting, and his falling out with the prince of Wales.

Host Dennis Leap and Deborah Leap discuss the influence Mrs. Everest and Clementine Churchill had in the life of Sir Winston Churchill.

Host Dennis Leap and Deborah Leap discuss the influence of Jenny Jerome and Mrs. Everest in the life of Sir Winston Churchill.