The first English Parliament with elected representatives called by Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester during the rule of King Henry III, convened in the gallery at Westminster on 20 January 1265. Gavin and Wyatt engage in a spirited debate in the Parliament chambers as John participates in a vigorous search in the radio library. There is no need for argument during radio show and you are invited to gather and tune in to Crosscurrents, 1/20 at 8 am.
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- “So what we’re seeing here is a giant step — a beautiful step — backward in time, where we’re remembering that there is no us versus them. There’s only us, and we are the people, and the people are the police."