Churchill never played the game of arm-wrestling war, which many of us create everywhere.
He didn’t need to be known as a winner. He needed “to do what’s required.”
Therefore, Churchill didn’t use the winners’ tool – fight, but the opposite tool – cooperation.
(As much as the leaders involved were able to, anyway.
Stalin, for instance, wasn’t known for his cooperative character.
Nevertheless, the Allies couldn’t have won without cooperation.)
Because cooperation, essentially, is the opposite of war.
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