The US-UK Special Relationship: A Study in Liberty
The 'Special Relationship' is a phrase used to describe the close relations between the United Kingdom and the United States. The purpose of this conference was to understand the causes and circumstances that furthered the special relationship and with it the cause of liberty.
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