Doubling down in Boston

My latest for The Rebel: On this day in 1774 the British government dug itself an even deeper hole with the Port of Boston Act, crushing the liberties of Massachusetts citizens angry at having their liberties crushed. It’s a classic case of the state, unable to see its mistakes let alone admit them, compounding them instead and tumbling into disaster.

The audio-only version is available here: [podcast title="Rebel audio, March 31"][/podcast]

History, PodcastJohn Robson