Sunday quotes (28)
A series of quotes relevant to the environment and/or campaigning.
This week’s quote is from Linda Colley (born 1949).
Although Britain has, since 1653, had nothing approaching a single, codified constitution, it did for a very long time possess a broad cult of constitutional writing. The Petition of Right of 1628, like the Bill of Rights of 1689, was a cherished text. So, most of all, was Magna Carta.