Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech sparked an intense debate that is still relevant today. Particularly when discussing whether Powell succeeds in delivering his message.

Back in 1968, his speech divided Britain. On the one hand, it was considered offensive, racist, xenophobic, and provoking. Therefore, Powell was fired from his position as Shadow Defence Secretary the following day. He was fired because some felt that he portrayed the Conservative Party in a negative light and because people fear...

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