The Monarchy: A Critique of Britains Favourite Fetish

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The Monarchy: A Critique of Britain's Favourite Fetish by Christopher Hitchens

Is this you? Become a LibraryThing Author. It's a sign of the tragic immaturity of Britain as a nation that we should be obsessed in the year with a reactionary old woman who has never done anything except act as a parasite on the body politic.

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Piers Brendon , Quoted in good reasons to be a Republican , "New Statesman", August Many a crown Covers bald foreheads. C [ edit ] Britain is fortunate indeed in having a breed of distinguished people It would be an act of cruelty to impose that function of royalty on any normal family of citizens, but seeing that there is a family which is born to it as the fruit of a long historical evolution it would be an act of great political folly to establish a Presidency I have such a strong sense of the political usefulness of British royalty to substantial and competent progressive forces in the society.

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