The Monarchy

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Chatto & Windus, 1990 - 42 sÝ­ur
Part of a series, this book submits a proposal for the admission of republican principles into the national debate. The author examines the Royals as a national fetish that encourages servile but also snobbish attitudes. He calls for constitutional and political reform.

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Ums÷gn notanda  - Michael_Rose - LibraryThing

It's not a very long read, and of limited value as a result, but the Hitch remains true to his style, and it is immensely enjoyable for that reason. I likewise do not "get" the fetish so many Americans have for the British royal family. Read full review

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Ums÷gn notanda  - benjamin7857 - LibraryThing

In this short essay Hitchens does what Hitchens does best: he takes a complex argument and separates out the most salient points, before presenting them cogently in what is, ultimately, a serious yet ... Read full review

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