On Royalty

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Viking, 2006 - Europe - 370 pages
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Jeremy Paxman discusses how the role of our head of state has changed over the years and what the implications have been. With characteristic intelligence and humour, he looks at every aspect of the monarchy and how it has related to politics, religion, the military and the law.

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Review: On Royalty: A Very Polite Inquiry into Some Strangely Related Families

User Review  - Eric Mccutcheon - Goodreads

Definitely more of a book geared toward British readers about the state of their own monarchy and not so much about the system in general. It has some interesting moments but nothing more. Read full review

Review: On Royalty

User Review  - Simon Howard - Goodreads

This third volume in Paxman's series on British culture essentially presents a well-argued case for retaining the monarchy, whilst simultaneously recognising the manifold flaws, improbabilities, and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
First Find a Throne
25
Next Produce an Heir
45
Copyright

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