|Subtitle||The Merits of Monarchy|
|By||Charles Neilson Gattey|
|Non-Fiction Genre||Politics and World History|
With the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the debate around the merits of the monarchy is further ignited. In the Commonwealth countries, the movement towards transitioning to a republic state is gaining ground. Gattey presents a powerful argument as to why the monarchy helps to maintain stability within a country.
Charles Neilson Gattey was the president of the Society of Civil Service Authors in England. A successful playwright and screenwriter, his works include The White Falcon and The Eleventh Hour. He was a highly prolific author of romantical and historical novels, social commentary and biographies.