Crowning Glory
Subtitle The Merits of Monarchy
By Charles Neilson Gattey
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Non-Fiction Genre Politics and World History
Publication Date 10/03/2022
Price 4.99
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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.

Authors Biography

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.

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  1. A great book.

  2. Though provoking. Great choice for a Xmas gift.

  3. The restorationof the monarchy of Serbia, or Romania, or Bulgaria should be a project fostered well and supplied with sound political and constiutional arguments.

  4. The publisher notes: ‘Gattey presents a powerful argument as to why the monarchy helps to maintain stability within a country and so absorb more radical changes in its political and social structures than would otherwise be possible, without the risk of disorder. How can this be? Gattey’s contribution to this topical debate is invaluable.’ This sums it all up

  5. Monarchies are the secret of stability in a country!

  6. I agree with Penelope Witmark

  7. The countries of the world need a unifying force. A literary work to support that fact promotes constructive thinking.

  8. astounding book! such a good read.

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