The conditions of royal rule: Australian and British socialist and labour attitudes to the monarchy, 1901–11.

@article{Kirk2005TheCO,
  title={The conditions of royal rule: Australian and British socialist and labour attitudes to the monarchy, 1901–11.},
  author={N. Kirk},
  journal={Social History},
  year={2005},
  volume={30},
  pages={64 - 88}
}
  • N. Kirk
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Social History
  • The various ‘crises’ and scandals that have recently gripped the royal family and the royal household have reawakened serious questions about the future health of the monarchy and the renewed potential for the appeal of republican ideas in Britain and the Commonwealth. They have also been a factor in the growing interest in what has traditionally been a neglected topic of historical research: the behaviour of, and popular attitudes towards, the monarchy in the past. Offered as a contribution to… CONTINUE READING
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