Monarchies are similar to dictatorships, only there is a family lineage within which power is passed down from generation to generation. This succession of power through somewhat controlled channels serves hopefully to preserve the integrity of the kingdom, as rulers are encouraged to leave an intact state for their children to inherit. Of course, even though their intention might be clear enough, the over-insulated environment of budding royalty often makes for rulers without much common sense or understanding of their subjects’ lives.

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