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    conceivable manner, the family is link to our past, bridge to our future”. Wes Anderson’s masterpiece, The Royal Tennenbaums, is a contemporary film that reveals the immense impact that family members hold over each other’s lives. Margot, the eldest of the children, is the adopted member of the Tennenbaum household. Regardless of this fact, Margot is denied the opportunity to feel like a member of the family, as she lacks the affection that she deserves from her inattentive father, Royal. Tragically, she

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    Tracing Inbreeding in the Royal Families of Europe Alice Vo Since we were kids, we were reminded that marrying your sister, brother, cousin is wrong. They are your family members and the union would lead to terrible consequences, both moral and physical repercussions. We are going to examine several cases of European royal families who practiced consanguineous marriages: The Spanish Habsburg Dynasty and Queen Victoria of England. The Habsburg Dynasty is known for its practice of consanguineous

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    Bolsheviks had a very negative view of the royal family, their reason for this is because Tsar Nicholas ll still was a threat to returning to power even though he abdicated. The family servants view the royal family in the highest regard and loyalty, their reason for this is that the servants had been practically working for the Romanovs for their whole life, that was their job and they weren’t going to leave even if that meant dying with the royal family. The kitchen boy has a positive view on the

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    known as Princess Diana. “Anywhere I see suffering, that is where I want to be, doing what I can.” - Princess Diana. As an adored member of the Royal Family, Princess Diana broke barriers of royal protocol, was one of the biggest fashion icons of the world, and will be remembered through her legacy. Starting with how she became part of the Royal Family. She married Prince Charles on July 29, 1981. They had their first son, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis on June 21, 1982. About two years later

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    Saudi Arabia's Royal Family

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    is an oligarchy even though Saudi Arabia has a monarch (King Abdullah). This is because the royal family, the descendants of King Abd Al-Aziz who died in 1953 leaving 40 sons (Raphaeli, 2003), has such a great sphere of influence in the governance and control of the country. This matches Aristotle’s definition of oligarchy as ‘the many’, the people, are ruled by ‘the few’, the Saudi Arabian royal family, with ‘the few’ benefiting and working in self interest (Heywood, 2007). This form of governance

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    Individual and Society: The Royal Family

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    Individual and Society: The Royal Family What was it like to be looked upon as the most noble group of people in a nation as important and vast as England? The most powerful positions of the royal family were the king and queen of course, depending on who had the crown at that time. When one became the king he would inherit all of the riches and powers that come along with being the king. If he were to marry a woman then she would become part of the royal family, but not really be a ruler with

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    integral part in defining British culture. For the people of Britain today, the Royal Family is a part of their nation’s history that extends into the present. They stand as a pageant of the past that has and will continue to remain relevant. While the idea of castles,

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    Abolishing the Monarchy

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    Abolishing the Monarchy Palaces, presents and pearls, is that really all that the Royal Family's life involves? The Monarchy has ruled over our country for over thousands of years, without them there would have been no England. They are much loved by their kingdom's people but are they really needed in the twenty first century? I am now going to examine the reasons for not abolishing the Royal Family. 'No two days are ever the same for The Queen,' so what is it that she does with all

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    Economic Utopia Dystopia

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    2007) This was after the beginning of European exploration in the Americas, yet it holds key information in understanding the concept of utopia which the royal families of Europe held so dear, for it explains the society that all people, especially government officials, desire. In his book, More describes an ideal island

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    Oil and Saudi Arabia

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    Exposing the Saudi Arabian Royal Family, U.S. foreign policy, and the poverty currently occurring within Saudi Arabia Preface The current world dependence on oil leaves much to be said about the impact of Saudi Arabia and the Middle East on foreign policy and international politics. Presently the world's largest consumer of oil, the U.S. depends on Saudi Arabia and much of the Middle East for the energy to run its businesses, its homes, and most importantly, its automobiles. In the past few

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