Monarchy Or Money Power

Monarchy Or Money Power

The difficulty which all the medieval Kings experienced in greater or less degree was the establishing of themselves in the People's love. The King needed the People as much as the People needed the King, but it was ever the object of interested parties to hold them asunder. And so was witnessed a perpetual struggle between, on the one hand, King and Church, anxious alike to hold their servants and ministers in subjection to duty, and, on the other hand, unruly servants and ministers, barons and prelates, seeking means of sustaining themselves in revolt against both spiritual and temporal authority, and so very often becoming allied to the financial powers. Money from an early time showed itself the enemy of Kingship, in which it recognized the bulwark against its operations. Money became concerned, like the rebellious nobles and prelates who were often its tools, to hold the King and his People apart and make them both dependent upon its own power. It was from this danger that Richelieu delivered France at the moment when, in England, a triumphant oligarchy based upon the City of London was hurrying King Charles I to the scaffold.

Parliamentary Debates

Parliamentary Debates


Conservatism in America Since 1930

A Reader

Conservatism in America Since 1930

Media Reception Studies broadly surveys the past century of scholarship on the ways in which audiences make meaning out of mass media. It synthesizes in plain language social scientific, linguistic, and cultural studies approaches to film and television as communication media. Janet Staiger traverses a broad terrain, covering the Chicago School, early psychological approaches, Soviet theory, the Frankfurt School, mass communication research and critical theory, linguistics and semiotic theory, social-psychoanalytical research, cognitive psychology, and cultural studies. She offers these theories as a set of tools for understanding the complex relationships between films and their audiences, TV shows and their viewers. She explains such questions as the behavior of fans; the implications of gender, sexuality, and race/ethnicity with regard to the media; the effect of violence, horror, and sexually explicit images on viewers; and the place of memory in spectatorship. Providing an organized and lucid introduction to a staggering amount of work, Media Reception Studies is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in understanding the effects of mass media.

The History Of Money and Banking No One Ever Told You

[Economic History Report]

The History Of Money and Banking No One Ever Told You

You are about to discover some astonishing secrets about money and its creation - and how it involved over the centuries in Europe, Asia, and the United States. This report is going to help you understand the money's nature so that you can acquire more of it. You'll gain valuable insights about the monetary system we live today that are going to give you an unfair advantage over the today's economy. Throughout the centuries money has changed, moving from one form to another. It's very valuable to see how money progressed and where money stands today. The role of money plays a critical aspect of people's lives. When you use money, you have to pay a certain price - a price nobody told you - until now. Furthermore, you are about to witness the development of money and banking as a catalyst for the advancement of the economy today. This is not just another "history book" that you see in college. It provides the financial education you need in order to survive in the today's economy. If you do not like this report for whatever reason, your money back is guaranteed! Grab your copy!

Monarchy

Monarchy

Discusses what a monarchy is, how it differs from a constitutional monarchy, and the history of this form of government and introduces current and past monarchs.

The New Monthly Magazine

The New Monthly Magazine