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Politics - Statesmen

Politics of Statesmen.

Rulers are generally thought of as kings, presidents, presidential dictators, and emperors.

Generally they are thought of as individuals who rule with a high degree of absoluteness of power.

Britain's monarch is almost completely unique in having inherited over a long period of time a democratic system of governance and law making that does not give, lend, or allow an absolute power that has attributed to it the power as 'ruler', so we may set the British monarch aside when discussing rulers as individual sole or supreme rulers.

Problems with 'shadow Statespeople'

"Before you Vote for Hillary Clinton"
(posted on Youtube on 7th October 2016)

Meanwhile, please enjoy other web sites also .... The National GalleryThe TateThe Louvre, and Getty Images

Source References.

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There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of the law and in the name of justice.

Charles de Montesquieu

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Top 10 Most Famous Kings In History

Includes Frederick II, Haile Selassie I, Tutankhamen,
Peter I of Russia, Hammurabi, Charlemagne, Cyrus II of Persia,
Alexander III of Macedon, Henry VIII of England, Louis XIV of France

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