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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Kate Hubbard
Before His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge had even been named, there was already a lot of talk about his being a 22nd-century monarch. When that century begins, he will be the exact age his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, is now, and her subjects sing their national anthem with great sincerity these days, wishing her long still to reign over them.
That is not too strong an expression to use about a milieu that could easily bring about nervous collapse, nor is the word "harness," which she quotes one lady as using.