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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Walter Bagehot
"[British] republicans who would abolish the throne will be sorely disappointed if they think that the excesses of flummery and plumage that accompany such royal occasions will leave Britons cold," writes Alex Massie at Foreign Policy.
"I sent an e-mail to a long list of friends, family, and e-mail acquaintances, inquiring about book-to-movie transitions. From a flood of nominations for books that fare better as movies, these 10 made it to the top: