MOROCCO: Royal Dialogue

The King of Morocco got a few pointers last week on how to be a king from a man who very much wants to be one. As Mohammed V explained his plans for spreading more democracy throughout his land, his distinguished guest. Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie Louis-Philippe de Bourbon-Orleans, Comte de Paris, great-great-grandson of King Louis-Philippe and pretender to the throne of France, somewhat nervously interrupted.

Comte de Paris: Do not go too far in the democratic direction.

The King: We can take what is best from others.

Comte de Paris: Democracy is very dangerous in its extreme forms. Liberty should not be...

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