The progenitors of pop and protest, miniskirts and peace marches are the
youth of Britain. They know what they are against: it is not
coincidence that the term Establishment was coined in the realm that
will some day belong to Charles. He is the summa symbol of that
Establishment, born old, committed, enmeshed, and he could no more drop
out than change the color of his skin. The result is something of an
intragenerational gap between the Prince and his contemporaries. With
this in mind, TIME asked one of the Prince's fellow students to...
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