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A Keen Look at Monarchy Under Islam from Baruch Kogan

In his article, White Gold, being a review of the book by the same name, which I also reviewed, Baruch uses the story of Thomas Pellow as a point of departure for a discussion of what a lethal pain-in-the-ass it is to be a head-of-state in the Muslim World—even without the U.S. looking to send a cruise missile through your bedroom window. I really enjoyed this angle, especially, since the further down the drain to utopia the moral sewer of modernity flows, the more tempting it is to look at monarchy as an alternative to democracy.

Read White Gold at the link below.

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PRApril 20, 2017 11:04 PM UTC

Excellent article. Thank you, Baruch.
BaruchKApril 18, 2017 4:26 PM UTC

I remembered that I originally came across the book and put it on my Amazon wishlist a year ago due to your review. Credited and linked, thanks for the reminder!