On Liberty Setting & Symbolism

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This city is the birthplace of John Stuart Mill, and Jeremy Bentham and Harriot Taylor. This is in any ways of little surprise London having long been a large urban center. The Romans had done what they could with the area and had called it Londinium. London was the political capital of Great Britain's civil run parliamentary system which functions under the Monarch but with the aristocrat's blessing and with a tremendous degree of independence and liberty apart from that office. This continues to be the case today, where the monarch provides a few select affirmations and contributions to the Parliament while remaining 'aloof' and letting the elected officials handle their duties without interference.

The changes in how the Parliament relates to the Crown and to the constitution is far to complex to go into here, but it is relevant to be aware that at various...

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