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  • To this arms make answer that without them laws cannot be maintained, for by arms states are defended, kingdoms preserved, cities protected, roads made safe, seas cleared of pirates; and, in short, if it were not for them, states, kingdoms, monarchies, cities, ways by sea and land would be exposed to the violence and confusion which war brings with it, so long as it lasts and is free to make use of its privileges and powers.

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  • He was imprisoned for insulting the Thai monarchy.
  • In a constitutional monarchy like Great Britain’s, survival of the monarchy depends upon popular consent.

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