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Sites seeking restoration of an abolished monarchy or system of nobility should be submitted to the Society/Politics/Monarchy/Restoration category. This category is for claimants to the thrones of reigning monarchies.
Sites for or about claimants to the throne of reigning monarchies.
This category is for sites about republicanism, not about the Republican Party of the United States. Be sure you are submitting to the correct category.
This category includes sites discussing the abolition of a monarchy or de-recognition of a reigning monarchy as head of state, in favor of a republican form of government, and organizations which advocate or agitate for republic. Academically, a republic differs from a monarchy chiefly in that its head of state derives authority from considerations other than heredity or nobility, and he or she is considered a citizen rather than a sovereign. In practice, a constitutional monarchy may differ from a republic only in that it calls itself such.
Sites for claimants to the throne of reigning monarchies should be submitted to the Society/Politics/Monarchy/Claimants category. This category is for sites which seek to restore a monarchy or system of nobility which has been abolished from government.
Sites which advocate restoration of deposed or abolished houses.
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