China’s virus instability, and the coming succession disarray. Arthur Waldron: @PennSAS, #China
("In the partially elective system of tanistry, the heir or tanist was elected from the qualified males of the royal family.")
Sovereign's Throne in the House of Lords, Palace of Westminster
Date | 9 September 2011, 14:46:34
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