Over the next three days, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her Diamond Jubilee, marking a somewhat astonishing 60 years on the throne. The life-cycles of monarchs are useful historical book-ends and Elizabeth's long years mark a Britain changed beyond recognition from the post-war and partly post-colonial country she inherited in 1952.
In her time, Britain shifted from being a world (if even then declining) presence to nowadays principally being a part of the European Union. Post-World...
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