These days, people say "Season's Greetings," which, when you think about it, means nothing. It's like walking up to somebody and saying "Appropriate Remark" in a loud, cheerful voice.

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Lewis Kapell said...

What she doesn't mention is that Edward's decision to abdicate was not regarded as "romantic" by a lot of his fellow Englishmen. In fact it led to a political crisis, as many did not regard the abdication as valid and were unwilling to accept the stuttering Duke of York as the real king. There was a widespread perception that Edward was selfish by sacrificing the unity of his people in order to satisfy his own personal desires.

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