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Diana, Princess of Wales: How Sexual Politics Shook the Monarchy

by Beatrix Campbell

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Beatrix Campbell argues that Diana was hounded by a press that regarded her as an easy target. Her exposure of the coldness of the royal family was part of her espousal of a number of radical causes that she supported during her latter years.

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