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Though many commentators in the anglophone world have reacted to Baudrillard’s ideas with hostility or disdain, the most thoughtful polemical responses (for example, Norris, 1990, 1992) offer a mixture of logical rejections of some of Baudrillard’s propositions alongside the recognition that (along with his prescience over many sociocultural developments of recent years) he has been right to suggest that there are literally new problems raised by the question of representation in the contemporary world.
The basis for realignments of sympathy is usually contingent. On the occasion of A. N. Wilson’s observations on the royal gala night, the rest of the family were a dour bunch, but of course they are capable individually, and even in subordinate groups, of immense 29 Media, Monarchy and Power charm, depending on which feature article, leader, or news report they are figuring in, and what are its purposes and contexts: for example Charles and his sons might be very charming on the slopes at Klosters while posing for a photo shoot.
Is the Queen, as with her late Mother, in Britain always ultimately recuperated as a worthwhile or even lovable personage, because of the intensity of her royal essence, the particularly undiluted blueness of blood? Or does the argument proceed from the assumption that the worth of the essential royals is derived from strengths of personality, which validate their royal powers? If they are worthy 33 Media, Monarchy and Power queens and kings, is their worth intrinsic to their royal nature? There must be a suspicion that arguments which seem to derive from their ‘suitability for the role’ in fact proceed from monarchist requirements, that is from the requirement that monarchs, unless, like some past English and British monarchs, so howlingly unsuitable as to be irrecoverable by either contemporary judgement or history, be judged fit to rule; even if, as has happened in the case of Edward VII, it is decades after his death before he becomes even partially recuperable.