RANDALL J. DICKS 1951-1999


The Constantian Society is a monarchist organization with educational goals and purposes, which include: to give unity to monarchists, particularly in the Americas, enabling them to meet and contact other monarchists; to promulgate information about and foster interest in monarchy, monarchies, and royalty; to generally educate the public on these subjects; to advance the political theory, history, and philosophy of monarchy, to further theories of modern monarchy, and to promote and defend the theory of monarchy as a superior governmental form; to cause to be written, published, and distributed accounts, records, information, and news of monarchy and royalty; to counter criticism of monarchy in the media or from whatever source; and to work for restorations.

-- From The Society's Introductory Statement.

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