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What prevented revolution in Britain during the French revolutionary era? How did George III's monarchy withstand republican challenges? This book examines the British monarchy and the values, beliefs and images attached to it during the contentious decade of the 1790s. Exploring loyalist and reform propaganda, newspapers, political caricatures, sermons and records of prosecution for sedition and treason, Morris gains a new perspective on the forces of social stability in Britain that prevented revolution and preserved the crown.