We have seen them on America's Public Television. They are admirable for scholarship, photography, and presentation. Edward Windsor's informal, graceful and informative commentary is giving American viewers an impression of a more human side of the Royal Family. Is not this a contribution to British-American amity and understanding?
And is it not possible that, since Britain has not seen the films, Edward Windsor is correct in his view (if that is really what he said), that Americans are more ready to accept new ideas?
Department of English
University of Missouri-Columbia