King George Tupou II and the government of Tonga
On his succession to the throne Tupou II was spoilt, young and ill prepared for kingship. He had to mature, train to be a monarch and reign as one, all at the same time. The enormity of the strain and the pressures which these imposed on him, dramatically disrupted the normal course of his personal development. These, together with his limited capacity for coping with problems, were responsible for the problems and mistakes which riddled the earlier part of his reign. Thus he becime...[Show more]
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