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by Michael Nelson
As fans mourned Elvis at Graceland, the National Enquirer came to Memphis and got the coffin shot that sold 6.7 million copies.
Tabloid Photographers Are Hounding the Royals, but They Have a History of Using Each Other
by Jennifer Tucker
The modern monarchy’s power depends after all on its public image.
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