At 05:23 AM 2/18/99 , mike brown wrote:
>What we have here is the projection of a subjective value-assesment onto a
>historical event. As I understand it, what RAY has written is that the
>the title 'prince of Wales' (by an English monarchy) is "symbolic" of 800
>years of annexion. No problems with that. However, this statement cannot be
>divorced of any political meaning, whether the author intends it or not. As
>I said earlier, RAY could have chosen any number of symbolic meanings to
>give to the title. He didn't - he chose one. And the symbolism he chose
>happens to be one any Welsh nationalist would choose.
Where did Ray add "and annexion was a bad thing that ought to be undone"?