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ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT

parliament, afterwards whether the king should govern or whether parliament should govern. Strafford, the strong minister of a weak king, tried to govern without parliament, and failed. The long parliament tried to govern without a king, and failed. During the revolutionary period the house of commons set up executive committees, foreshadowing the famous executive committees of the French Revolution; but government by committees was not a success. The great rule of Cromwell was a series of failures to reconcile the authority of the " single person " with the authority of parliament. The monarchical regime which was revived under Charles II broke down under James II. It was left for the "glorious revolution" of 1688, and for the Har.overian dynasty, to develop the ingenious system of adjustments and compromises which is now known, sometimes as cabinet government, sometimes as parliamentary government. Of the growth and working of this system more will be said hereafter.
The two last of the parliamentary periods referred to above must be passed over very lightly. The eighteenth century was a great age of parliamentary oratory, but it was not an age of great legislation. The territorial magnates who, or whose nominees, as knights of the shires or members for pocket boroughs, constituted the house of commons, contented themselves in the main

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