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CHAPTER II
CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

IT is from no disrespect for the house of lords that the description of that house is reserved for a later chapter, but because the principal share of parliamentary business is transacted in the house of commons; because the position of the older house is, under our constitution, subordinate; and because the position and functions of the house of lords cannot be understood until the functions of the house of commons have been explained.
A double thread of meaning runs through the word " commons." Technically, the house of commons, at the time of its institution, was the community or body representing the communities of the counties and of the boroughs. " The commons," says Stubbs, " are the communities, the organized bodies of freemen of the shires and towns, and the estate of the commons is the general body into which, for the purposes of parliament, these communities are combined." But the word has another shade of meaning, reflected in the modern use of the word " commoner." The commons are those who are not included

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