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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

time when their predecessors enjoyed greater freedom of legislative action, and denunciations of government encroachments on their legislative opportunities. But the change was inevitable. The great demand for new laws, especially laws which create, remodel, and regulate administrative machinery, and the importance, difficulty, and complexity of the legislative measures required, necessarily lessen the share of the private member in the initiation and passing of laws, and increase the responsibility of the government for the work of legislation.
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