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has, as a rule, depended on the ownership or occupation of land or a dwelling-place. That principle, with some exceptions, such as graduates and freemen, still remains. As to the distribution of seats, the Act of 1885 made a departure from the principle of local representation, and approximated to the principle of electoral districts with equal population. The ancient idea of the representation of communities, or organized bodies of men has thus given way to that of representation of a number of men, grouped only for the purpose of election.
During the last quarter of a century there has been no change in the electoral system.
For a general extension of the franchise, an extension from the occupation franchise to the adult franchise, there does not appear to be any demand, except in connection with the burning question of the franchise for women. We are already much nearer manhood suffrage than is often supposed. According to Mr. Lawrence Lowell's calculations, the ratio of electors to population is about one in six, whereas the normal proportion of males above the age of twenty-one, making no allowance for paupers, criminals, and other persons disqualified by the law of most countries, is somewhat less than one in four. But the demand for the enfranchisement of women has raised the general question as to the principle on which the franchise should be based, for the advocates of the women's

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