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THE MAKING OF LAWS

are cleared off the paper; the new clauses, often raising the same questions, are disposed of; and the much-buffeted craft, with tattered sails, the deck encumbered with wreckage, and with several ugly leaks in her hold, labours heavily into a temporary harbour of refuge. There is a short interval for the necessary repairs, and then the struggle begins again at the report stage. There may or may not be a sufficient opportunity for making such formal amendments as are necessary to make the measure decently consistent and intelligible. If not, they must be left for the house of lords.
This is no unfair description of the methods of parliamentary legislation, and it is no marvel that both the methods and the results have been severely criticized. But the countervailing considerations have to be borne in mind.
Popular legislation has its defects, but it has its advantages also, and in the English view the advantages preponderate. It is true that the provisions of a bill as introduced into parliament ought to be, and often are, perspicuous, consistent, orderly, and luminous, and that their perspicuity is often marred, the principle of their arrangement upset, their consistency disturbed, by amendments in committee. On the other hand, the substantial improvements which are effected often do more than atone for any deterioration in form.

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