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THE MAKING OF LAWS

The searching ordeal to which bills ate exposed in their passage through parliament frequently brings out defects and omissions against which the most skilful draftsman could not be expected to provide, which the most omniscient official could not be expected to foresee.
And the opportunities which the existing procedure and practice afford for the avoidance of ill-considered, ill-drawn, or inconsistent amendments, and for the removal of formal defects, are greater than are realized by those who are not familiar with parliamentary habits.
At first sight nothing would seem more preposterous than to submit a complicated draft for criticism and correction to a miscellaneous assembly of 670 persons. But if the member in charge of a bill is a minister with a compact and strong following at his back, and if he has the qualities which command the confidence and respect of the house, he can retain control over both the form and the substance of his bill through all the vicissitudes of a discussion in committee.
It is true that the qualities required for the successful steering of a complicated and controversial bill through committee are qualities of a very high order. They include tact, readiness, resourcefulness, firmness, and, above all, patience and good temper. The slightest appearance of dictation, the slightest loss of temper, will often set the house aflame.

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