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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

control is, on the whole, effective and satisfactory, that over amount of expenditure the control is not very effective, but that the control over taxation is substantial.
When a government is charged with extravagance, the reply is usually made, and is made with truth, that the pressure of the house of commons is in the direction of expenditure rather than of economy. Economy is preached in the abstract, but the demands for expenditure are more specific and detailed, more persistent, and therefore more effective. Nothing is more difficult or more unpopular than administrative economy. Attempts in this direction have to encounter, not only arguments based on efficiency, but the still more formidable opposition proceeding from the numerous private and personal interests which would be adversely affected by retrenchment. The real custodian of the public purse, the watchdog against claimants on public funds, is the treasury, and the treasury is not popular.
It has often been suggested that the control of the treasury over the estimates should be supplemented by the action of a special committee of the house of commons charged with the duty of revising the estimates, or some branch of them, before they are submitted to what is called the committee of supply, but is, as has been seen, really the whole house. Whether such a committee would not, like the house itself, be often more apt to advocate expenditure than economy may be

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