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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

in the consideration of the cabinet system and the party system, two characteristically English products, which, so far as they exist elsewhere, owe their origin to transplantation from English soil, and which, according to the English view, are inseparable from each other. The stages by which these two systems have grown up in England and have developed into their present form, have been described in many admirable treatises, and it is impossible here to do more than glance at some of their leading features.
The great struggle of the seventeenth century between the king and parliament resulted in a compromise, under which executive authority was to remain with the king, but was to be exercised through ministers, having seats in parliament, and dependent for their position on the support of the dominant party in the house that provided the supplies without which government could not be carried on. The executive authority, the power of governing the country, was, in fact, put in commission, and it was arranged that the commissioners should be members of the legislative body to whom they are responsible. The process by which this change was carried out has been described as a" noiseless revolution," and is not to be found embodied in any Acts of parliament. It may be treated as having begun under William III between 1693 and 1696, but it extended over a long period of time. In its

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