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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

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What is now called the cabinet system of government was first described, accurately and graphically, by Walter Bagehot, in Lord Palmerston's time, and the main lines of his description still hold good. The system thus described was built up, not by legislation, but by understandings and conventions, is always liable to modification, and assumes different aspects from different points of view. Queen Victoria was an admirable constitutional sovereign, but it is very doubtful whether she would ever have accepted Bagehot's theory of the constitution.
The essential features of the cabinet system of government, those which distinguish it from the presidential system of the United States, and from what is called constitutional monarchy in Germany and Austria, are that the king's principal ministers, the men who are responsible for the governmeat of the country, must be members of parliament, and must resign office if they are unable to command the confidence of the dominant party in the house of commons. They are the link between the executive authority and the legislative authority. On the one hand they are the king's ministers, exercising their powers in the king's name, and it is by them, and not by either house of parliament, or by any committee of either house, that the government of the country is carried on. On

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