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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

process of slow growth, and the application of which is still liable to be a matter of controversy and doubt. Much depends on personal character, time and circumstances. There have been times when a powerful personality, like that of Peel, has dominated and controlled the administration in all its branches. At other times the prime minister's reins have been held more loosely, and the work of government has tended to fall into separate, almost watertight, compartments. There have been grave questions which have been treated as open because the members of the cabinet could not come to an agreement about them. On other questions, the extent to which a member of the cabinet should, in the public interest, subordinate his convictions to those of his chief or his colleagues is a matter for the individual conscience. If the strain is too severe, the cabinet may shed some of its members, as in 1867 and again in 1903. But, speaking generally, it is considered to be the duty of members of the cabinet, and of members of the government who are outside the cabinet, to present a united front in dealing with all the more important questions that come before parliament.
The ministry, the cabinet, must govern. But how can they control the body on whose favour their existence depends ? How can they prevent the house of commons from being an unorganized, uncontrollable, irre

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