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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

sponsible mob ? The English answer is, by party machinery. It is this machinery that secures the necessary discipline. The cabinet system presupposes a party system, and, more than that, a two-party system. This does not mean that there may not be individual members of the legislature independent of party, or that there may not be more than two parties in each house. But it does m.ean that there must be two main parties, one represented by the treasury bench, the bench on which the ministers sit, and the other by the front opposition bench, and that the party represented by the treasury bench must be able, with or without its allies, to control the majority of the house of commons. The system also implies, for its efficient working, an experienced and responsible opposition, a body of men whose leaders have held office in the past and may look forward to holding office in the future. The phrase "his majesty's opposition," which was invented by John Cam Hobhouse (Lord Broughton) in the early part of the last century, means a body of men who may, if the balance of party power shifts, become, or be willing to follow, his majesty's ministers.
In the eighteenth century, and later, the " influence " which held the dominant party together and secured their votes, took the gross and material form of places and bribes. The methods have been changed, but traces of them still remain. It is said that an

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