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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

a dozen aldermen, and became representatives of larger and more popular constituencies, whose views and wishes had to be ascertained and formulated in a different manner.
The Redistribution Act of 1885, which was based on the principle of splitting up the country into approximately equal electoral districts, weakened, if it did not destroy, the old corporate character of constituencies, and strengthened the view that a member represents the country as a whole, and that it is merely for the convenience of election that the country is divided into electoral districts.
The modern tendency is to make an election turn, not on local questions or local interests, but on general questions which agitate the country at large. A candidate usually comes forward either as the supporter or as the opponent of the government of the day, and is expected to give a general pledge that he will act as a member of, and in accordance with the general policy of, some one of the great political parties m Parliament. He is often also harassed by demands for pledges on particular questions, such as temperance, the position of trades unions, or women's suffrage, and hampered by such pledges as he gives in response to these demands. He is expected to shape his course in parliament in conformity, or at all events consistently, with the pledges thus given, and sits, less as the representative of a particular locality, than as a member of the political party which has obtained a

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