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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

of the majority of his constituents. But he is not bound to do this, it is merely a question of conduct, of propriety, which he must settle for himself.
It is said that party organization in parliament has become stricter in recent years, and President Lowell has adduced figures tending to confirm this statement. But in the common talk about party tyranny, and about the despotism exercised by cabinets or whips, there is, to speak plainly, much nonsense and much cant. A member of parliament is nott a puppet, but a human being, very human, influenced by the same kind of considerations and actuated by the same kind of motives as his fellow mortals outside the walls of the house. He recognizes the importance of combination and organization in politics, as in the other affairs of life; he is willing to subordinate, on many points, his individual preferences and opinions to those of his leaders; and he knows that he must submit to discipline if he is to be an effective member of an organized body. But no one knows better than a political leader what arts of persuasion, what tactics of conciliation and compromise, are required to keep a party together. He knows that too severe a strain must not be put on party allegiance, that diversity of opinions within the party ranks must be recognized, and that on many points the lines of division between different opinions by no means coincide with the lines of division

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