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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

between different political parties. And leaders and followers alike are aware that they cannot afford to disregard public opinion outside parliament, that they must watch its variations and fluctuations, and guide their actions accordingly. Indeed, the chief risk is that they should be too sensitive to currents and gusts of so-called public opinion, as indicated in the very fallacious weather chart of the press.
Despotic or arbitrary rule, and rigidity of discipline, are quite incompatible with the position of a member of parliament. He has to act under a variety of influences and motives, often pulling in different directions. In the lobbies, in the smoking room, on the terrace, he is brought into constant and friendly contact and intercourse not only with his political friends but with his political opponents, and has opportunities for ascertaining their views, and also for influencing their opinions and actions. He may be, from the whips' point of view, a troublesome member and uncomfortably independent, apt to bolt, always to be watched and often to be soothed. Or he may be a" safe " member, one who can be counted on to vote straight, who is not often heard in debate, but who has acquired a reputation for sound judgment, and whose warnings and advice always command respect. But, in any case, he is a member of a body receptive of and responsible to many, diverse, and quickly changing influences from

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