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colonies, of the States which succeeded them, and of the federal government which held these States together, was suggested by and resembled the English constitution before the cabinet system had grown up or its principles were understood, whilst the constitutions of the modern British self-governing dominions are modelled on the existing constitution of the United Kingdom.
The separation of the executive from the legislature was thus one of the common features in the constitutions of the American States at the time of their union. Another was that in almost all of them the legislature then consisted (in all of them it now consists) of two houses. The need for two chambers has since then been exalted into an axiom of political science, and may at least claim to be a political dogma which has obtained very general acceptance. But, according to Mr. Bryce, the origin of the two-chamber system in America is to be sought rather in history than in theory, and is due, partly to the previous existence in some colonies of a small governor's council in addition to the popular representative body, partly to a natural disposition to imitate the mother country, with its lords and commons.
These, then, were the models which the framers of the United States constitution had before them, State constitutions with the executive independent of the legislature, and with the legislature divided into two houses

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