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the smaller States for recognition and safeguarding of their separate rights. Under the constitution which they devised, the house of representatives was to represent the nation on the basis of population, whilst the senate was to represent the States. There were to be, and are, two senators from each State, small or large, but the representatives in the other house were to be, and are, distributed among the States in proportion to population, so that the more populous States outweigh the others.
Thus came into being the president, representing the executive power, the two houses of congress, representing the legislative power, and the supreme court, representing the judicial power, each authority independent within its own sphere.
Suppose a visitor from England, familiar with the working of parliamentary government at Westminster, were to arrive at Washington at the beginning of a new session, what resemblances and differences would be likely to strike him ?
The first thing that would probably strike him in both houses of the legislature would be the absence of anything corresponding to the treasury or government bench. Under the constitution no person holding any office under the United States can be a member of either house of congress during his continuance in office. Consequently, neither the president, nor his cabinet, the ministers who

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