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are at the head of his executive departments, can sit in either house. In England the ministers who are responsible for the executive work of government are members of one of the two houses of the legislature; they are responsible for their actions to parliament, and in particular to the house of commons; and, in turn, they can, as leaders of the dominant party, influence and control the action of that house.
In the United States the president does not enjoy the immunity from responsibility for political and administrative action which attaches to the English king, but he has more power : he not only reigns, but governs. He and his ministers have not to answer for their actions to congress as the king's ministers have to answer for their actions to parliament; but, on the other hand, they cannot, like English ministers, guide and control the action of the legislature.
By another article of the constitution the president is required to recommend to the consideration of congress such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient. He does so by a message to congress at the beginning of the session, and thus his message bears some resemblance to the king's speech at the opening of parliament. But what a difference ! The king's speech is prepared by the king's ministers, and contains a programme of their legislative policy This programme they are in a position to carry

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