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out, so far as time and circumstances permit, with the aid of their party, and for any failure to carry it out they will be called to account. But the president has no ministers to represent him in congress, or to give effect to his wishes and intentions about legislation. His message is duly read, is duly referred, without debate, to the appropriate committee, and nothing more need be heard of it. It sometimes suggests a great explosion with blank cartridge.
The English visitor would probably note in the procedure of congress sundry forms and usages which will remind him of Westminster. This is not surprising. Thomas Jefferson, when vice-president of the United States, and therefore president of the senate, compiled, for the use of the senate, a manual of procedure based on the practice, rulings and precedents of the English parliament, and Jefferson's manual is still authoritative for the procedure of both houses of congress.
But if the visitor attends the sittings of congress, especially of the larger and more popular house, the house of representatives, which corresponds in some measure to the house of commons, he will note differences greater than the resemblances.
There is not so much debating. The room of assembly is larger than the house of commons at Westminster, and the accommodation for members is ampler and more convenient. But the acoustic qualities are in

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