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ferior. It is difficult for a member to make himself heard, and easy debate in a conversational tone is impossible. That is one reason. Other reasons are, that the less formal sittings of the house, which in England are called committees of the whole house and in the United States committees of the whole, are less frequent at Washington than at Westminster, and that at Washington both the first and the second reading of bills are formal stages, and every bill goes to some one of the numerous committees of the house, and from these committees most bills never emerge. It is in these committees that is done the bulk of the legislative business of congress, including the financial business done at Westminster in committee of supply and in the proceedings on the budget. Congressional government is government by committees of congress.
The visitor to Washington might have the curiosity to look at the list of the bills introduced into congress, and to examine some of them, and see how they compare with bills introduced at Westminster. Here again he would find startling differences. The total number of bills, public and private, introduced in a single session of parliament is to be counted by hundreds. In the sixtieth congress at Washington 44,500 bills and resolutions were introduced. By resolutions are meant legislative proposals, not techni

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