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and the facilities granted often include stringent limitations of time and speech, more stringent than those imposed by the English " closure " or " guillotine." The constitution of these committees is the first piece of work which the Speaker has to undertake after his appointment, and probably the most difficult and anxious work which he has to perform, for on the way in which it is performed depends the course of business in the session. Thus the American Speaker is not, like his prototype at Westminster, an impartial and judicial presiding authority, but a powerful party leader.
Last, but not least, among the differences between parliament and congress may be noted the fact that parliament is supreme and uncontrolled in the exercise of its legislative powers, unfettered by a written constitution or by membership of a federal community. To use the language of an authoritative writer, "parliament is a sovereign and constituent assembly. It can make and unmake any and every law, change the form of government and the succession to the crown, interfere with the course of justice, extinguish the most sacred private rights of the citizen. Between it and the people at large there is no legal distinction, because the whole plenitude of the people's rights and powers resides in it. Both practically and legally it is the only and the supreme depositary of the authority of the nation,

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