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and is therefore, within the sphere of law, irresponsible and omnipotent."
Such are some of the resemblances and differences, of which the most complete and masterly exposition is to be found in Mr. Bryce's American Commonwealth, and they will suffice to show how widely the characteristics of the American legislature have diverged from those of the venerable body which may fairly claim to be its parent stock.
We may pass to the continent of Europe. When the Napoleonie deluge subsided in the early part of the nineteenth century it left all the European governments shattered and in ruins. The constitution of the United Kingdom alone remained standing and apparently unshaken, and it was to England that statesmen looked for their model when they set about to repair old or build new constitutions. Hence came the legislative bodies, each with two chambers or houses, which were called into existence in most parts of Europe during the last century. The procedure also of continental parliaments is largely modelled on, and copied directly or indirectly from, the procedure of the house of commons at Westminster. The National Assembly, which was the first product of the French Revolution of 1789, had no rules of procedure, and was a disorderly body. Mirabeau obtained from Dumont, whose name was afterwards so closely associated

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