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COMPARATIVE

preponderating control over, the fortunes of his financial proposals which is retained by the English chancellor of the exchequer.
In France and in other European countries under parliamentary government political principles of English origin have been grafted on institutions differing widely from those of England in their history, tradition, and forms of procedure, and have often been curiously metamorphosed in their adaptation to their new and strange surroundings. In the British empire the great self-governing dominions beyond the seas have not only copied British forms of parliamentary government but have inherited British traditions, usages, and modes of thought.
The British possessions which used to be classed under the common name of colony have now been divided into two classesdominions and colonies. The former class consists of the three federations of Canada, Australia and South Africa, together with Newfoundland and New Zealand. The latter class includes the West Indian Islands, and the numerous crown colonies which are scattered over various parts of the world. The dominions enjoy what is called responsible government, that is to say, they are governed, in the English fashion, by ministers who are responsible to the legislature, and dependent for their existence on the support of a majority in the legislature. In the other class the control of the legislature

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