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over the executive government is either absent or less complete, and the dependence on the colonial office in England is greater. For the purposes of comparison with parliamentary government in England we may dismiss from consideration the crown colonies, and confine our attention to the self-governing dominions. And we may select for comparison three main points of agreement and three main points of differences.
First, as to the points of agreement. In the self-governing dominions, (1) the legislature, with a few exceptions, consists of two chambers, (2) the executive government is responsible to the legislature, and (3) the procedure of the legislative bodies is modelled closely on parliamentary procedure in England. The first chamber is always elective. The second chamber is constituted in different ways. The members of the second chamber of the dominion of Canada are nominated for life by the crown, that is to say, by the governor general acting on the advice of his Canadian ministers. The members of the Australian senate are elected on a wide popular suffrage. In constituting the senate of the new South African federation the experiment of proportional representation has been tried. Each of the provinces of the dominion of Canada has, with two exceptions, Quebec and Nova Scotia, only a single legislative chamber. In four of the States which make up the Australian Commonwealth

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