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larger powers to the central government. In the United States the presumption is that powers not specifically given to the federal government belong to the individual States. In Canada the presumption is the other way. Australia, which obtained a federal constitution in 1900, reverted more to the United States form of federation, but tendencies to increase the powers of the central legislature are already visible. The South African constitution of 1909 is more unitarian and less federal, that is to say the powers of the central government are greater, those of the individual states less, than either in Canada or in Australia.
On the democratic character of government and legislation in the British dominions beyond the seas it is unnecessary to enlarge. The colonists who settled Canada, Australia and New Zealand took with them many English traditions, but they did not take with them the traditions of English aristocracy. The existence, in any of these countries, of a legislature containing any hereditary element in its composition would be almost inconceivable. And the legislative experiments which are constantly being tried in Australia and New Zealand show how powerful is the influence exercised by the working classes on the action of their legislatures.
These comparisons might be extended indefinitely, but we may end as we began. To the model parliament held by the first

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Plantagenet Edward may be traced back all the parliaments and legislatures which, during the reign of his latest namesake on the English throne, were making laws in every part of the civilized world.

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