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INTRODUCTION

sense and with that limitation a principle that they should not be applied, but in order to change the practice there would be no need for changes in the statute-book. The law of libel as it is actually enforced is a serious limitation on fair comment and criticism in the public interest. Police powers in relation to public meetings and processions, the restrictions imposed on associations and their activities by the Trades Disputes Act(1) afford similar evidence. But all that it is necessary to do here is to indicate that general absence of an), special guarantee for such individual rights, which are the essential foundation of a democratic system.(2)
One further specially distinctive characteristic of the British Constitution is the continued expression which it contains of the hereditary principle, which has been for so long discarded by the great majority of other countries. But there are many other characteristics which could be mentioned: the fact that there is an established Church, the methods by which its civil service is organised, the principle of unspecialist control of the expert who carries out its administration, the dual nature of its educational system. All these are referred to implicitly or explicitly in the chapters which follow.

1 Repealed by the Attlee Government.
2 See below, p. 279, and further, Dicey, op, cit., pp. 202 et seq.;
The Law of Public Meeting (published by the New Fabian Research Bureau); and the first chapter of my Reactionary England.

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