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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

which gave home rule to South Africa. In this case statesmanship was not obstructed by a vested interest like the Irish landowners powerfully entrenched in the upper chamber. But that the Lords should have been blind to the needs of society when their own interests were concerned is only another example of a principle frequently to be observed in political history.
The Lords have naturally been particularly interested in legislation affecting the land, but their oppression of the Irish peasantry shews to a special degree the influence of their landowning interest. While an Act for facilitating eviction was passed in 1850, five Bills providing for proper compensation to tenants for improvements were rejected between 1842 and 1854, and this happened again in 1870 and 1880. Vital amendments were inserted in the Irish Land Bill of 1881, which had subsequently to be removed. The Irish Land Bill of igog was amended out of recognition. This concern of the House of Lords with the land has shewn itself constantly in general legislation. Agrarian disputes were excluded from the operation of the Trades Disputes Act. The powers under the Evicted Tenants Bill and its period of operation were restricted in 1907. The Small Landholders (Scotland) Bill had to be dropped. The Land Utilisation Bill of the second Labour Government was amended to remove the power it attempted to confer on the Minister of Agriculture to acquire land for reconditioning and experimental work. Finally, on every occasion on which a measure for land valuation has been proposed in order to make it possible for the community to take a portion of the unearned increment in value created by itself, the Lords have opposed it. Possibly Sir William Harcourt would have introduced such a provision into his Budget in 1895 had it not been

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