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THE KING

dissolution which even that able constitutional lawyer had not anticipated. He seriously considered in 1914 using the veto on the Home Rule Bill. In 1931 he passed over the claims of the largest party in the Commons when he invited MacDonald to form a new administration.
This last case is capable of throwing valuable light on the realities of the King's position, if we make an hypothesis. It is not yet clear what justification there may have appeared to be through misrepresentation of MacDonald's position and power, but let us suppose that King George had secretly been equally opposed with the majority of the Labour Cabinet to cuts in unemployment pay, preferring some other such policy as reflation or a larger tax on his own and other rich men's incomes. Say that after accepting MacDonald's resignation he had offered the premiership to Henderson, who proceeded to announce that the minority, including the ex-Premier and ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer, had proved incompetent and run away from their duty of reflation or "making the broadest backs bear the burden," or whatever else it might be. Nor is it impossible to make a final assumption that, impressed by the need for co-operation in time of financial difficulty, by the determination of the new Government, and perhaps also by the solemnity of the King's words uttered in private, the Liberals had supported the Government from outside or in, and that an appeal to the electorate had resulted in an endorsement of national unity and a condemnation of carpers and critics in time of danger. Would not the King have been said to have acted with complete constitutional rectitude and impartiality?
Does it not follow that with a good judgment of electoral possibilities, the King may play the decisive part in such a ministerial crisis? The emergence in such a case of a majority

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