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THE CABINET

an entirely new set of ministers, seldom an easy one although party organisation had not yet drawn a clear line of division between one side of the House and the other. And what was essential to preserve their power from royal interference was gradually seen to be of value in maintaining their authority over Parliament, and later over the electorate. The collective responsibility of all for the decisions of any one of their number thus became a cardinal feature of Cabinet government. The struggles of the seventeenth century had proved the necessity for Parliamentary support of the King's ministers. Without some measure of agreement the business of government could not be effectively carried on. Besides, there was always the possibility of removing a minister by impeachment. The power thus exercised by the House of Commons was consciously intended by it to give it control over the executive. The reason for it was the same as that which moved the House in the Middle Ages to demand the right to elect the King's ministers. If these impeachment proceedings were criminal in form, they were political in motive. They ceased first to have criminal significance, and then, with the development of a direct political responsibility of the minister to Parliament and the acknowledgment that he must resign when he lost its confidence, impeachment became obsolete.
The slowness with which the necessary conditions of an effective system of Cabinet government were realised in England has characterised political development elsewhere. This has been so even where, as has been generally the case, a Cabinet system has not emerged until long after the main features of that system had become clearly marked in England. Homogeneity and the choice of his colleagues by the premier without interference by the formal head of the State

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