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its courage and intelligence, the more likely is he to vote for the candidate who is its follower. Around the base of the pedestal upon which it poses there may be rivalry, but the statue is so valuable to the party and can so seldom be removed except at the cost of disunity that the man himself has greatly enhanced prestige, influence, and power.
The qualifications which are necessary for a Prime Minister thus begin to become apparent. He must have the courage for leadership, but at the same time he must be a good interpreter of public opinion, able to judge the limits which it sets to the paths along which he can guide it. Especially must he have avoided antagonising sections of opinion before his position has become established. He should have a personality capable of inspiring loyalty in his colleagues and trust in the country, and if it can be made into one of great popular appeal that is an immense advantage. Parliamentary skill is important too; it is a part of the technique of dealing with the House of Commons. For that he must earn the reputation of fair-mindedness by observing the Parliamentary decencies, shewing consideration to the Opposition, both in arranging the time-table of the House and in the course of debate, and by showing deference to the "sense of the House." He ought to argue and persuade rather than impose. It is required of him that he shall be a good judge of character in forming his government and in exercising his patronage, and that he shall be able to work his team once he has formed it. He needs therefore to be a good colleague, sufficiently accessible and reliable. Nor should he be exclusively interested in a single aspect of administration. It is less important that he should be a good administrator than that he should have a wide enough interest and capacity. To be a great orator may be an advantage, but fashions in oratory change and quiet

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