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THE CABINET

duties, the Lord President and the Lord Privy Seal, to whom he may add by including the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster or further "ministers without portfolio" in his Cabinet. The machinery, it is true, is complicated, and retains some of the disadvantages which the War Cabinet was formed to remove. That it is unsuited to times of international crisis is tacitly admitted in the creation of a Foreign Affairs sub-committee. One of its dangers was revealed by the events following the Hoare-Laval agreement, which the Cabinet had apparently approved without adequate consideration, although this may have been merely a convenient excuse. Like all machinery its success depends partly on personalities. But it is clearly more suited not only to peacetime than to war-time government; it is also more adapted to inactive than to active policy; to administration in line with precedent than to the application of new principles involving far-reaching changes. Where the administrative officials think and have long been accustomed to act along certain lines they will not be so effectively diverted into new ones by the present Cabinet system as they were by the war-time Cabinet system. Perhaps compromise can be found in the committee method, although the Cabinet section for unemployment in the 1929 government is not a hopeful precedent. Something more like Asquith's War Committee of the Cabinet, if not Lloyd George's War Cabinet, would have to be adopted for an effective dealing with another economic depression or with general planning of economic development under State control. But still the danger would be present that such a committee would have neither enough authority over departments nor enough ministerial support for its conclusions.

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