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of that admirable Constitution which allows liberty to the workman within his proper sphere, and which trains up a class of gentlemen who disinterestedly lead him along those paths where duty and self-interest happily combine, and the stability of property and society results. While Bradley preached the acceptance of one's station in the social order and the fulfilment of its duties, Disraeli gave to that philosophy romantic and colourful expression, and after his death "the Primrose League" carried on within the party the work of providing industrialism and landlordism with a mirror that reflected the glamour and chivalry of the Middle Ages. Essentially the Tory's is to-day "the conception of authority limited in the exercise of its `just powers' by popular consent."(1) That is to say it is honestly authoritarian. As long as the right to exercise these "just powers"-that is, actual powers-is not questioned, they will be, or at least should be, exercised charitably with as much kindness and consideration for the less fortunate as possible. Given this hierarchical "universitas" it is even possible naively to ask with another twentieth-century Conservative, "How can there be any national government except Toryism? Its base is as wide as the nation itself."(2)
The history of the Liberal organisation is a very different matter. The Radical caucus inspired by Harris, led by Joseph Chamberlain, and organised by Schnadhorst at Birmingham in 1867 and the years immediately following, was more democratic. The idea was to win the confidence of the new electors by associating them freely in local parliaments in every ward where they would discuss civic and national affairs, educating themselves in the process, becoming con-

1 Lord Eustace Percy, Government in Transition, 1934, p. 4.
2 Viscount Lymington, Ich Dien, the Tory Path, 1931, p. 126.

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