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THE PARTIES

since 1872. The Birmingham method spread to one town after another. It was the answer which the commercial interest gave to the Tory landed interest with its respectful counties, and it was to play havoc with the independence of the ordinary Member of Parliament. But while the machine which the Liberals were creating could be used for the time being against the Whig leaders, it was not for long to remain the private property of its creators. For that it was both too powerful and too conscious of the importance to its own survival of unity with the leaders. Also the method of oratorical appeal to its rank and file which Chamberlain had used could be applied with equal success by a still greater leader. When Gladstone sprang Home Rule upon his party in 1886 he was able to carry the caucus against Chamberlain. He had prepared the way by frequent praise and contact, and he had shewn himself well able to voice the feelings of its members in, for example, the agitation over the Bulgarian atrocities. It was not long before what had once been a relatively independent democratic machine in touch with the spontaneous trends of opinion had moved its headquarters to London, where it would be under the eye of the leaders, and where the arch-organiser and manipulator, Schnadhorst, now their ally, could steer it along a course of which they approved.
But for the future no party of progressive character could disregard the lesson in democracy which the Birmingham organisation had taught, and when a Labour Party came to be formed it followed very closely along the lines laid down by Chamberlain and his friends.
At first a federation of trade unions with a few socialist societies admitted to its ranks, the parry opened itself in 1918 to individual membership. Its subsequent growth of

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