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THE PARTIES

obstacles in the way of rapid and fundamental change through the party system. Whether they in fact prove insuperable will depend in the last resort on the capacity of the leaders to keep the party machine in its place as an instrument and not an end, and therefore on the capacity of the ordinary citizen to choose his leaders. The direct contact between the Member of Parliament and those whom he represents is the best safeguard of their interests, and the less it is distorted by being canalised through the party machine the better will be his judgment, and the more probable will it be that the machine will be kept in its place.
The party system has proved most successful when, as between Tories and Whigs in the eighteenth century, or Conservatives and Liberals in the nineteenth, there have been radical differences neither in political philosophy nor in economic significance. The first period began by the revolution of 1689, the second by what was very nearly a revolution in 1832. The post-War position shews graver differences in both respects. One tendency is towards the continuance of the hierarchical system politically and in industry; the other towards a classless society of political and social equality and democracy in industry. Whether the change can be achieved through the ordinary working of the party system depends on the considerations already put forward. But once achieved, and a new unity having developed on the nature of social purposes, there will be a renewed need for the organising of divergent ideas as to the best method of working out those social purposes. In the measure that economic difference is reduced will the influence of money over the working out of ideas also be diminished, and material means become the servant instead of the master of our spiritual ends.

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