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THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

majority that dictated it, our appeal should be not to the judge to twist it, but to the majority to change it. England, as Disraeli said, is not governed by logic; she is governed by Parliament.
To no one familiar with the history of the Supreme Court in the United States of America is it necessary to argue that political views colour judicial decisions. He knows that the Court can generally be divided into a conservative and a progressive group, each corresponding normally to that of the President who nominated them. He knows, too, that there is often sufficient statecraft in that judicial body to make it stretch the interpretation of its principles when electoral returns show that it might be politically unwise to apply them. If he suspected this before-after, for example, the Electoral Commission Case of 1877(1) had shown a straightforward party division within the Court-the experience of the New Deal legislation, where it was always possible to forecast nearly every judge's decision on. the same basis, must have completely confirmed him in that view. In the international sphere, the Hague Court's decision in the Anschluss case revealed exactly the same condition. Awareness of this fact made those who were responsible for framing the Constitution of the Spanish republic in 1931 provide for the election of the members of the Court of Constitutional Guarantees by a variety of differently representative bodies.(2) The absence of 'a written Constitution overriding all other law has meant a less overwhelming significance of the courts in the English than in the American system, but governments have on the whole been careful to appoint judges from their- own parties, and other more general safeguards upon the social attitude of judges exist, as will be seen below.

1 See F. H. Judson, The Judiciary and the People, 1913, p. 197.
2 See my The Spanish Constitution, 1933, pp. 39 et seq.

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