The Elements of Politics

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Macmillan, 1891 - 632 páginas

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RELATION OF LEGISLATURE TO EXECUTIVE
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Some precautions are needed to obviate the danger
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A senate designed to be coordinate in power with
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If changes in law determining rights of propertyand
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For the security of private citizens it is important that
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There are strong grounds for some introduction
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The specialisation of the judiciary is a difficult question
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CHAPTER XXV
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The division of functions may be illustrated by road
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An extensive devolution of legislative powers on local
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be retained is a balanced question Other variations
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The distinction between a Federal State and a Confedera
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The relation of dominant states to dependencies
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common view of representative government is that
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of legislation 4 A rigid constitution if the rigidity be not excessive is a 533535
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Constitutional rules other than structural may be needed
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The functions of the chambers may be specialised
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Certain remedies partly political partly moral may
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The supply of funds thus rendered though tem
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We may distinguish two different conceptions of
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In fact the representative system combines the principle
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The principle of monarchy is also to an important extent
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It would be a great gain if the whole of civilised society
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Obligation denotes the relation of a rule or command
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In distributing the burden of taxation the principle
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The danger of legislation oppressive to the rich is
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The harmony it maintains between Legislature
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A specially constructed tribunal is also in some cases
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