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THE PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT AS IT
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1918 general election actual adult population aggregate votes amongst average age average House borough Cambridge census cent chapter Conservative candidate Conservative members Conservative party considerable constituencies contest course discussion distribution divisions effect election expenses electoral system elementary schools enter the House Eton fact figures Gainfully Occupied give Hence hereditary titles House of Commons Ian Harvey income interest Labour candidates Labour members Labour party Laski less Liberal party matter means members of parliament membership ment method minority months Moreover nearly number of members occupations old Etonians Oxford parlia political position practice present system previous service professional proportion proportional representation proportionate public schools question Ramsay Muir reform represented seats secondary schools secure seen seven general elections single transferable vote single-member majority system social suggest Table tion trade-union officials types of school voters voting strength whole women