Proceedings of the American Political Science Association, Volume 7
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Contains addresses, papers, and reports of business conducted at meetings of the Association.
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Page 48 - If a Money Bill, having been passed by the House of Commons, and sent up to the House of Lords...
Page 42 - ... the power of the other House to alter or reject bills passed by this House should be so restricted by law as to secure that within the limits of a single Parliament the final decision of the Commons shall prevail...
Page 48 - Provided that this provision shall not take effect unless two years have elapsed between the date of the second reading in the first of those sessions of the Bill in the House of Commons and the date on which it passes the House of Commons in the third of those sessions.
Page 47 - Parliament or not), and, having been sent up to the House of Lords at least one month before the end of the session, is rejected by the House of Lords in each of those sessions...
Page 48 - That in future the House of Lords shall consist of Lords of Parliament : (a) chosen by the whole body of hereditary peers from among themselves and by nomination by the Crown ; (6) sitting by virtue of offices and of qualifications held by them ; (c) chosen from outside.
Page 50 - Whereas it is expedient that provision should be made for regulating the relations between the two Houses of Parliament: And whereas it is intended to substitute for the House of Lords as it at present exists a Second Chamber constituted on a popular instead of hereditary basis...
Page 103 - There are enough rules of law to sustain them, If the court wants to do so. And there are enough rules of law to brush them away. If the court wants to do that. "All the rules In the world will not get us substantial Justice If the judges have not the correct living moral attitude toward substantial justice.
Page 192 - ... ballot, and thus given effect, whether It be in accord with the wishes of the leaders of his party or not, and that thus shall be put in effective operation, in the primaries, the underlying principle of democracy, which makes the will of an unfettered majority controlling. In other words, the scheme is to permit the voters to construct the organization from the bottom upwards, instead of permitting leaders to construct it from the top downwards.
Page 213 - He told them, that, when the patent was granted, the number of freemen was supposed to be (as in like corporations) so few, as they might well join in making laws; but now they were grown to so great a body, as it was not possible for them to make or execute laws, but they must choose others for that purpose: and that howsoever it would be necessary hereafter to have a select company to intend that work, yet for the present they were not furnished with a sufficient number of men qualified for such...