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" Instead of the function of governing for which it is radically unfit, the proper office of a representative assembly is to watch and control the government; to throw the light of publicity on its acts; to compel a full exposition and justification of... "
Considerations on Representative Government - Page 98
by John Stuart Mill - 1861 - 340 pages
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Het constitutioneel koningschap

Stewart John Tour van Bellinchave - 1864 - 150 pages
...ontwikkelen. 2; John Stuart Mill , Considerations on represeutative government , London 1861, bl. 104. Instead of the function of governing, for which it...office of a representative assembly is to watch and contrul the government. voelen , maar dat ieder burger tot hare instandhouding moet medewerken. Hoe...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 6

Congregationalism - 1866
...view by men who are to continue in office for the term of five years as a Commission of Codification. Instead of the function of governing, for which it...assembly is to watch and control the government, to give publicity to its acts, to compel justification if they are considered questionable, to censure...
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The Boston Review, Volume 6

Congregationalism - 1866
...view by men who are to continue in office for the term of five years as a Commission of Codification. Instead of the function of governing, for which it is radically unfit, the proper office of a rpnrpsfmtat.i'vp nssfimhlv is tn watch and rrmtrol th.« itrnvprn582 Political Writings of [October,...
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On Parliamentary Government in England: Its Origin, Development ..., Volume 1

Alpheus Todd - Constitutional history - 1867
...function of governing, for which,' says Mill,' ' such an assembly is radically unfit, its proper office is to watch and control the government ; to throw...exposition and justification of all of them which anyone considers questionable ; to censure them if found to merit condemnation ; and if the men who...
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Upper Canada Law Journal, Volume 3

Law - 1867
...function of governing, for which," says Mill,j; ' such an assembly is radically unfit, its proper office is to watch and control the government ; to throw the light of publicitj- on its acts; to compel a full exposition and justification of all of them which any one...
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De leer der volkssouvereiniteit: in hare ontwikkeling, aanbeveling en ...

Bernard Cornelis Johannes Loder - Social contract - 1873 - 235 pages
...verbonden met het wezen van den representatieven staat. Ten eerste de verdeeling van de macht. Wie alle which it is radically unfit, the proper office of...representative assembly is to watch and control the government. On Repres. Gov. 1867. p. 42. — Zie ook de schoone woorden van Fonfrède: »La liberté n'est pas...
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Considerations on Representative Government

John Stuart Mill - Representative government and representation - 1875 - 365 pages
...of the function of governing, for which is radically unfit, the proper office of a representative V, assembly is to watch and control the government ;...a full exposition and justification of all of them any one considers questionable ; to censure them if found condemnable, and, if the men who compose...
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Jurisprudence, Law and Ethics: Professional Ethics

Edgar Benton Kinkead - Jurisprudence - 1905 - 381 pages
...to draw a bill would be imperative. "Mill also said: 'The proper office of a representative active Assembly is to watch and control the government; to throw the light of publicity on its acts; and in addition to this, to be at once the nation's Committee of Grievances and its Congress of Opinions;...
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Considerations on Representative Government

John Stuart Mill - Political science - 1919 - 141 pages
...labour and special study and experience; while the most important liberty of the nation, that of bemg governed only by laws assented to by its elected representatives,...unfit, the proper office of a representative assembly js to watch and control the government: to throw the light of publicity on its acts : to compel a full...
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Personnel Administration: Its Principles and Practice

Ordway Tead, Henry Clayton Metcalf - Personnel management - 1920 - 538 pages
...its own vote, but to take care that the persons who have to decide them shall be the proper persons." "Instead of the function of governing, for which it...acts; to compel a full exposition and justification. «f all of them which anyone considers questionable 'v/J There is a tendency all too frequently met...
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