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Extra resources for Newspaper Writings -- Part 3 (Collected Works of John Stuart Mill - Vol. 24)
Various plans have been proposed for so improving the composition of the Upper House that it shall no longer make a practice of thwarting all the popular measures of the Lower. The fast is, a large creation of Peers. But this seems to be at length generally given up. It would swell the house to a bulk altogether unsuitable for deliberation; and as the new members would, from the very moment of their elevation, be placed in exactly the same misleading position as their predecessors, the remedy would have to be repeated at every new advance of the public mind, and would therefore be altogether nugatory.
I, pp. 150-91. where they appear in Note V (Wakefield uses "Note" rather than "Chapter"), "Political Prospects of the English," which in full runs from p. 135 to p. 208. 13"Reception of the Reform Bill," pp. 70-1 (extracted from England and America, Vol. I, pp.
On the ftrst introduction of your plan it would, no doubt, if the Whigs remain in office, effect the desired change in the politics of the body. The Tories would indeed have a large majority of the hundred representative Peers; but a still larger majority, or the whole of the Peers for life, named by a Whig ministry, would of course be Whigs. Suppose, however, either of two things: It is generally believed that the Tories, now and at all times, are only prevented from making a fresh trial of the people's patience by their own conviction that the opportunity would be of no service to them.