|SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS||xi|
|CHAPTER 1. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS||15|
|§1. General view of the subject||15|
|§2. Ends that ought to be kept in view in a code of regulations
relative to this head||17|
|§3. Of Political Bodies in general||20|
|§4. Of Permanent Bodies||22|
|§5. Division of the Legislative Body into two assemblies||24|
|CHAPTER II. OF PUBLICITY||29|
|§1. Reasons for Publicity||29|
|§2. Objections to Publicity||34|
|§3. Objects to which Publicity ought to extend||38|
|§4. Exceptions to the rule of Publicity||39|
|§6. State of things in England||41|
|CHAPTER III. OF THE PLACE OF MEETING AND ITS
|§1. Of the Building suitable for a numerous assembly||44|
|§3. Description of a Table of Motions 49|
|§4. On a Table of Regulations 50|
|CHAPTER IV. OF WHAT CONCERNS THE MEMBERS
PRESENT AT A LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 51|
|§1. Of the utility of a Distinctive Dress for Members||51|
|§2. Of the manner of placing the Members, and of a Rostrum
for the Orators||52|
|§3. Of the hours of business, fixed or free||55|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Political Tactics.
Contributors: Michael James - Editor, Cyprian Blamires - Editor, Catherine Pease-Watkin - Editor.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: vii.
This material is protected by copyright and, with the exception of fair use, may
not be further copied, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means.