Political Tactics

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ENDNOTES

Note: The endnotes draw attention to significant discrepancies between the present text
and the 1816 edition of 'Tactique des assemblées politiques delibérantes'; variations and
additions in the 1822 edition are also noted. See the Editorial Introduction, p.xxxviii above.

In the first column, the first figure refers to the page number(s), the second figure to line
number(s): hence 15, 17 refers to page 15, line 17.

15, 17 nuire au
16, 14 plusieurs
16, 16 Les élus
16, 20 actuellement
16, 25conditions
16, 27moins attachés au maintien de l'ordre établi,
16, 39peuvent avoir des intérêts particuliers et faire des lois contre l'intérêt général.
16, 40 1822ia majorité
16, 47l'autorité des électeurs sur leurs députés,
16, 49 1822adds Il y a trois autres conditions nécessaires pour constituer un
gouvernement représentatif: la publicité des séances, la liberté de la presse, et
le droit de pétition
.
17, 11les unes.
17, 16bien
17, 26Longueurs.
17, 33 fond.
18, 16 Longueurs.
18, 18 longueurs,
18, 19 longueurs
18, 21dans rordre judiciaire.
18, 22 longueurs
19, 2n'ont même que trop de tendance
19, 5n'est qu'un assemblage
19, 19justesse
19, 24Décision vicieuse par rédaction.
Une rédaction vicieuse est celle qui pèche non par le fond, mais par la forme
;
19, 30addsJe renvoie les lecteurs à ce qui a été dit sur le stile des lois, dans les Traités
de législation
. T.1, p.341.1
19, 31Décision vicieuse par le fond.
19, 38son vœu est de conformer sea décisions à l'utilité publique,
20, 12depuis le commencement de ses opérations jusqu'à leurs derniers résultats;
20, 13de sa police
20, 24au lieu de s'affoiblir et de s'embarrasser par le nombre,
20, 28le despotisme ou le démagogisme.
20, 38Corps politique
20, 40des métaphores,
21, 3assemblée,
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1
For the chapter entitled Du style des Lois, see Traités de législation, i. 361-70 (not 341).

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