The House of Commons and Monarchy
This book discusses the assemblance of the House of Common which formed by, and essentially part of, an aristocratic state. It contains the explanation of the history of the name "House of Commons", how the institution arose from the reformation, the nature of an aristocratic state, the basis of parliaments must be oligarchies which only work as aristocracies, the aristocratic character of the state, the aristocratic spirit, the disappearance of aristocratic spirit, the background why the House of Commons connot be reformed from within, and the fact that the House of Common is not to be saved by a play upon words.
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