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A MONTHLY REVIEW
EDITED BY JAMES KNOWLES.
No. 94, DECEMBER 1884.
I. Imperial Federation from an Australian Point of View. By JOHN
901 V. The Black Death in East Anglia. By the Rev. Dr. JESSOPP .
915 VI. Proportional versus Majority Representation. By ALBERT Grer, M.P. 935 VII. English Songs : Ancient and Modern, By Dr. Charles MACKAY 965 VIII. Mission Women. By Lady GEORGE HAMILTON .
984 IX. Something better than Emigration. By H. M. HYNDMAN
991 X. The Democratic Victory in America. By WM. HENRY HURLBERT 999 XI. Conservative and Liberal Finance. By EDWARD CLARKE, Q.C., M.P.
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No. XCIV.- DECEMBER 1884.
FROM AN AUSTRALIAN POINT OF VIEI.
The question of Imperial Federation has never been raised in a fiper vein of patriotic feeling than it was by Lord Rosebery at Aberdeen in an address which he delivered to the Trades Union Conference. He assumed that leading statesmen were giving their attention to the subject as one which must be discussed before long, and he arrived at the conclusion that those who professed to lead opinion in this matter must take the people into their confidence. If there really was to be federation, it involved immense constitutional changes, and a basis of action must be found for this in the wishes and the reasonable conclusions of the people themselves, of the
many who feel, as well as of the few who have to think and devise. He declined to specify or to dogmatise how it was to be done, but he asserted that the more immediate unification of the outlying portions of the empire with the central system of government is expedient, and even necessary, if the British Empire is to perpetuate its existence in correspondence with its achievements in the past. To do this the federal principle must be recognised, and he declared for union on that principle.
The Imperial Federatists are, if I understand aright, influenced in the first place by a hope that they may re-create a united empire on a grander and more substantial footing than the present one; and in the next place they think that the empire will thus be prevented Vol. XVI.-No. 94.