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2 s. , 6 March I904, ibid. , I2 June I9I3, ibid. Dicey to Jacob, 6 September I909, Working Men's College MSS. Albert Venn Dicey, "The Balance of Classes," pp. 67-84. Dicey to Bryce, Is September I 9 I 7, Bryce Papers. Ambition Denied, r86r-r882 ments he disapproved, his identification with the Whig element in the Liberal party stronger, and his estrangement from modem politics more complete. In the Essays on Reform Dicey reaffirmed his faith in individualism by denying that a balance of class interests was preferable to representation of individuals.

73· Dicey to Holmes, 28 September 1881, Holmes Papers. d. 1879, Bryce Papers. Dicey to Holmes, 22 July 1879, Holmes Papers. Holmes to Bryce, I7 August 1879, Bryce Papers. Dicey to Holmes, 19 January 188o, Holmes Papers. 43 The Rule of Law law treatises published during the I 87os won him election as Vinerian Professor of English Law at Oxford. This position, which would almost certainly preclude his other interests, was now his to accept. To this point Dicey's life had consisted of reacting to influences upon him; the Vinerian Chair offered him the opportunity to influence the lives of others.

Its intricacies had given rise to the art of special pleading, already synonymous with unfair argument. This procedural disorder posed a fitting challenge to test his analytical talents. The topic suited admirably his goal of extracting a small number of essential rules from a mass of conflicting opinions. " 30 The result was rr8 rules carefully delineated through a statement of the rule accompanied by supporting cases, then the exceptions to the rules with their relevant cases. From the numerous discordant cases confronting the lawyer, Dicey provided a compendium of the law simply stated, then appended the citations on which he based his conclusions.

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